A big part of why I love Twitter is the real-time exposure it gives me to interesting people, including writers whose work I have enjoyed. Here are ten Christian writers who have offered me something marvelous or cool or significant or funny in Birdland.
We know the primary school version . . . but where did Thanksgiving really come from? And why did it take more than 200 years for it to become a national holiday?
The way Pope Francis has re-energized the Roman Catholic Church in just eight months is nothing short of astonishing. What might Mormon leaders learn from this example?
Our culture tries to tell us over and over again that having more things will give us more freedom, but the reverse is true.
Thank you, thank you to all the people who have followed The Twible from its beginnings as a quirky little Twitter novelty to its fruition as a full-fledged book. The book is out today!
Recent controversies about offensive content in books has me wondering how the Bible would fare under the same standards. Incest? Check. Rape? Check. Bestiality? Check . . .
I didn’t have readers for a very long time. As in, I didn’t have readers for *years*. So thank you for spending time with my book, and for being kind enough to let me know about it. I appreciate you more than I can say.
It’s that time of year again. Find the worst Christian book covers of 2013 (stylistically awkward, theologically bizarre, or just butt-ugly) and win a prize.