Tag: Book Review

Where Reza Aslan’s “Zealot” Gets It Wrong About the Historical Jesus 

As I mentioned weeks back, I finished Reza Aslan’s book Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth and…

Washed and Waiting: Finding Ourselves In Jesus’ Identity

I am currently reading through New Testament scholar Wesley Hill’s powerful and vulnerable memoir called Washed and Waiting: Reflections on…

The Art of Work: A Life Well Lived

Have you noticed there has been a recent influx of “find your calling/passion” sort of books?  Fortunately, I have also…

God’s Dirty Laundry: The Skeletons in God’s Closet

Have you ever felt like there were dark stains in the Bible that you were embarrassed about?  In a new…

My Top Books of 2014

In the spirit of reflective 2014 posts on the borders of 2015, I wanted to submit to you, dear reader, a…

Uncovering God’s Rhythm of Grace

More. It seems as if the fast paced society we dwell in craves more.  More of our time, talent, and…

“David Livingstone, the Abolitionist, I Presume”

I must confess, the only things I knew about David Livingstone prior to this past month was his quest for…

“Let me pray about that”

“Let me pray about that” Have you ever said those words to someone?  Have you ever said those words and…

The Romance of Religion: The Surprising Appeal of the Christian Faith

Have you ever heard the phrase, Christianity is a relationship, not a religion?  I, for one, have heard this all…

For All Writers: Why You Should Read Stephen King

I have never thought much about reading a book by Stephen King, I’m a scaredy cat and horror books aren’t exactly…

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