• Red Pill Gospel

  • Christianity, Before It Was Ruined by Christians
  • By: Forrest Maready
  • Narrated by: Forrest Maready
  • Length: 4 hrs and 25 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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By: Forrest Maready
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As Christianity, the world’s most popular religion, approaches its 2,000-year anniversary, more have begun to question mainstream dogma than ever before. Whether political corruption, scientific fraud, medical tyranny, or many other topics, humans are waking up to the fact that much of what they were promised to be true was instead deception — lies meant to cloud the truth and give power to those who deceived them. 

This realization has caused many to question whether global warming is a man-made phenomenon. It has caused millions of parents to reconsider vaccines — once considered a sacrosanct rite of passage for any newborn child. 

What if the Christianity we were taught was similarly misrepresented? Within a few hundred years after the resurrection of Jesus, distortions began to creep into Christianity from the pagan belief systems which surrounded it. Over the course of hundreds of years, man-made doctrines have accumulated and warped the Christian faith so drastically many of its early believers would scarcely recognize it. The world’s most popular religion is a far cry from the message Jesus preached through villages and towns during his ministry. 

For those unafraid to look, Red Pill Gospel peels back the layers of lies man has added to the gospel and reveals the beautiful hope inside.

©2020 Forrest Maready (P)2020 Forrest Maready

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Pleasant surprise

I’ve listened to most of Forrest’s books so far and this one was next on my list — I had no idea what it was about and was expecting some Red Pill discussion that had more to do with society as a whole and not Christianity haha, (I didn’t notice the sub headline I guess) and as I began listening I was pleasantly surprised. It was easy for me to consider and mull over everything he was speaking about and it didn’t stress me out. I grew up in many churches, was baptized and saved, etc however, I’m not someone I’d describe as a Christian but over the last few years I’ve grown closer to spirituality and learning more about the Christian god and the faith and the history of the faith has always fascinated me. This book was very interesting. It made me want to order a Bible and start digging in deeper about the questions he proposed. Very thought provoking and as always, he has a very soothing voice and endearing, patient, curiosity about the way he proposes/discusses things and shares information. 💗

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Really good

I honestly didn’t agree with everything, but this is a great book to read or listen to and contemplate.

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Total red pill experience

This book is a well-crafted presentation that surveys the worst of Christian tradition, It is written to be comprehensive to the average reader and to provide much practical perspective. The quest for the truth will cause us to deconstruct our belief in mistaken ideas and reconstruct our understanding on a more solid foundation. We must indeed step outside corrupted tradition and come back to a more genuine Christianity!

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somebody please help

ii have listened to this guy try to explain the trinity , What is he saying , Jesus is God or not ,can not understand what he's saying listened to this book over and over . understand what he's saying about Calvin and Luther .