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CONFESSIONS OF A RECOVERING EVANGELICAL
The fastest growing religious group in America are the "Nones". They experience alienation and frustration with traditional evangelical Christianity and are leaving the pews in large numbers. Some are traumatized by the transition from a rigid religious world view to a more humanistic and open one. They seek out others that experience the same frustrations and are willing to share their stories. For many this is an ongoing stress and problem in their lives due to parental and family pressures. Sometimes they are even persecuted and harassed by their former friends and family. Finding a "safe place" to learn and grow in a new expression of faith is important for this group.
Confessions of a Recovering Evangelical highlights this journey in an intimate and personal way that creates that safe place for others to learn, grieve, grow and emerge into a new, more authentic faith. It is a compassionate, but no-holds barred, conversation about how the Evangelical and Christian Nationalist movement in the U.S. threatens our culture and democracy. It is hopeful, joyful, but also straight-forward in identifying how Evangelical belief and practices harm individuals and society. But ultimately, Confessions of a Recovering Evangelical provides a vision for moving on to a more humanistic and spiritual way of being.