So You Thought You Knew



So You Thought You Knew KINDLE X So You Thought You Knew X Author Joshua Tongol Girlnailart Tired Of Religion What If Almost Everything You Were Taught About Christianity Is Wrong Would You Give Up On Faith Altogether Or Is It Possible To Rediscover With Fresh Eyes A Richer And Satisfying Understanding Of God And Spirituality So You Thought You Knew Is A Refreshing Journey Written Straight From The Heart It S About Thinking Outside The Institutional Walls Of Christianity And Asking The Hard Questions It Boldly Says In Public What Many People Are Thinking In Private And Its Hilarious Stories And Life Changing Insights Will Inspire Those Who Are Dissatisfied With Fear Driven Religion But Believe Deep Down There S A Better Message Out There For The World To Hear

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 267 pages
  • So You Thought You Knew
  • Joshua Tongol
  • 18 April 2018

10 thoughts on “So You Thought You Knew

  1. Prakash Sharma says:

    AwesomeJoshua shared very practical experiences I don t think that the truth is easy to digest but I would definitely recommend this book to everyone out there, to read it with open mind and heart Stay unbiased and think seriously about God and Scriptures This b...

  2. Richard Lewis says:

    I loved this book It was a quick and fun read It was honest It was raw This book says a lot of things that many people are probably also feeling but don t think they are allowed to say In the beginning of his book, Joshua asks a key question, Or is it possible to rediscover with fresh eyes a richer andsatisfying understanding of God and spirituality Joshua continues to ask key questions throughout his book Joshua reminds us, You see, I don t think God is afraid of people asking q I loved this book It was a quick and fun read It was honest It was raw This book says a lot of things that many people are probably also feeling but don t think they are allowed to say In the beginning of his book, Joshua asks a key question, Or is it possible to rediscover with fresh eyes a richer andsatisfying understanding of God and spirituality Joshua continues to ask key questions throughout his book Joshua reminds us, You see, I don t think God is afraid of people asking questions Let me highlight a few key points that I particularly enjoyed I don t think God is some distant creator who happens to intervene in human affairs whenever he feels like it No, I believe God is found in the very depths of humanity the very core of all that is Yes, we should be challenged to think about where God is Is God at our core Is God at the core of all that is Many people stay away from religion Why Joshua says it is because, I seriously believe religion has screwed up a ...

  3. Rudy Trussler says:

    Brilliant This is an absolutely brilliant book that boldly explores ideas about God, the bible and life connected to love outside of status quo religious thought It is a must read for anyone who has had that feeling way deep inside that thereto God than you were taught in Sunday school.

  4. Brendan Christopher Hamilton says:

    Great Josh will clear up some questions you have had in the back of your head God loves you, and everyone else If it doesn t end in a love for God, yourself, and others all at the same time you have something greater to see

  5. Brook says:

    This book is a great read for both believers and unbelievers alike I m so grateful to Joshua for putting a voice to struggles and thoughts that many people have wrestled with, but may not have had the opportunity to express in public.His writing style is honest, conversational and free from rigid scriptural arguments presented as facts The book serves instead, as a window into a different way of understanding the love of God towards all humanity Joshua invites the reader on his personal journ This book is a great read for both believers and unbelievers alike I m so grateful to Joshua for putting a voice to struggles and thoughts that many people have wrestled with, but may not have had the opportunity to express in public.His writing style is honest, conversational and free from rigid scriptural arguments presented as facts The book serves instead, as a window into a different way of understanding the love of God towards all humanity Joshua invites the reader on his personal journey of discovery, that continues to this day.From his school days, to his missionary work, right up to today, Joshua is candid about the progression of his faith and what that has meant for him personally In a similar way, he presents the questions he struggled with, in hopes that it might connect with readers who have...

  6. Joseph Radosti says:

    The Title tells a lot about the content of this book Tongol takes an honest approach to try and reckon with his understanding of the infinite and ever present God Written for those who are asking questions about their Christian faith rethinking what they believe, what they have been taught to be orthodox and have decided to be honest with themselves and God Tongol wrestles with questions that many Christians probably have considered such as how to reconcile the passages in the Bible that The Title tells a lot about the content of this book Tongol takes an honest approach to try and reckon with his understanding of the infinite and ever present God Written for those who are asking questions about the...

  7. Karen says:

    The big problem I found with this book was its overtly American style and approach Much of what Joshua Tongol shares is very similar to my own faith history and conclusions, but the way that it is explored and explained required much perseverance mostly because I simply do not connect to the American Evangelical Right with its extroversion and upfront character There is a passion and excitement, undoubtedly, but little of the pain that must have been a big part of Joshua s move from Southern The big problem I found with this book was its overtly American style and approach Much of what Joshua Tongol shares is very similar to my own faith history and conclusions, but the way that it is explored and explained required much perseverance mostly because I simply do not connect to the American Evangelical Right with its extroversion and upfront character There is a passion and excitement, undoubtedly, but little of the pain that must have been a big part of Joshua s move from Southern Baptist Pastor to unmapped journey There is a lot of go away and think about this instruction with very little guidance and even less reasoned theology It is a good starting point for those struggling to let go of what they thought they knew , and the suggestion to follow up with Brian McLaren and Rob Bell is good, but this path still needs something...

  8. Michael says:

    I found this book to really hit the nail on the head in regard to the way I ve been feeling and the questions I ve been having over the past few years I grew up as a church going christian who didn t question anything The last few years I ve been very dissatisfied with organized religion and I began wondering about some of the basics I had been taught over the years I really began questioning myself for having these thoughts and feelings It s books like this one that really encourages me a I found this book to really hit the nail on the head in regard to the way I ve been feeling and the questions I ve been having over the past few years I grew up as a churc...

  9. Joel Wentz says:

    Very much in the style of Rob Bell, this is not a theological treatise It slike a somewhat poetic memoir reflection on serious issues within Evangelical culture It s well written in the sense that it is gripping, easy to read, and makes you pause and think frequently I have not been about to get the chapter on Satan out of my head for about a week This is one of those strange books that I really enjoyed, but will be careful who I recommend it to If you know of someone struggling with Very much in the style of Rob Bell, this is not a theological treatise It slike a somewhat poetic memoir reflection on serious issues within Evangelical culture It s well written in the sense that it is gripping, easy to re...

  10. Trevor Lloyd says:

    This was interesting from the point of view of an insight into a representative of the so called extreme grace teachers and an overview of some of the kind of new thinking going on Evenprogressive theology than I expected, affected by McClaren and Bell etc He is right about the shifts that are happening in the Christian world today, much of it fueled by greater use of the internet and social media Bu...

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