God Without Religion

  • by Andrew Farley
  • Narrated by Maurice England
  • 6 hrs and 27 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

God without religion? Andrew Farley’s experience as a Christian was first characterized by self-effort as he tried to please God at any cost. His ruthless religion resulted in spiritual fatigue and disillusionment with church. Only then did he discover what relaxing in Jesus means and how enjoying God’s intimate presence can transform everyday life. Using a story-driven format, God without Religion dismantles common religious misconceptions, revealing:

a hopeful approach to what unites us rather than what divides us
the true meaning of walking by the Spirit
the facts about judgment, rewards, and God’s discipline
the problem with the popular challenge to “die to self”

Pulling no punches, Andrew shows how the truth about these controversial issues can liberate and unify believers as we discover how to rest in the unconditional love of God.


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A Must Read For All Who Follow Christ

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This book will help all those who believe the Bible is the inspired word of God, but struggle to live a life being perfected by Him. It simplifies much of the conflicts among different Christian theologies. It is all about Him who loves us!

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- Pure Integrity

worth a listen

There will be many who will be offended by the contents of this book before understanding what it is attempting to be stated.

This book is about what the Bible says we are to be as true Christians, and separating that from some of the man-made theologies that have made their way into the churches.

For example, are we better Christians because we serve as Deacons in our local church? Do our attitudes about service reflect God's forgiveness, or are they about earning rewards? Am I a non-Christian because I don't attend church every week? Or, am I just less of a Christian because of this? What was church like in Jesus's day? Did they meet every week to worship? How did Jesus tell us to worship him, and do our churches look like that?

Other thoughts: How many sins have I committed? How many sins have I asked God to forgive? Does God forgive all of my sins, or must I confess my sins to be forgiven?

These are the kinds of questions this book explores....

It is a reminder for those of us who's identity is wrapped up in our church, and may need a reminder about God's love and purpose for those who are not in the church today. Can believers be saved without a denomination? Are they saved if they believe in Christ but don't attend church?

There are many good explorations if you can be open to hearing them...

Ironically, however, the presentation of this book is about as 'churchy' and 'slick' as you can imagine (catchy titles for each chapter announced with a musical sidebar).
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- Aaron

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-01-2011
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio