If you think the only logical response to bad Christianity is to
leave Christianity completely, this book is for you. In an effort
to help those who've been hurt by or turned off by negative
religion, Martin Thielen explains that there is an alternative to
abandoning religion: good religion. Thielen uses personal stories
to illustrate the dangers of religion that is judgmental,
anti-intellectual, and legalistic. While addressing the growth of
the new atheism movement and the "Nones" (people that have no
religious affiliation), this book argues that leaving religion is
not practical, not helpful, and not necessary. Thielen provides
counterparts to the characteristics of bad religion, explaining
that good religion is grace-filled, promotes love and forgiveness,
and is inclusive and hope-filled. This study is perfect for
individual, group, or congregational study.
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