The Christian Atheist has ratings and reviews. Greg said: Meet Craig Groeschel, he regularly breaks 40% of the Ten Commandments:Craig heart. The Christian Atheist. Believing in God but Living Like He Doesn’t Exist. Take an honest moment and ask the question: am I putting my whole faith in God but still. Craig Groeschel. Zondervan pp., $ Buy The Christian Atheist: Believing in God but Living As If He Doesn’t. Current Issue.

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You read so much about His wrath. Groeschel asserts that while we may very well be Christians we often conduct our lives and especially our inadequacies as if we were athiests. Spoke to my heart all the way through. It has a catchy title and a topic that I’m passionate about.

Should we put chrisgian first by giving away all our possessions to them? It is also for privileged, middle-class white people who really don’t have all that much to worry about in the first place.

We are all sinners but we are still part of the body of Christ. And with time, after getting to know Him, I will form more of a personal relationship with Him. Jun 24, Josh rated atheizt did not like it.

Know therefore that the Lord your God chrlstian God; He is the faithful God, keeping His covenant of love to a thousand generations of those who love Him grkeschel keep His commandments. I imagine that when Craig Groeschel dies, he will be standing in front of the Throne of Judgment, and God will look at him and say, “Craig, do you know how many people you pushed away from Me with your ministry?

Believing in God can’t stop there, the key takeaway for me is that there are so many elements that come with this that we tend to overlook but we need in order to live a true God-dedicated life.

I barely sat the book down from the initiation of the read to completion. With a mixture of humor, personal memoir, experience, and solid biblical instruction, Groeschel walks us through the many ways in which we are not living like we truly believe in the God who cares and is groescel.


Did you miss the parts about not having ostentatious faith, or only sharing certain things with me–like what a person should and should not call groeschhel This humble pastor Craig Groeschel knows exactly what it’s like living comfortably and acting like though he believes in God it seemed as if He didn’t exist in his life.

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Essentially, the author explains for each topic of “disconnection,” how professing Christians act more like an atheist than a faithful believer. He got the point across every time, but took a long time to do so. View all comments. If you are being honest in this book it means you are a thief in the past, if you are laying in this book it means you are a thief now, and in either case you are using religion as a means to make yourself rich.

What part of the teaching had the most impact on you? Believing in Him must lead to knowing Him. Groeschel uses several anecdotes from his own life to explore such weighty topics as craug, love, prayer, worry, and evangelism.

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Such people claim they know God, but they deny Him by the way they live. Whenever someone relies too heavily on a major “conversion experience” in adulthood as proof of faith, and always, alwaysbeing saved by a prayer alone, I quickly get suspicious. I can accept I’m making compromises, but sort of pragmatically refuse to do anything about it none of us are perfect after all an I definitely believe in God and I definitely have set limits on where God is and is not welcome in my life and how far he can go!

While the rest of the book is fairly white bread standard Christian self-help stuff, for me, it was worth reading for just the three chapters that I thought had a little something more. So many people believe in God but they do not know Him Titus 1: Harper Collins- Religion – pages.


A must read for those who are seeking to follow Jesus in this American culture. There is very little here that’s new. They follow the same structure chapter after chapter, starting with a story, then moving on to some kind of lesson, then failing to live up to that lesson, then another story, and then you arrive at some kind of final understanding told in lame, christian jargon.

Maybe your spiritual life needs a tune up. I believe in God, know Him intimately, and serve Him wholeheartedly.

If you’re like me, this book will read like a thousand knives piercing your heart. I have just finished rereading this book.

Through the whole book I was nodding my head and saying “that’s me, that’s me, that’s me”. Church has grown over the cbristian, its mission remains the same: Return to Book Page. Vil anbefale alle kristne venner og lese denne. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The writing style was easy to understand but yet incredibly challenging.

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You have stolen by continuing to take peoples money in your Ponzi scheme of faith; Commandment number 3, Thou shall not make wrongful use of the name of your God: To demonstrate how sin can seem fun at first or even while we’re committing it but leaves a huge mess, Groeschel tells the story of one of his kids sneaking onto a zip-line.

I’d probably only give the rest For about the first seven chapters of this book, I was completely unimpressed. Many believers have been challenged by this question.

Message Part 1 Closing. You may wish to read each passage twice to give everyone groeschfl to listen and respond.