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Conversion: a word linked to “proselytism” and which is scary! Images of manipulative cults quickly come to mind. However, this conversion experience is not confined to a few groups of “enlightened ones”, and for Christianity, the idea constantly returns in the New Testament, in various forms. What should we think ?
Does conversion have any meaning, even a positive meaning, in the 21st century?
You will find in this small volume eight true conversion stories. Each of the “converts” sought to put their experiences on paper. This book gives you their stories, in their own words. Some come from committed families, practicing the Christian faith; others, from families where faith did not have a big place. For weeks and months, everyone undertook, as adults, a thoughtful approach. They all made a choice, at some point, after weighing the pros and cons. Handling ? Transformation? Your turn to judge...
Authors: Édouard Nelson and Marie-Édith Rapenna