Skeptics, Explain This, Please: Who Wrote Jesus’ Character, and How?

Who wrote Jesus’ character into the Gospels? How’d they do it? Skeptics treat this as if it were ...

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Christ, Culture, Coffee, and an Interview on Too Good to be False

Coffee? Absolutely! But Robby Lashua — who’s really a great interview host — also says, “I love this ...

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Disappointing: Seidensticker’s Atheist Critique Not Even Semi-Serious After All

It’s strange. You’d think an atheist as sure of himself as Bob Seidensticker would be more serious about ...

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The First Semi-Serious Atheist Assault on Too Good to be False?

Bob Seidensticker really ought to read Too Good to be False. He’s a snarky atheist blogger, whose attitude ...

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Marcus Borg’s Magical Theory of the Gospels

Marcus Borg put out an incredible amount of writing, so I may have missed it, but I’ve studied ...

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Pastors, Teachers, Leaders: This Book is Lighting Up Lives for Christ!

[For those who’ve read Too Good to be False: Do you have your own story of how it’s ...

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Two Things That Bother Me in Pinecreek Doug’s Critique of Too Good to be False

It’s begun! I’ve been looking forward to the first atheist responses to Too Good to be False. Pinecreek ...

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Christianity and Slavery: Does It Mean Jesus Isn’t Good After All?

Jesus is extraordinarily good. That’s the case I make in Too Good to be False, and all my ...

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Reminder: Join Sara and Me for Drop-In Book Signing on Saturday, August 22

Please join my wife, Sara, and me for the first public book signing event for Too Good to ...

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