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Tired of Apologizing For a Church I Don't Belong to

Tired of Apologizing For a Church I Dont Belong to
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Tired of Apologizing For a Church I Don't Belong to

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The popular preacher and public intellectual Lillian Daniel continues to take on the "Spiritual but Not Religious" individuals and shows Christians how to reach them.

Sloppy talk about Christianity has become an acceptable prejudice. TIRED OF APOLOGIZING FOR A CHURCH I DON'T BELONG TO provides humorous yet knowledgeable commentary on the way religion is talked about today. Daniel explains Christian ideas and practices in non-academic, yet non-facile terms. In her signature style, she outlines four types of non-church-goers: no-longer, no-way, never-have, not-yet. With experiential insight from over a decade as a pastor, she explains how churches of all denominations and doctrines can provide them enlightened rigor, reasons for belief, and authentic religious community. No one should have to check their brain at the door of the church, she says, and churches must deal with present-day issues and be intellectually open, inviting people to bring questions, rather than dispensing old, easy answers.

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The popular preacher and public intellectual Lillian Daniel continues to take on the "Spiritual but Not Religious" individuals and shows Christians how to reach them.

Sloppy talk about Christianity has become an acceptable prejudice. TIRED OF APOLOGIZING FOR A CHURCH I DON'T BELONG TO provides humorous yet knowledgeable commentary on the way religion is talked about today. Daniel explains Christian ideas and practices in non-academic, yet non-facile terms. In her signature style, she outlines four types of non-church-goers: no-longer, no-way, never-have, not-yet. With experiential insight from over a decade as a pastor, she explains how churches of all denominations and doctrines can provide them enlightened rigor, reasons for belief, and authentic religious community. No one should have to check their brain at the door of the church, she says, and churches must deal with present-day issues and be intellectually open, inviting people to bring questions, rather than dispensing old, easy answers.

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Meet the Author

Lillian Daniel

Lillian Daniel (D.Min., Hartford Seminary, New Haven, CT) is the senior minister of First Congregational Church, Glen Ellyn, Illinois, and a host of the Chicago-based television program "30 Good Minutes." She is also the author of Tell It Like It Is: Reclaiming the Practice of Testimony and This Odd and Wondrous Calling: The Public and Private Lives of Two Ministers with Martin B. Copenhaver
Koorong -Editorial Review.

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  • Catalogue Code 452507
  • Product Code 9781455595891
  • ISBN 1455595896
  • EAN 9781455595891
  • Pages 208
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Faithwords
  • Publication Date Sep 2016
  • Sales Rank #12213
  • Dimensions 215 x 152 x 19 mm
  • Weight 0.326kg

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