The River of Life by Lee Harmon (Review)

In his first two books, Lee Harmon took a creative approach to biblical interpretation.  Rather than a usual commentary, he wrote stories set in the days of the beginning of Christianity.  Through these stories, he illustrated how the gospel of John and the book of Revelation may have come to be written.  Both books are…

John’s Gospel – The Way it Might Have Happened?

About 2/3 of the way through his book John's Gospel: The Way it Happened, Lee Harmon writes, "John promotes the idea that literalists and non-literalists may coexist" (202).  This statement shows the hopefulness behind Lee's writing, a hopefulness that Christians of different theological persuasions could lay aside, or maybe even embrace, their differences and work…

Revelation: The Way it Happened (A Review)

I grew up in an evangelical Christian culture that is obsessed with the final book of the Bible, Revelation.  People in my family and church often spoke of Revelation as the blueprint for the end-times, which are certainly going to happen soon.  This fervor increased with the release of the Left Behind book series.  These…