Jodie Chapman’s upbringing as a Jehovah’s Witness thwarted then inspired her writing

Image of author Jodie Chapman care of the Irish Times
Another Life by Jodie Chapman is published by Michael Joseph

Finding my voice, both in life and fiction—Jodie Chapman’s upbringing as a Jehovah’s Witness thwarted then inspired her writing. Read more about Jodie and her new book, Another Life, at the Irish Times

And so, I began Another Life.

Jodie Chapman


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Weather one gets kicked out or a person chooses to leave that legalistic type practicing religion/cult where works are required over and above FAITH and GRACE (Ephesians 2:8-9). What is one doing with one’s life after the fact is important. Is the individual going to still cling to JW doctrine pertaining to scripture which certain beliefs are basically heresy; out physically from the WT organization but yet still there mentally. So many JW’s that become separated from that group are no closer in serving God by way of sound scriptural doctrine and recognizing and seeing the absolute importance of viewing Christ in the correct spiritual light.His importance is far more important than just had been a perfect man and a good example to follow as wittinesss are taught. Or many pursue there own form of worship or become spiritually inactive with scripture reading. Learning sound scriptural doctrine takes effort, searching the scriptures effort through his Spirit. 1Cor 2:12 – Now we have received not the spirit of the world, but the Spirit who is from God, that we might understand the things freely given us by God) No one religious organization can hold the claim of representing truth.



Hello Ms. Chapman You mention you seek to please yourelff but you did not mention your relationship with God or Jesus.Are you an atheist ?