Radically Normal

In Revise Us Again, I took dead aim at the two current problems in Christianity today – legalism on the one hand and libertinism on the other. I call these two tendencies “the two enemies of the gospel.” And they have been with us since the first century. Recently, Josh Kelley has written a new [Read More...]

Unoffendable

Many, many years ago in a land far, far away, I wrote a little red book with George Barna that offended many people, religious people especially. If George and I were living in the first century, that book would have gotten us boiled in olive oil. In the 21st century, however, the book generated hate [Read More...]

Radically Normal

In Revise Us Again, I took dead aim at the two current problems in Christianity today – legalism on the one hand and libertinism on the other. I call these two tendencies “the two enemies of the gospel.” And they have been with us since the first century. Recently, Josh Kelley has written a new [Read More...]

A Phrase Speakers Should Stop Using

If you ever listen to a pastor, teacher, or conference speaker rehearse a story, you’ll often hear them say something like this: “After I finished my talk last month, someone came up to me and asked . . .” The phrase “someone came up to me” is a well-worn statement that’s unthinkingly repeated by speakers, both Christian and [Read More...]


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