Around the beginning of 2017, I read the first of several books that would change my worldview forever: Reason, Religion, and the Trinion Contradictions by David Robertson.
In my last deconversion entry, I discussed the events that led to my wife and I leaving the Pentecostal/charismatic world altogether and entering the reformed Baptist world.
For the past several weeks, I've been detailing the account of my deconversion here on http://www.formerfaith.com.
Thanks again for taking time to read my deconversion story. I hope that something I said has helped.
Hello again! This is part two of my deconversion story. I'm including a bit of life history to give a foundation to my leaving Christianity in early 2017.
I've been thinking about putting my story to paper for a while now...even before I left the faith.
When I first decided to leave the Christian faith, I didn't intend on becoming an atheist.
I remember several years ago when my wife and I left the United Pentecostal Church. It all began when we started to question some of the church’s core doctrines. On the surface, the UPC had an array of dogmas that seemed to be firmly rooted in Scripture.