How to Grow in Love for Christ and Confidence in Him — Online Webinar Tomorrow (Friday)

Tomorrow, Friday, July 31, at 5:00 pm Eastern time: Online Webinar on Too Good to be False Michael ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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Jesus Won’t Let Us Use Him for Our Politics

A progressive church’s sign reminds us Jesus Christ will not support dishonesty, and he won’t let us use ...

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Today’s Spiritual Battle: Accept the Challenge, Start Your Training

I’ve started a series at The Stream on strategy against our culture’s current lies, distortions, and disconnection from ...

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We’re Too Used to Jesus

We’re too used to Jesus. I’m convinced that explains a lot of contemporary Christianity’s weakness. Jesus doesn’t astonish ...

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Too Good To Be False: How Jesus’ Incomparable Character Reveals His Reality

Officially announcing the publication this summer of Too Good To Be False: How Jesus’ Incomparable Character Reveals His ...

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