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Why I’m Leaving Christianity

Why I'm Leaving Christianity Here are a number of reasons I’m leaving Christianity. You might be discouraged that most of these are just my thoughts and opinions of the current state of “Christianity” and isn’t going to incorporate much Scripture, but I have other studies focused on church issues that use Scripture.[1] The purpose of this post is unlike my others. It’s just a soapbox. Some of these are going to sound the same. Perhaps I’m beating a dead horse, but that’s what Christianity is—a dead horse. Brief Introduction I’ve attended Fundamentalist Baptist churches, Charismatic Churches, Seventh-Day Adventist churches, Catholic funerals; I’ve been to Gospel-Hall Brethren meetings; I’ve been part of an Anabaptist church-plant failure as a teaching elder; I’ve been part of a praise and worship team, and helped establish campus ministries; I’ve contemplated attending seminary, missions work; I’ve lead “soul winning” groups; I’ve led people through prayers; I’ve baptized; I’ve gone

The Great Commission

The Great Commission Assembling Here are two simple truths forgotten by Christianity that must shape how we assemble. Jesus said, "But be not ye called Rabbi: for one is your Master, even Christ; and all ye are brethren"[1] Jesus said, "For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them"[2] Look around. Don't you see a deviation from these two simple guidelines and commands? Masses of people meet to listen to a man they've titled "Pastor," "Teacher," "Reverend," and, or, "Minister." A lot of these men have earned titles like "Doctor" or "Master" from their seminaries for the purpose of entering a career as a certified professional. But all of this mustn't be if we're listening to Jesus, our one Master--our one Teacher. Are you aware that the assembling of two Christ-followers together is an assembly? Many Christians wouldn't agree. But I ask why be c