Beer, Hymns, Protesters and PostChristian in Tulsa? Oh yeah.

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On Christian’s recent “postChristian” book tour stop in Tulsa, Oklahoma, he caused quite a stir. No, folks weren’t distressed by his claims of the decline of Christian empire, or his challenges to the religious powers that be… They were up in arms about serving 3.2 percent beer in (GASP!) church. The weekend culminated in a [Read More...]

AJ Jacobs Tells Me How to Be More Like Jesus #MyJesusProject

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For the next 14-18 months, I’m doing a sort of “Human Experiment” project in which I try to figure out what it REALLY means to follow Jesus in the 21st century western world. To help me, I called on bestselling author of “The Year of Living Biblically” and Esquire Editor-at-Large AJ Jacobs to be my [Read More...]

So…Am I Jesus Yet? #MyJesusProject

It’s been a week now since I announced my newest project, which is to spend between 14 and 18 months figuring out what it seriously means to follow Jesus in our 21st century western world. Like, really. Tons of people say they are Christians, or even go so far as to say they follow Jesus, but which [Read More...]

We Have a New Trade-up! Get Your Book Designed & Edited #Feeding5000 #MyJesusProject

Sometimes it takes a little bit of imagination to realize how much we really have to offer. I was messaging back and forth this weekend with someone who had just taken my “Jesus Dos and Don’ts” survey, and they noted how exciting the project was, especially the idea of how to feed 5000 people. Basically, [Read More...]

A nun, an astrophysicist and a Post-Christian walk into a radio show…

I always enjoy chatting with radio talk show host Welton Gaddy, based out of Washington DC. His syndicated weekly show, in partnership with the Interfaith Alliance, airs on nine stations around the country. But they also rebroadcast the segments on their website. To listen to my talk with Welton about the state and future of [Read More...]

AJ Jacobs on Being Other People’s Version of Jesus (Ugh) #MyJesusProject

I had a chat with my friend and fellow author, AJ Jacobs, today on Skype. Aside from being a veteran journalist, he is the most experienced “human guinea pig” I know. After all, he wrote “The Year of Living Biblically,” in which he spent a whole year trying to live according to the Bible, as [Read More...]

How Generosity Goes Viral (A Five-for-One Deal) #Feeding5000 #MyJesusProject

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“Woah,” Mattias’ eyes bulged when he walked in and saw the red mountain bike, sitting in the hallway of our house. Is that for me?” “No buddy, we’re giving this away.” “But why?” “To help feed 5,000 people.” He looked at me for a minute, trying to figure out if I was serious. “You’re going [Read More...]

Putting Jesus in My Boots #MyJesusProject

I’m spending 18 months trying to figure out what it really means to follow Jesus. I mean, I’m not trying to be jesus, per se, and that’s probably best for all of us. I’m pretty sure I would suck at it. The thing is, Jesus called different people to different things, from what I can [Read More...]


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