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Sinners CreedNner's Creed Scott shares his story for the first time from his fundamentalist upbringing the rise and fall of CREED and his ongoing battle with addiction to his recommitment to Christ and the launch of his solo career The result is a gripping memoir that is proof positive that God is always present in our lives despite the colossal mess we sometimes make of them. I saw this book for free and grabbed a copy I was a fan of Creed after all but hadn't heard anything of theirs for some timeThen recently I saw Scott Stapp in the media basically having a mental breakdown in a video He is convinced there is a conspiracy out to get him That prompted me to start reading this book I had waiting and maybe see what his meltdown was all aboutThis guy has had some really serious issues his whole life A psychotic break was imminent He is a diagnosed depressed person and is suicidal at times Then you throw in the religion and you find him off putting an extremeI also feel very sorry for the man as a human This video may have been a public eye opener but the book shows how everyone's eyes could have been just blind for a long time All the signs have been there all alongSo all I learned about this rockstar I loved to hear belt out songs was that he is a lost and troubled soul with an extreme devotion of God and his love I am highly empathetic to his tragic life as it is now

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Sinners Creed Read & Download ↠ 108 ´ Sinner’s Creed is the uncensored memoir of Scott Stapp Grammy Award winning leader of the multiplatinum rock band CREED Raised by an abusive stepfather Scott was always aware of God's presence in his life but it wasn't until years later amid a life punctuated by sex drugs and rock ’n roll that Scott beSinner’s Creed is the uncensored memoir of Scott Stapp Grammy Award winning leader of the multiplatinum rock band CREED Raised by an abusive stepfather Scott was always aware of God's presence in his life but it wasn't until years later amid a life punctuated by sex drugs and rock ’n roll that Scott began to feel a need for God in his lifeDuring CREED’s dec. I have to begin this review with a disclaimer I absolutely adore Creed They have been my favorite band since the release of their first album I felt heartsick when the band broke up and when the rumor mill blamed Scott for the band's demise I was and still am a fan in large part due to the message of struggle and hope portrayed in their music That being said I was both excited and hesitant to read Scott's book I didn't want my view of Scott or the other band members to be radically changed because of what might be revealed The book arrived via UPS this morning and as soon as I got home from work I got busy reading and just finished itI was not disappointed Scott tells the story of his life from early childhood where he was raised in an abusive home to his reemergence as a confident child of God a devoted husband a loving father and a level headed rocker I realize this story is told solely from his perspective but I was touched by his seeming insight about his relationship with family with God with the music industry and his own failings I think what touched me the most about Scott's story is the fact that he acknowledges that God was always there even during his rebellion from God's unconditional love God was able to use Scott's darkest days and turn them into Scott's greatest successes Further he points out that living a life in Christ does not come without struggle It is a journey of ups and downs I wish nothing but the best for Scott and his family I feel blessed by his music and the message in this book

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Ade of dominance and in the years following the band's breakup Scott struggled with drugs and alcohol which led not only to a divorce but also to a much publicized suicide attempt in 2006 Now clean sober and in the midst of a highly successful solo career Scott has finally come full circle a turnaround he credits to his renewed relationship with Jesus ChristIn Si. Creed gets on my nerves Sorry Scott I'm not a fan And I despise U2's music and Bono's poor theology so maybe you are in good company with your hero's Not something to be proud of But you have a great voice And i'm enjoying your solo albumsAnywayThanks for sharing your life story with us Scott Although it sure concerns me I'm not convinced the bad parts are over just different Just when I really wanted to get into the heart of your future and Christian purposeyour book ended kind of the way it began from the outside looking in You seem to muck about with religion but so what How's that different from Mormons Buddhists JW's Charismatic Crazies or Catholic disciplinarians You really didn't say much specific about your Jesus Even the thief on the cross beside Jesus said GREAT THEOLOGY in a few lines than you said in an entire book Luke 2339One of the criminals who were hanged railed at him saying “Are you not the Christ Save yourself and us” 40But the other rebuked him saying “Do you not fear God since you are under the same sentence of condemnation 41And we indeed justly for we are receiving the due reward of our deeds; but this man has done nothing wrong” 42And he said “Jesus remember me when you come into your kingdom” 43And he said to him “Truly I say to you today you will be with me in Paradise”Scott your story makes me think you might be stuck in Bono land a generic liberal God follower who thinks Judaism Islam and Christianity all share the same God Jesus is very different in those 3 accounts And the Bible that you claimed to be an expert at that was laughable sorry buddy says many very specific things about Jesus Things your CREED songs don't even come close to capturing Scott uoteMy goal was never to make a clear statement about my religious beliefs through my music It was enough to describe my struggle and hope that the message came throughWhat message is that Scott In this day and age we need as many clear statements as possible It seems you have failed Hopefully you aren't just addicted to fame and attention But I understand if you are WE all are in some ways But i'm glad you are finally hopefully being there for your wife and kids Now go write a book or album about living for your VERY SPECIFIC Saviorif you have the guts