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When God Isn’t Attractive by Russ Ewell

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An inspiringly original assessment of religion in the 21st century this book provides hope to those who have been turned off by organized religion and the God it presents. Russ Ewell’s deep thinking, disruptive ideas and willingness to admit that he still has a great deal to learn make this a refreshing and hopeful read.

When God Isn’t Attractive, by Russ Ewell

Christianity is at a crossroads. In the face of increasing numbers of people choosing “none of the above” when selecting from the various denominational offerings, it is apparent that organized religion is failing to meet the spiritual needs of the average person. Despite new plans, programs and the increasing popularity of the Mega Church, thousands of churches continue to close their doors every year.

In Why God Isn’t Attractive, Russ Ewell offers a unique blend of insights from over twenty-five years of innovative ministry experience, the scriptures and an understanding of numerous disciplines outside religion. He introduces us to a new way of thinking about Christianity where God is at the center rather than people, religion, or emotion. Religious rules, assumptions and traditions are tossed aside as he points to a future with a new kind of believer that will make God attractive and change the world.

About the Author: Russ Ewell

Internationally known for his passionate speaking style and extensive knowledge of the Bible, Russ Ewell brings life to the scriptures and demonstrates how current and applicable God’s word is to every person in every stage of life. As a husband, father of three, and evangelist at the Bay Area Christian Church he infuses his personal life lessons and more than 25 years of experience in spiritual counseling to convince even the most skeptical to view God through fresh eyes and a different, life-changing perspective. In 2007 he received a Jefferson Award as well as a Congressional Citation from late Congressman Tom Lantos in recognition for his impact on youth and children with special needs in the San Francisco Bay Area.