If you've come here on the Busted blog tour, I regret to inform you that I am pretty much a no-show. Too much going on with my ministry right now to write anything substantive about this book.
Just know that I read it, I loved it, and am considering teaching a class around it. It is incredibly accessible to the theologically uninitiatied and, were you to learn the information contained therein, you would feel much more confident starting conversations about spiritual matters, because you would have a backpack full of patriot missiles with which to shoot down the common scuds fired by skeptics (e.g. the Bible has been translated so many times that it can't be trusted.)
If you're interested in the book, check it out here.
If you want to win a copy, go to this blog--http://flowerdust.net/--on Thursday; she's giving one away.
Thoughts on Christian controversy and the God of peace (Scott Swain) - I have been generally impressed by the way the brethren have conducted themselves over the past several days at Ref21 in debating vital issues regarding th...
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