This riveting new collection offers testimonies of former fundamentalists who became disillusioned with their churches and left. Presenting more than two dozen personal journeys, this book gives a clear picture of what attracts a person to the fundamentalist faith and what can drive believers away from their religion. Photos throughout.
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About the Author
Edward T. Babinski writes for The Secular Web (www.infidels.org), and he has blogs at edward-t-babinski.blogspot.com/ and debunkingchristianity.blogspot.com/. He can also be found on YouTube at youtube.com/user/edwardtbabinski.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Personal stories of people who suffered in fundamentalists churches and how they finally left. These are split into four main sections: fundamentalists who moved on to other Christian churches, fundamentalists who are now adherents of non-Christian spiritualities, fundamentalists who are now agnostics, and fundamentalists who are now atheists. There are also critiques of fundamentalism scattered throughout. Prometheus Books can sometimes be a little heavy handed when dealing with religion, but I found these stories very moving. If you're a recovering fundamentalists, or a fundamentalist who is beginning to seriously question your faith, I recommend this book.