Book Review: The Evangelicals You Don’t Know (part 3)

This is part three of my review of The Evangelicals You Don’t Know by Tom Krattenmaker (read part 1 here and part 2 here). Chapter Four In chapter four, Tom introduces us to Gabe Lyons and a deeply penetrating question. Is the United States of America a Christian nation? When some hear that question, theirContinue reading “Book Review: The Evangelicals You Don’t Know (part 3)”

Book Review: The Evangelicals You Don’t Know (part 2)

This is part two if my review of The Evangelicals You Don’t Know by Tom Krattenmaker (read part 1 here). Chapter Three In chapter three, Tom introduces us to Jim Henderson.   Jim is known best as the guy who “bought the soul” of Hemant Mehta on eBay (click here for more on that). Henderson’sContinue reading “Book Review: The Evangelicals You Don’t Know (part 2)”

Book Review: The Evangelicals You Don’t Know (part 1)

Tom Krattenmaker has written a new book to introduce us to the next generation of Christians in America entitled The Evangelicals You Don’t Know.  As the title suggest, Tom, a religion columnist for USA Today, is seeking to expand the readers understanding of evangelicals. More to the point, Tom is trying to demonstrate that allContinue reading “Book Review: The Evangelicals You Don’t Know (part 1)”

Book Review: Reborn on the Fourth of July

The fourth of July was incredibly hot in my neck of the woods.  So, I spent the day inside reading Reborn on the Fourth of July by Logan Mehl-Laituri.  Logan’s story is compelling, as it offers an insiders look at issues that most of us deal with in the abstract.  He’s a soldier.  A Christian.Continue reading “Book Review: Reborn on the Fourth of July”