Christian Atheist: Belonging Without Believing

Front Cover
O-Books, Jun 24, 2011 - Religion - 131 pages
2 Reviews
Christian Atheist examines the growing religious phenomenon of those who are drawn to Christianity without accepting its metaphysical claims or dogma. Throughout the history of the Church there have been many people like this who have sat differently to the central creedal claims, but in the contemporary 'god delusion' culture, more are coming out to claim acceptance for their views. The key to the book is a set of interviews with people who fall broadly into the 'Christian Atheist' category; some are more agnostic and less sceptical than others, but what they have in common is the rejection of traditional belief in God, counterbalanced by an admiration for the aesthetic genius of Christianity (leading to a sense of deeper value), the Christian moral compass, and in some cases the community aspect of Christian life.

What people are saying - Write a review

Review: Christian Atheist: Belonging Without Believing

User Review  - Mmetevelis - Goodreads

Well written but a bit too pondering and exploratory for my taste. Should have relied more on his interview subjects and less on his own scattered thoughts. Read full review

Review: Christian Atheist: Belonging Without Believing

User Review  - Goodreads

Well written but a bit too pondering and exploratory for my taste. Should have relied more on his interview subjects and less on his own scattered thoughts. Read full review

Bibliographic information