#88 – Benefit of the Doubt by Greg Boyd (My 100 Favorite Books)

If you've never doubted your faith, I'd say you're lying or you've never spent much time thinking about it.  I suppose people of all faiths doubt whether their understanding of the world is true or not.  I'd even say any honest atheist would have to have some doubt whether they can know for sure there … Continue reading #88 – Benefit of the Doubt by Greg Boyd (My 100 Favorite Books)

#95 – The Next Christendom by Philip Jenkins (My 100 Favorite Books)

This book makes the list for being one of the first books I read that helped expand my understanding of the diversity and largeness of the Christian tradition.  Jenkins shows how Christianity has numerically exploded in the Global South since 1900.  He also shows, and goes into more depth in future books (which are also … Continue reading #95 – The Next Christendom by Philip Jenkins (My 100 Favorite Books)

Stephen King, CS Lewis and Believing Fantastic Things

Stephen King's novel Salem's Lot is the story of how vampires destroy a small town.  In the midst of this, some characters figure out what is going on and try to rouse the town to fight back.  They run into many obstacles, such as skepticism.  At one point a priest, Father Callahan, is trying to … Continue reading Stephen King, CS Lewis and Believing Fantastic Things