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I am always interested in having people write guest posts for this site. If you are interested in writing a guest post, please use the contact form to email me. You can choose any subject. If you are a Christian, you can even write a post telling me how wrong I am about God, Christianity, and the Bible.

Have a story to tell about your life as Christian and subsequent deconversion? Testimonies are always welcome. I have found that readers really appreciate and enjoy reading posts about the journey of others away from Evangelicalism. Perhaps you are someone who has left Evangelicalism, but still believes in the existence of a deity/energy/higher power. Your story is welcome too.

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Bruce Gerencser, 63, lives in rural Northwest Ohio with his wife of 42 years. He and his wife have six grown children and thirteen awesome grandchildren. Bruce pastored Evangelical churches for twenty-five years in Ohio, Texas, and Michigan. Bruce left the ministry in 2005, and in 2008 he left Christianity. Bruce is now a humanist and an atheist. For more information about Bruce, please read the About page.

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      Bruce Gerencser

      Don’t put words in my mouth. Yes, I consider Evangelicalism to be a harmful, psychologically damaging, mind numbing system of belief that is, by default Fundamentalist. In its extremes, Evangelicalism is a cult. I can say all that without concluding Evangelicals evil; a term by the way, due to its religious baggage, I never use.

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    Veronica

    Evangelicals and evangelicalism are two different subjects.

    I was stating my perception of how evangelicals as a group of people are viewed on this blog. We are such a wide range of people that we cannot be lumped into one big negative group with any intellectual honesty. But that is your business.

    I agree with you that there are forms of all religions that extreme and harmful, and yes cult like. But again, there is such a wide range of evangelical churches that they cannot all be lumped into one big negative group with anyintellectual honesty. Again, that is your business.

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      Bruce Gerencser

      I contend you can’t separate the skunk from his smell.

      There are, of course, outliers, but I don’t have the time or energy necessary to constantly distinguish between flavors of ice cream. If the shoe fits, wear it. If it doesn’t, I’m not talking about you. I would also add that just because someone says they are an Evangelical doesn’t make them one. There are plenty of Evangelicals who are actually liberal/progressive Christians. I wish they would leave Evangelicalism, hastening its demise. Some of them naively think Evangelicalism can be saved. It can’t, as the 82% percent of white Evangelicals voted for Trump shows.

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      Brian Vanderlip

      Veronica states: “…I was stating my perception of how evangelicals as a group of people are viewed on this blog. We are such a wide range of people that we cannot be lumped into one big negative group with any intellectual honesty…”
      That’s quite humorous, Veronica. The intellectual honesty is lacking among those who are willing to be called evangelicals. Do you practice The Great Commission in your life as an evangelical? Is that what this is about, using the internet to be defensive about evangelicalism? Pray tell me about the bubble you live in? As I see it, evangelicals are dishonest in ignoring what the vast majority are up to in the world, the imperative job demanded by the faith, to spread the COVID, I mean, the gospel… 😉 How can you ignore your allegiance to the Trump agenda and please please tell me what that is exactly in your bubble?

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