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Publisher's Summary

Once an Atheist Forever a Christian (My Journey Out of Darkness) is a compelling personal story of how God can rescue anyone out of the deepest pits of depression and restore their lives to a meaningful purpose. Join the author and:


Relive the childhood experiences and tragedies that molded her beliefs.
Learn how the death of her brother robbed her of loving parents.
Discover how a violent father created a house of fear.
Learn what caused her to become an atheist.
See how God used her 4 year old son to deliver His message.
Learn how to dispel the atheistic logic.
At the end of this inspiring book you will be saying: Wow! God is Amazing! You'll want to share this book with a friend but especially anyone who is struggling to believe in the existence of God.
©2012 Frances P Robinson (P)2013 Frances P Robinson
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1 out of 5 stars
By Ben on 05-15-16

Predictable at best; dangerous at worst

The performance gives an excellent reading, though hearing this reader perform the phone book would have had more unexpected revelations. The story of a woman with a troubled childhood and a serious case of depression, "Once an Atheist" demonstrates the greatest potential harms religion can do: dissuade you from evidence based reasoning and encourage you to treat mental illness with placebos. Had the story presented a more interesting revelation (that community in a time of personal crisis can help one overcome serious mental anguish), it might have earned a higher rating. I was hoping for a compelling argument in favor of belief. What I got was the typical bashing of atheism and a dangerous message about how to respond to a crisis in mental health. I strongly recommend skipping this book.

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