TWO WAYS TO LOSE YOUR FAITH
About the Book
Two Ways to Lose Your Faith is a book that reevaluates traditional Christian theology as well as the discipline known as philosophy of religion—which deals with the “big questions.” This book is not a warning of how one can lose their faith or a book that will make you lose your faith. Rather, it is a book that stresses the importance of reevaluating your faith. If we still live believing what we believed in Sunday school, it shows that we have not grown in our understanding of what we believe. St. Paul once wrote, “When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child, but when I became a man I put away childish things,”—and I would add childish beliefs. In this book, the author will walk you through the process of reevaluating your faith so that you can grow up into what your faith can be now.
About the Author
Rev. Dr. Richard E. Kuykendall holds a bachelor of arts degree, a master of divinity degree, and a doctor of ministry degree. He has been a minister for more than thirty years, serving in a number of locations in California. At the last three churches he served, he conducted a program called Spiritwind—a study group for spiritual adventurers, where he led those who attended into “the exotic realms of the Spirit.” After his retirement, he continued his Spiritwind program at Unity of Auburn, California. Kuykendall is also the author of Prophetess of the Earth, Even Witches Have Names, A Dishwasher’s Diary, The Dream Life of Jesus, and A Curmudgeon’s Commentary on the Book of Revelation.