The Christian Atheist: Believing in God but Living As If He Doesn’t Exist

November 11, 2018 - Comment

“The more I looked, the more I found Christian Atheists everywhere.” Former Christian Atheist Craig Groeschel knows his subject all too well. After over a decade of successful ministry, he had to make a painful self admission: although he believed in God, he was leading his church like God didn’t exist. To Christians and non-Christians

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“The more I looked, the more I found Christian Atheists everywhere.” Former Christian Atheist Craig Groeschel knows his subject all too well. After over a decade of successful ministry, he had to make a painful self admission: although he believed in God, he was leading his church like God didn’t exist. To Christians and non-Christians alike, to the churched and the unchurched, the journey leading up to Groeschel’s admission and the journey that follows—from his family and his upbringing to the lackluster and even diametrically opposed expressions of faith he encountered—will look and sound like the story of their own lives. Now the founding and senior pastor of the multicampus, pace-setting LiveChurch.tv, Groeschel personal journey toward a more authentic God-honoring life is more relevant than ever. Christians and Christian Atheists everywhere will be nodding their heads as they are challenged to take their own honest moment and ask the question: am I putting my whole faith in God but still living as if everything was up to me?

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Anonymous says:

Worth reading and discussing. I started reading this book as part of a class at church and enjoyed the book and discussion. It made me think about my Christian walk and where it is going.

Anonymous says:

5 starts for the Christian Atheist This is a great book by Craig. His style of writing makes it feel as if he’s having a conversation with you. Likes he’s preaching specifically to you. I can be having the worst day and all I need to do is pick up a Craig Groeschel book and I start to feel lifted. The Christian atheist makes so many valid points about believing in God when our lifestyles depict otherwise. Many times this book put me in check and really had me reevaluating a lot of my actions.

Anonymous says:

I Confess I confess. I am a Christian atheist. This book made me realize although I call myself a Christian, I have not fully surrendered my life to Christ. This is the catalyst that I needed to start me on my way to becoming a true Christian.

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