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I Left Church To Find God Paperback – November 15, 2013
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In an unexplained world, we find answers we need to give us inner peace" - Peter Hutchinson. Peter Hutchinson is the author of "I Left Church To Find God," "Revealed At Last," “Juanita Bynum What The Hell?” and “Infinite Opportunities.” He needed answers to events in his life. One was "Why did my 4 sisters and brother die in a house fire?" And "Why did my other sister die in a car crash?" As he began his journey trying to prove that God did not exist, Peter found that God provided situations to prove to him that not only did God exist, but He has angels walking about on earth helping people out. In his book "Revealed At Last" he shares incredible things that were revealed to him. Through extreme spiritual suffering and trauma he got to understand life in a way that can benefit others. What you will see in his writings is what he believes he was given to share with people. www.superfire702.com
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Another problem is condemning all churches. There are so many radically different denominations I'm amazed they are all even using the same book (the Bible). I could not possibly keep them all straight, but, yes, in my opinion, I will grant the author that most are indeed authoritarian/dictatorial. However, I think some others are Socratic, requiring a lot of participation, feedback, questioning, etc. Correct me if I'm wrong, but Mr. Hutchinson paints them all the same. Perhaps he is overgeneralizing his personal experiences upon a larger in-homogeneous set.
That said, I applaud the author's love of independent thinking and free thought. But think about it. If that is what you like, of course you will dislike Church. Independent people don't want anyone else's help. That is the definition of independence, is it not? Of course, if you go your own way, you will miss out on a big benefit of Church - communion, a word which means "fellowship between friends, to a community or society" or "an especially close relationship of Christians, as individuals or as a church, with God *and with other Christians*". Conspicuously, that word is not even in his book.