Matt Casper

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Personal Information

Zip Code
92116
About Me
I am the co-author of "Jim & Casper Go to Church," a co-founder of ChurchRater.com. Also, I do not currently believe in gods of any kind, though I would never say I am 100% certain of this belief.
Full name
Matt Casper

History

Member for
8 years 25 weeks

Contributed Reviews

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From their website: Since its founding in 1908, University Baptist Church has been known as Austin's Progressive voice of faith, reaching far beyond its campus near the University of Texas to call Austinites into a dynamic relationship with God. That relationship, based on the Gospel of God's love for all persons, is reflected in UBC's doctrine, in its congregation and in its work in the community. We're checking out what's going on in Austin's churches. What's your take on this church?
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From their website: New Life Church exists to glorify God through authentic worship and the proclamation of His Word and seeks to provide a place for everyone to come to know and experience Jesus Christ for themselves in the power of the Holy Spirit. We believe that God loves everyone and that everyone is therefore important, and so we've striven to create an atmosphere where everyone feels welcome and comfortable to worship God with us. We're checking out what's going on in Austin's churches. What's your take on this church?
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From their website: St. David's is a diverse worshipping community of believers unified in Jesus Christ and empowered by the Holy Spirit to receive and share God's love, hope, joy, vitality, and vision as we serve others. We're checking out what's going on in Austin's churches. What's your take on this church?
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From their website: The mission of First Presbyterian Church, Austin is to bring people into the transforming experience of Jesus Christ through worship, teaching the word, Christian nurture and fellowship, the arts, and ministry in and to the world. We're checking out what's going on in Austin's churches. What's your take on this church?
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From their website: Hope Chapel is a non-denominational church in Austin, and a warm, hospitable community of believers. We are called together to love God, love each other and love our city. We are called to the urban core of Austin, to be near the governmental, educational, technical and artistic population centers of our city. We're checking out what's going on in Austin's churches. What's your take on this church?

Contributed Comments

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Curious... four new, rather similar five-star reviews for this church inside a couple of days, plus a request sent to us flagging the initial review (unfavorable) as abusive... what's happening...
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Hi... while we appreciate you taking part in ChurchRater, we try and discourage comments that appear to judge the character of a person rather than the "feel" of the church. We're...
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Amazing review, Benjamin: thoughtful, constructive, entertaining... I bet people who imagine they would like and those who imagine they would dislike this church will now feel the need to go and see...
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Emma: you're right about a lot. Many, many people use this site to promote their churches, which was never our intention. But there are almost as many people who use it to cconstructively...
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Please refrain from passing judgments on entire groups of people, or anyone really. This site is about your church experience, not what you think of the people on a personal level. And while they...