I was at a friend's church for bible study the other week.Long story short, I'm curious if there's any literature on post-denominational Christianity. Just as the wave of 'spirituality' has been installed in the youth who feel anxious about their place in the universe, I'm curious if there is similar literature on Christians who don't feel comfortable with the extraneous belief systems of denominations besides the 'agreed' upon canon.
«POSTDENOMINATIONAL CHRISTIANITY» IS AN EUPHEMISM FOR: «ANTICHRISTIANITY» —NOTHING BUT YET ANOTHER SPURIOUS CONCEPT OF THAT VICIOUS JUDEOCHRISTIAN SECT: PROTESTANTISM.
>>13123367turn off caps lock and put down your thesaurus
>>13123367>«ROMAN CATHOLIC CHRISTIANITY» IS AN EUPHEMISM FOR: «ANTICHRISTIANITY»ah, perfect
There is nothing of value artistically, theologically, or spiritually in any individualist "non-denominational" crypto-atheist "Christian" sect. So to answer your question, no there is not any literature for it.
>>13123351Pride is the father of all sins.
>>13123351>post-denominational ChristianityYou mean Catholicism? Unironically though, the thing you're looking for is https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emerging_church. It's a crock of nonsense in my opinion, but it is an attempt as a post-denominational Christianity, although we've had it since St Peter.
>>13123351unironically Heidegger. the only possible post-denominational Christianity would be a read-at-hand practice.