“Strange Gods” heads into 3rd Printing, with Study Guide!

I know, I know, I haven’t done my “comprehensive” list of good reads for Christmas, or my annual Christmas Gift Ideas post — they’re coming, I promise — but first let me share this because I’m having a bad, overwhelmed day where all I can do is fight on Twitter and quote T.S. Eliot, and announcing this makes me feel better!

Coming soon, a third printing of Strange Gods: Unmasking the Idols in Everyday Life, with a Study Guide included (as they say) “by popular demand”!

That’s cool, right?

Also, the Study Guide is now available online for those who have already purchased the book, so you don’t have to wait until that printing comes out…you could, you know…buy it now…for people…for Christmas…

Eeeww. It’s always so uncomfortable for me to be so self-promoting.

So, here’s a really gratifying review of it.

And here is my interview with Lisa Hendey about it. And one with Brandon Vogt.

I know, I’m awful, right?

But still, buy my book!

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