The Next Reformation Is Here
REconstructing Our DEconstructed Faith
Now that we’ve left the Church, it’s time to find the GOD Jesus knew.
Somewhere between leaving the Church and finding GOD there is a kind of wasteland of hurting, angry, searching, wandering, non- to semi-religious nomads—millions of us now—trying to figure out who we are, what we now believe, and perhaps most importantly, what we don’t believe anymore.
Some of us are Agnostic now; some of us are just done with religion altogether and prefer the idea of Atheism. Some of us are somewhere else. I wouldn’t begin to know what the breakdown of the numbers are, I don’t know that anyone could even concoct a survey that would be able to accurately figure this out.
What we do know is that what the Church left behind are millions of kind, caring, thoughtful people now struggling with what and who to believe, and not believe.
Right now our views, beliefs, understandings, and faiths are all over the board. Some of us still hold out some belief in the Bible while others of us have junked the Church’s Bible altogether.
Some of us still “believe in” Jesus, or perhaps better stated, “the Church’s Jesus”, while others of us don’t care if Jesus was a demigod or just a kind and gentle loving soul who ended up on the wrong side of the Sadducees. (Ransacking the Temple court with a whip tends to do that.)
I was one of those who left the Church over a decade ago. But little did I know that when I left the Church, it wasn’t to leave GOD behind. Rather, looking back, it really seemed it was the Spirit of GOD leading me out of the Pagan (Gentile) Christian Church so that I could finally find GOD without all of the Church’s bogus beliefs and Pagan nonsense getting in the way.
An Exodus of Biblical Proportions
The irrefutable fact is that the mainstream modern Christian Church is imploding. Millions of us have left the Church and we are never going back to it—as least not as long as the current crop of “Evangelical” Nimrods are at the helm.
I use the term “Nimrod” because tradition holds that he was the ignoramus who attempted to build the…