A Godless Fundamentalist

abandoned church

by John Ellis

To help make it easier to read, I’ve posted links to each chapter in the story of how I went from being an atheist to a Christian. You can find those links below. Clicking the link will open a new tab to the corresponding chapter. This should be much easier than having to scroll through the various posts under A Godless Fundamentalist heading on the side-bar of this blog.

Thank you for reading, and please share A Godless Fundamentalist with anyone you believe may be blessed and encouraged to read how God saved me from my sins.

Introduction

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Chapter 10

Chapter 11

Chapter 12

Chapter 13

Chapter 14

Chapter 15

Chapter 16

Chapter 17

Chapter 18

4 thoughts on “A Godless Fundamentalist

  1. I have really enjoyed reading about your journey. I was a GA at BJU when you were there. I don’t believe I knew you. Mr. Hafler and I were friends as we worked together at the Maintenance Warehouse during a couple of summers. His wife and I had worked at camp together in our undergrad years. I’m so thankful for God’s unfailing grace, His pursuit of you through those years, and the power of His blood.

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  2. You have ministered to me through your story. While I grew up in Baptist churches, they were not “fundamentalist” churches. That has caused me to struggle with how to deal with young adults who visit my church but are struggling spiritually after growing up in “fundamentalist” churches (I am a pastor of a small rural Baptist Church). I hope there is going to be a chapter 19! Ernie

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    1. Thank you. It’s encouraging to hear how God is using the story of how He saved me. I’m considering writing a chapter 19 and beyond (actually, it would be a new chapter 1). If I do, it will be a harder story to tell and to read.

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