About

Last updated on November 14th, 2019

Welcome to my  blog, Christianity Unfiltered. I’m Eric. I’m a college graduate with a degree in Philosophy with Religious Emphasis. My family raised me in an Episcopalian church, and then later a Baptist church.

Growing up, I watched a lot of televangelists. You know the ones; T.D. Jakes, Joel Osteen, Joyce Mayer. Most of my early understanding of Christianity came from there. I believed a lot of prosperity gospel and evangelical church teachings. As I got into my 20’s, I became frustrated with my faith. I felt like it didn’t live up to everything I learned. It was this disappointment that led me on a journey of discovering faith for myself.

As a result of that journey, I came to the conclusion that a lot of what I learned about Christianity was wrong. I was surprised to discover what the Bible taught was very different from what most churches teach. So with Christianity Unfiltered, my mission is to help enlighten other people who’ve been disappointed too. Or inspire anyone who perhaps never really thought about their faith on a deeper level. I want to show you a side of Christianity that maybe you’ve never seen before. 

With that said, I don’t claim to know everything. I only claim to know as much as I’ve read in scripture. I always welcome anybody to challenge anything I write on this blog. But I do my best to teach things based on what the Bible states in context. I will always try to present reasonable conclusions based on a collection of verses, and not just one or two. If I accomplish one thing besides helping someone find salvation, I hope to help people stop basing their beliefs off of one verse in the Bible.

So I hope you’ll enjoy my articles, and I hope you’ll share them, because it might help someone. Thank you for reading.

Please visit my Contact page if you’d like to send me a message.

Peace to all those who are in Christ.

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