In real life

A well known “organic church” blogger and author, who has written a few books on how church should be, and recognized by many as a leader or authority on the “organic church”, has just admitted he is not part of any church in real life.

He faces the common dilemma those trying to make it in the religion industry face: If people get to know them in real life then they lose their aura of celebrity (the mystery created by distance), familiarity will spell the death of the illusion, yet knowing that there’s a certain percentage of Christians who think, and will find it a contradiction if the “expert” doesn’t have anything going in real life.

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