Why I Repented Being Christian
K Godfrey Easter
Why I Repented Being Christian presents a provocative journey of one ex-gay believer’s desperate search for the authentic light of truth that all four gospels insist should brightly shine from any religion that calls on the Name of Christ. But this clarion call is not about religion, but reality.
Most believers give shepherds the benefit of the doubt that they walk uprightly before God and that they always have the best interests of their sheep at heart. This is the divine assignment of any gifted shepherd. But, as Hebrew Scripture, the Gospels and today’s news headlines all unanimously agree, even the most gifted pastors can belong to Satan.
Utilizing the pure Gospel as its canvas, Why I Repented Being Christian draws chilling comparisons between the prevailing voice resounding from some of the most influential pastors today and the religious heretics that mercilessly crucified Christ.
As absolutely everything in nature today excruciatingly groans in prophetic agony for authentic Kingdom representation, WIRBC unearths the bigotry, spellbinding manipulation, entrenched bullying and long-term emotional abuse lurking beneath the welcoming smiles of Christian shepherds, dripping each Sunday morning with practiced sincerity.
WIRBC is not about anger, bitterness, or disrespectfully lashing out at a highly influential religious institution. This provocative journey simply presents one ex-gay believer’s desperate search for the authentic light of truth that all four Gospels insist should brightly shine from any religion calling on the Name of Christ. But this clarion call isn’t about religion, either. WIRBC is about reality.