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Pastor Stephen Bedard Interviews Me on Too Good to be False

I’ve known Stephen online for years, and always wanted to meet him face to face. He lives in Ontario, just a few miles from Niagara Falls. I guess you could call this meeting him the COVID-19 way. We had a ...
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Join Our Webinar and Book Launch Party on July 31!

This Friday, July 31, at 5:00 pm Eastern time: The official online book launch/webinar for Too Good to be False! Why are Christian leaders like Sean McDowell and Frank Turek saying this book is filled with truly surprising new insights ...
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When Atheists Say, ‘I Read the Bible, That’s Why I’m An Atheist.’

Note to podcast listeners: The webinar I told you I would be on this weekend was postponed to next Friday due to an emergency situation with the webinar host. This week’s podcast is also delayed, as I’d been intending to ...
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Jesus Was Perfect. That’s Why I’m Glad We Don’t Have the Record of His First Thirty Years.

This blog post ended very differently than I thought it would when I started writing it: It’s much more of a discovery than I expected. My original title for it was, “If Jesus Was Perfect, Does That Mean He Never ...
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Jesus Won’t Let Us Use Him for Our Politics

Clackamas United Church of Christ, a very progressive church in Milwaukie, Oregon, posted this sign on their marquee: “Jesus was a person of color murdered by state sanctioned violence.” A fellow Facebook group member asked what we thought of it ...
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Webinar/Online Book Launch Party, Friday, July 31!

Take part in the first webinar on Too Good to be False!

We're calling it an Online Book Launch Party! It happens this Friday at 5 pm Eastern time. (If you can't make it then, you'll be able to view it later.)


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