Tom Gilson

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 book. You need to get it!”


“This book is very different from the norm — in a good way. It’s so refreshing to read.”

and also …

“Through reading the book it’s been awesome to see just how unique Jesus is. One of things I love that you talk about is, we’re all too familiar with him, to see how extraordinary he is, right?  And I think for Western culture, even non-Christians there’s just so much familiarity with Jesus and the things he did, that it becomes old hat until you take a new approach like you did, and you compare him with other religious leaders or political leaders, you can’t see, or you don’t see, some of these kind of jaw-dropping things that he did he or .he didn’t do I love that method that you took.”

You can experience these same jaw dropping discoveries from here!

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