Are you deconstructing your Christian beliefs and feeling overwhelmed? Here is a book that can guide you through the process.
David D’Andre grew up in an evangelical environment as the son of a Baptist minister. After graduating from Bible College, he worked in various positions in the church and was a full-time missionary. He has also taught Bible courses at a Christian University.
David began to question his beliefs during his graduate studies at Temple University and doctoral work at Yale University. After razing his entire belief system to the ground, he spent several years searching for a new approach to spirituality.
TULIP examines the principal doctrines of Calvinism that underpin much of contemporary evangelical beliefs. It provides a detailed discussion in lay person’s terms, of each aspect, and a general survey of the debate about its central issues down through the centuries until the present day.
TULIP analyzes the toxic nature of these beliefs, and the ways in which recent prominent defectors from the Church have wrestled with them. It also analyzes the detrimental effects these beliefs have on one’s view of self and on the dynamics of one’s intimate relationships. David includes a candid discussion of these with intimate examples from his personal life.
This book will help its readers sort out their lingering questions on crucial faith issues and resolve residual fears about the nature of the divine and eternal destiny. Above all, it will help its readers work through their healing process, and start enjoying a life that is rich in emotional freedom, joy and inner peace.
Read TULIP and take a giant step in your emancipation!