December 6, 2013

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December 4, 2013

This blog post has been revised and turned into a chapter in The Rethinking Series. The series includes each book in PDF, Kindle, and Nook formats. Click here to view the Table of Contents for each book and how to get it Read more

December 1, 2013

N.T. Wright has come out with a new book. That’s like saying, “Bill O’Reilly just said something controversial.” The response: “Tell me something new.” Ah, but this N.T. Wright book is (cough) 1,600 pages long and it appears in 2 volumes. So how does one write a review for a 1,600 page book? I’m not sure. You tell me if I pulled it off successfully or not. But I don’t think I can do the book justice. As I pointed… Read more

November 28, 2013

As most of you know, I’m someone who challenges Christians to do their homework, which means, learn your history. Why? Because we can’t navigate the future unless we understand the past. And we can’t understand the present unless we explore the past. In addition, without a solid grasp of history, we will simply repeat the same mistakes over and over again. What is more, when we look at history, it often tells us a very different story from what we’ve… Read more

November 27, 2013

Someone recently asked me a question about Mark Driscoll. The person wrote, “Frank, I read Driscoll’s review of your book Pagan Christianity and thought it was horrible. I’ve read your book twice and Driscoll’s review was so filled with misrepresentations that I lost a lot of respect for him. Have you or Barna responded to it? Also, I recently read about the accusations about Driscoll’s plagarism. Apparently he stole from Dr. Peter Jones and D.A. Carson verbatim even without giving… Read more

November 26, 2013

This blog post has been revised and turned into a chapter in The Rethinking Series. The series includes each book in PDF, Kindle, and Nook formats. Click here to view the Table of Contents for each book and how to get it Read more

November 25, 2013

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November 23, 2013

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November 20, 2013

This blog post has been revised and turned into a chapter in The Rethinking Series. The series includes each book in PDF, Kindle, and Nook formats. Click here to view the Table of Contents for each book and how to get it Read more

November 15, 2013

I like slim, short books. Living By Faith, Dwelling in Doubt: A Story of Belief, Uncertainty, and Boundless Love by Kyle R. Cupp is just that. Coming in at less than 115 pages, this is quick, breezy read. But the content is not so breezy. Living by Faith, Dwelling in Doubt is one man’s journey into the struggle to believe despite being assaulted with doubts, mainly due to personal tragedy. Cupp is a young man who is a Catholic. The… Read more




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