Exposing Myths About Christianity: A Guide to Answering 145 Viral Lies and Legends

7 Responses

  1. Robyn says:

    Great review! Thanks! I think this will help me answer questions that I get from friends. I am reading a very interesting book that I picked up to help share the gospel. It is called, “The iChurch Method: How to Advance Your Ministry Online” by author Jason Caston. The purpose of this book is simple: to help ministries advance the Kingdom online and take the gospel to the world. It was written for ministers, but I find it to be helpful for all who love Jesus Christ. http://www.theichurchmethod.com/

  2. Victoria says:

    Sounds interesting – I’ll wait for the Kindle edition, though 🙂

  3. AgeOfReasonXXI says:

    “Christianity is immoral, unwise, dangerous, deceptive, pro-slavery, anti-women, anti-science, locked in the past, irrationally based, opposed to progress, and otherwise just really wrong”

    I couldn’t have said it better myself 🙂

  4. Tom Gilson says:

    You are remarkably well pleased to be so wrong. I suggest you get the book.

  5. Forest Landa says:

    I love that Mr. Russell is using context when explaining these situations. Nobody knows what context is anymore.

  6. Jenny says:

    I remember reading his book about Columbus and the “Flat Earth Myth.” This sounds like it’ll be a good read. Thanks for reviewing it.

  7. David says:

    The word these days is that Christianity is immoral, unwise, dangerous, deceptive, pro-slavery, anti-women, anti-science, locked in the past, irrationally based, opposed to progress, and otherwise just really wrong. Or, as I have written recently at BreakPoint, “Christianity is bad and Christianity is stupid.”

    It’s the age-old “drawing of a moustache and horns on posters of an opposing political candidate” trick. Sloppy, juvenile and painfully transparent, as always. Yet still as effective as ever for those who choose to ignore the actual debates/platforms, political or otherwise…