Escaping Christianity: Finding Christ Paperback – by Mrs. Barbara K Symons (Author)

Escaping Christianity is the fascinating account of leaving behind fundamentalism and finding and embracing the mystical side of the Bible. Escaping Christianity explores in great detail the metaphorical meaning behind baptism and communion. It is a great encouragement for those spiritual seekers looking for something more than what fear-based religions offer.

About the Author

Barbara Symons is an ordained minister and tireless spiritual seeker whose experience in Christian fundamentalism spans her lifetime beginning at five years of age. After leaving the church in 1999,

Barbara began to recognize the fear-based propaganda that most fundamentalism employs. Having spent forty-three years within Christian fundamentalism, ten of those years as an exorcist, Barbara has keen insight into this systematic religion and writes of her journey through deprogramming.

Always captivated by unusual phenomena, Barbara has a vast repertoire of spiritual and metaphysical experiences from which to draw. She is a lecturer, teacher and writer who hopes to bring light to the mysteries that can be found within the historical stories of the Bible and beyond. Barbara resides in College Station, Texas and is married to Lyle. Together they have three children and five grandchildren.
Website: BarbaraSymons.com

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Escaping Christianity: Finding Christ
By:  Barbara Symons

"Escaping Christianity - Finding Christ." Discover the teachings of Jesus and other Biblical authors WITHOUT the dogma that Christianity ascribes to them.


If I can escape, anyone can. By “escape,” I mean to exit the trappings that define fundamentalist Christianity. This book will take the reader on my Spiritual journey out of religion and into Christ Consciousness, forsaking the history for the mystery.

Escaping Christianity is a non-fiction account of my journey out of Christian fundamentalism thought and into a much broader mystical understanding of scripture. I left dogmatic religion rather suddenly in late 1999. It began when I started to view scripture as metaphor; the whole Bible opened up, giving me a mystical view of the historical events found within the print. I was a speaker, teacher, writer and exorcist within the Charismatic movement and my fundamentalism was no longer making sense to me. I began to question many of the tenants of the faith that I had been raised with. Heaven, Hell, the Devil, Christ, even the word “saved” began to take on new meaning. I began seeing Bible events as internal and mystical, thereby providing me with a roadmap of sorts to our personal and collective evolution in consciousness. Along with this different view came rejection from my church brothers and sisters. However, something was blooming within my consciousness and there was no turning back. I was seeking and I was finding. This burgeoning awareness could not be constrained in a limited fundamentalist environment. The root was breaking the pot.



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