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Publisher's Summary

In The End of Religion, Bruxy Cavey shares that relationship has no room for religion. Believers and seekers alike will discover anew the wondrous promise found in our savior. And Christ's eternal call to walk in love and freedom will resonate with listeners of all ages and denominations.

©2007 Bruxy Cavey (P)2016 Two Words Publishing LLC

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Deliverance

Would you listen to The End of Religion again? Why?

Yes

To cement through repetition what I've been given in Hebrews.

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Sometimes you struggle alone with what you've come to understand about Christ, Salvation and Religion. I say struggle because it is not at all what Christian Denominations have taught throughout all my growing up and adult years. But at the turn of 2017, I came to an understanding that I could hardly share with most of my associates, as they, like me have been thoroughly indoctrinated by the denomination of our upbringing.

I listened to this book and felt the deliverance that clearly has been coming to me through the Word and through other readings, find it completeness. My life, my salvation, my deliverance, my freedom from religious dogma it is all wrapped up in Jesus Christ. I'm grateful for the confirmation.

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Decent but flawed

Bruxy Cavey is a pastor of a conservative mega church in Canada. It’s non denominational but has through his efforts found a level of kinship with the Ana Baptist community. This book ideas could’ve been summarized easily in a book 1/3-1/2 it’s length without loosing anything. Bruxy speaks of love of the other but continually likes to argue the superiority of his views. Also his church is non-affirming which makes it far less Christian than other Ana Baptist churches in my opinion. I agree with the basic message of the book that Christ through his existence has ended the need of religion. However, this book has been significantly dumbed down for the needs of a mega church audience and without exploring the non welcoming space that bruxy’s own church embodies.

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Ready to lose my religion

For those seeking a new way to encounter God and Jesus, this book strips away all the barriers that impede that relationship and restores the original goal of God’s purpose to send Jesus to Earth.

My own religious beliefs are complex these days, and difficult to articulate. This book felt like a kind of conversion – it taught me a new way to live, and it gave me a new way to conceive of the holy.

Filled with more flexible and more compassionate approaches and shining a light of truth on denominational religious doctrine that if we are really honest have nothing to do with Christ but everything to do with exclusion, impossible compliance and real struggles with encouraging others to embrace a loving God.

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Jesus was a wave maker, a rebel, a rogue...

Or, he at least seemed to be by those who clung to a facade of power and authority. His subversive spirituality is designed to reorient our eyes to the truth of God which has been clouded by human doctrine and systems of rules. Bruxy does an incredible job of pointing this out, systematically and with humor, while not neglecting the inspired, written Word of God.

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for those with ears to hesr

An important read for anyone looking to plant a church or revitalize an existing church

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If I read this first, I would still be Christian

I left the faith a long time ago after seeing how hateful and cruel the religion was I grew up in and this book sheds light on where the faith strayed from the relationship with God and Jesus to being all about preaching hellfire and brimstone and hurting others. this was a profoundly inspiring book and I wrote many quotes down to think about and share.

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Most promising news for Christianity's future.

Listened to the book twice, the second time with family members. We were challenged and encouraged by the author's perspective on a Christianity focused more on Christ's irriligious message then on institutional upkeep. This pastor's criticisim is positive and is born from the inside of his long church experience and love for the believers who make up the church (Body of Christ)! Bought a Kindle copy to read and reflect further on this hopeful message.

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A whole new understanding

This book is amazing. It makes you finally see the tre meaning of Christ teaching. Something I have felt there was something missing that religion wasn't saying. Bravo!

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Radical and Refreshing!

The author hits a bullseye here as he shows up religion for what it has become. He calls us back to prioritize love and relationships over rules and regulations. This book was bold and opportune.

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Positively Challenging

Thanks Bruxy. Once you grasp a hold of faith - you no longer need religin!