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Losing Your Religion: Moving from Superficial Routine to Authentic Faith
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If you have ever dug through trash to find beauty, then you'll understand what Chuck Bomar is doing in Losing Your Religion. Dig with him through the trash of your Pharisaism and you will experience the pain of discovering how much religion runs your life. Keep digging and you will experience the joyous freedom of becoming who God has already made us to be.
_Gerry Breshears, Professor of Theology at Western Seminary in Portland, OR.
Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant stuff. The phrase 'paradigm-shift' comes to mind. In Losing Your Religion, Bomar offers us an exit ramp from the tired, worn out, inauthentic, anticreative freeway of religion. But he doesn't stop here. He pushes and pulls us back to the way of Jesus - the life-giving, healing, kingdom way of life that we're all craving. It's not always an easy road, but Bomar's voice is there to guide us one paragraph at a time."
- John Mark Comer, author of Loveology and pastor for teaching and vision at Bridgetown: a Jesus church, in Portland, OR
This book grabbed me by the chin and made me look deep into its eyes as if Jesus were trying to get my attention. It worked. From beginning to end, Losing Your Religion made me desire again a real, honest relationship with Christ - for me, my kids, and my church! It provides a bold and practical roadmap for deconstructing faith grown old and rebuilding it into a thing of freedom and beauty. I'll come back to the biblical truths here over and over again.
_Ron Merrell, Teaching Pastor, Heights Church
A convicting book full of invitation, Chuck is writing about what he has personally been living and helps us trade in our religion for the genuine article of life changing faith that God has created for us to live in, with and by.
_Rick McKinley Imago Dei Commmunity Portland Oregon, Author of This Beautiful Mess
Chuck Bomar gives practical guidance on how to make sure we have not subtly missed the joy and vibrant life of what it means to follow Jesus. If anyone wonders if they might be following Christianity but not following Christ, this book can change everything for you.
_Dan Kimball, author of They Like Jesus But Not The Church --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
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