6/12/2006 | Share this article:Excerpt from The Dark Side: How Evangelical Teachings Corrupt Love and Truth. Chapters of this book will be published one weekly on ex-Christian.net through 2006.
Faith of our fathers, holy faith! We will be true to thee till death.
WHEN I FIRST STARTED HAVING MISGIVINGS ABOUT MY FAITH, I DID WHAT ANY GOOD Evangelical would: I prayed. I was fifteen at the time, earnest and devout; an eldest daughter with a caretaker’s heart and responsibilities; a good student surrounded by a good family, good friends, and a good church community. Even so, the cognitive changes that beset teenagers: increased ability to introspect, to think critically, and to envision the possible, were giving me trouble.
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