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Signed Copy: There's No Such Thing As Magic Blood



Signed Copy of A Memoir: There's No Such Thing As Magic Blood

What would you do if the untouchable doctrines of your faith crumbled before your eyes, and could not be put back together?

This is a spiritual memoir like no other in its genre.

The author recounts his emotional and spiritual journey, from being raised in a blue-collar Roman Catholic family, to serving as an Evangelical pastor, to ultimately leaving Jesus and his magic blood behind altogether and converting to Judaism.

The author weighs in on such topics as:

  • the Christian concept of "salvation" and "atonement"
  • modern Evangelicalism's reliance upon entertainment and music
  • why Christianity downplays the role of the biblical covenants
  • atheism vs. theism
  • groupthink and why people don't question their dogmas
  • why insecure people are susceptible to religious abuse
  • religious extremism and its problems
  • why simply changing religions is not a solution to deeper issues
  • finding balance and peace after escaping religious trauma

There's No Such Thing as Magic Blood will challenge everything you thought you knew about religious life in America and might leave you asking questions about your own involvement that you never thought you would ask.

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5 reviews for Signed Copy: There's No Such Thing As Magic Blood

  1. K.D.

    If you've ever even had a moment of wonder about Biblical inconsistencies, read this! The work is not only a personal journey but points out the many fallacies that exist in the centuries of Christianity...I read this in one Shabbat (Saturday). I couldn't put it down

  2. James S. Valliant

    What a powerful account of an epic -- and sincere -- human journey! Beautifully written, searingly honest-- this is a gem of a memoir. The author's..."religion," if it can be called that, developed from his own experiences, one of reason and earthly life, of philosophical reflection and considered benevolence, accepting the role of the mind even as it maintains a commitment to God and community.

  3. Shanna

    "This book helped me so much! I love the author’s honesty and I identified with his quest to find the truth, as I have been on the same quest myself. This book made a strong impact on me. It is difficult sometimes for us to find our way in this world, but it would seem that the author found the path out of the forest and into the light...The final words of his book brought me to tears and gave me comfort and hope that perhaps, like him, I might find my own way as well."

  4. Dan

    “I was hooked from the first paragraph of this book...Being Jewish, I appreciate the comparisons the author gave between Christian religions and between Christianity and Judaism. I found it to be very informative without being too heady.”

  5. Salena

    "David has an incredible gift with words and being able to write in a way that you feel like you are there. His life story is very relatable…"

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