A recent survey discovered that one-tenth of the U.S. population has a sincere Christian faith and made a personal commitment to Jesus Christ, but don't attend church. The number is increasing, up from 7% a decade ago. What's going on?
"Why I Quit Going to Church" is one man's explanation of why he doesn't attend church. This is not a disgruntled testimony of someone who had his feelings hurt or just got tired of getting out of bed on Sunday morning. It is a well-reasoned explanation with a consistent theology and a thorough understanding of church history.
As the statistic indicates, this is not a lone individual but one who represents a growing portion of our society. It's likely the number of church dropouts will continue to increase unless significant changes are made in the way people view the church.
If you're one of the ten percent who have dropped out of church, you will be encouraged by this book. If you're one who has remained an active attendee of a church, you will be challenged by this book to reflect on what is happening in your church.