Several years ago, Kris Komarnitsky wrote a book questioning what happened between Jesus’ crucifixion and his supposed resurrection. Was there an explanation that didn’t require invoking anything supernatural?
The Kindle version of that book, Doubting Jesus’ Resurrection: What Happened in the Black Box?, is currently available for free on Amazon:
For a while, nothing was going right in Cheryl Abram‘s life. The God she had put her faith in was doing absolutely nothing for her.
So she got rid of Him.
It’s not that her life suddenly got better, but a huge weight was lifted off her shoulders.
She writes about it in her book Firing God (Non-Duality Press, 2014):
In the excerpt below, Abram talks about the time just before she decided to take a leap of doubt:
Occasionally, you see books written by Christian apologists on Amazon’s atheism section. It’s not a glitch. The category isn’t for books promoting atheism; it’s for books about atheism.
That’s why it puts a smile on my face to see what’s at the top of the Creationism section’s list of bestsellers:
My friend Dan Riley wrote a book a while back called Generation Atheist. It’s a collection of true stories about people who transitioned from godly to godless.
For the rest of the week (through Saturday), the book is free on Kindle. I urge you to get your copy now if you haven’t already!