Monthly Archives: April 2012

meet-the-skeptic

Meet the Skeptic – A Field Guide to Faith Conversations by Bill Foster (Master Books) 2012

This isn’t your typical book review. I mean, how often do you get to field test a field guide to faith conversations? But it so happened that the other day I was talking to a young man at college and

meet-the-skeptic

Meet the Skeptic – A Field Guide to Faith Conversations by Bill Foster (Master Books) 2012

This isn’t your typical book review. I mean, how often do you get to field test a field guide to faith conversations? But it so happened that the other day I was talking to a young man at college and

truth3-chaffey

The Truth Chronicles – Book 3: The Rescue by Tim Chaffey and Joe Westbrook – Risen Books (2010)

Tim Chaffey and Joe Westbrook return with the third installment of the Truth Chronicles, following the time-travelling adventures of four teens from Silicon Valley Prep, wonderfully illustrated by Inkhana. Since I’ve likened the tone of Book 2 of this series

truth3-chaffey

The Truth Chronicles – Book 3: The Rescue by Tim Chaffey and Joe Westbrook – Risen Books (2010)

Tim Chaffey and Joe Westbrook return with the third installment of the Truth Chronicles, following the time-travelling adventures of four teens from Silicon Valley Prep, wonderfully illustrated by Inkhana. Since I’ve likened the tone of Book 2 of this series

church-of-facebook-jesse-rice

The Church of Facebook – How the Hyperconnected Are Redefining Community by Jesse Rice – David C. Cook (2009)

The Church of Facebook is an interesting book, but it fails miserably at establishing its primary message. According to the subtitle of the book, author Jesse Rice intends to show us how the hyperconnected are redefining community. What he actually

church-of-facebook-jesse-rice

The Church of Facebook – How the Hyperconnected Are Redefining Community by Jesse Rice – David C. Cook (2009)

The Church of Facebook is an interesting book, but it fails miserably at establishing its primary message. According to the subtitle of the book, author Jesse Rice intends to show us how the hyperconnected are redefining community. What he actually

it-could-happen-tomorrow

It Could Happen Tomorrow – Future Events That Will Shake the World by Gary Frazier [New Leaf Publishing, 2012]

As someone who regularly speaks and writes on issues dealing with our Biblical origins, I don’t often get a chance to read anything dealing with eschatology, or the study of things to come. Oh, we creationists do point out that

it-could-happen-tomorrow

It Could Happen Tomorrow – Future Events That Will Shake the World by Gary Frazier [New Leaf Publishing, 2012]

As someone who regularly speaks and writes on issues dealing with our Biblical origins, I don’t often get a chance to read anything dealing with eschatology, or the study of things to come. Oh, we creationists do point out that