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After nine years of preaching fundamentalist Christianity for the denomination known as the Church of Christ, minister Joe E. Holman decided to call it quits. Walking away from the ministry forever, Holman explains the reasons for making such a life-altering and controversial decision.
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“Joe E. Holman’s Project Bible Truth is a potent work that offers much to think about for readers regardless of whether they are fundamentalist Christians or out-of-the-closet atheists. Like the excellent books by preachers-turned atheists Dan Barker and John Loftus, Holman’s book presents a powerful case against the claims of Christianity that is difficult to dismiss. True believers will have to work a bit harder than usual in their attempts to fend off these questions and challenges.”
Guy Harrison, author of “50 Reasons People Give for Believing in a God”
“Joe’s book contains the best written and most complete de-conversion story I have read. His arguments are rock solid too. They come from a former insider to the Christian faith who once defended it. Let this book be a reminder to conservative Christians everywhere that their faith is a delusion propagated by ministers who should know better. Breaking free of this fantasy world can be very difficult to do, but with the arguments Joe offers, intellectual honesty demands it.”
John W. Loftus, minister-turned-atheist and author of “Why I Became an Atheist”
“Joe Holman provides remarkable testimony of an honest search for life’s meaning, and he clothes his account in crystal-clear writing which possesses an Everyman universality that bursts the bounds of sect or creed.”
Eric Zuesse, writer/reporter/author of “Iraq War: The Truth”
“This book follows the incredible journey of a pastor of the right-wing Church of Christ in Texas through a nearly decade-long quest for the truth. This is mandatory reading for all Christians and secularists alike. Joe’s compelling writing style and his amazing attention to detail and honest look at key issues to those of the Christian faith make this the most riveting book I’ve read in the last decade.”
Bart G. Farkas, writer/author, skeptic and former Christian