God Is Not on Your Side, but that is good news Understanding why and discovering what the application of this truth means for each of our lives is quite the adventure. This sixteen-week book study has been written for the purpose of encouraging the individual to explore the topics and themes of God Is Not on Your Side in a group setting. It is an excellent curriculum for group Bible study, written with a focus on those who have been actively involved in church for some time or maybe have recently stopped attending church after being involved for many years. God Is Not on Your Side begins with the author's testimony as an individual who believed he was a follower of Jesus living a Christian life, but one day came to realize he was actually far from God. From this humble place, the reader is then invited on a journey of self-reflection and revelation; evaluating not only personal belief but external influences that have had a significant impact on the American Christian Church. What is discovered challenges one to compare commonly accepted cultural norms and the worldview of Christians in the American Christian Church against Biblical truth. The Christian life is not one of theory alone. The truths conveyed in God Is Not on Your Side are best learned and lived out in community. May you enjoy the journey.
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