Reasoning--Born-Again Christian to Atheist

Reasoning--Born-Again Christian to Atheist

by Terry Grant

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We often hear about people who find themselves drawn to another religion as they go through life. Perhaps not as often are stories about those who found atheism, especially later in life. Author Terry Grant’s Reasoning—Born-Again Christian to Atheist is his explanation of his path to congenial atheism. Raised in a mildly Christian family, he became an agnostic after finishing college. He then became a born-again Christian before marrying a Catholic. But his journey wasn’t complete. He shares how, on retirement, his experiences brought him to evaluate the phases of life and the lifetime of questions that keep appearing and the importance of reasoning. Grant explains his transition to a place of clarity, peace, and contentment for the first time in his life. He walks through the reasoning process of his findings, suppositions, and conclusions that reasoned his transition to congenial atheist. In Reasoning—Born-Again Christian to Atheist you’ll discover how his transition brought the author peace, contentment, and a clear understanding of how this process fits in today’s world and events.

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ISBN-13: 9781532069307
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 04/24/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 50
File size: 321 KB

About the Author

Terry Grant taught elementary and high school for forty years, and ethical living was his underlying foundation and curriculum. He has always needed to understand the how and why of almost everything. He lives with the understanding of life through explainable rules of reasoning and scientific analysis. Grant is now free of the frustrations life’s questions continuously present to him on his plate of life, with and without religion.

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