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Praise for A Heretic's Guide to Eternity

"If Spencer Burke is a heretic, it's not because he's teaching dangerous doctrine, but because he asks the questions about faith that today's sensibilities naturally raise. Spencer is a winsome walking companion for those who find traditional dogma too narrow."
—Marshall Shelley, editor, Leadership Journal; vice president, Christianity Today

"Fearless of being burned at the stake, Burke presents his provocative thoughts on the world no longer needing the Church. With a new approach to the heretics of the past, he forces readers to re-examine their thoughts about the Church, universalism, and grace. . . . His assertion that grace is something that we can opt out of but not opt in to will turn the heads of many people who thought they had this whole Christianity thing figured out."
—Relevant Magazine

"Distinguishing between religion and spirituality, Burke offers what he calls a new way of looking at God, one centered on the idea of grace. He emphasizes a God who is looking to save the world, not a God who seems more intent on condemning certain practices. . . . For Burke, God is to be questioned, not simply obeyed. His challenging thesis will appeal to many people today who have given up on organized religion but still seek some connection to spirituality."
—Library Journal

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