Review: Another Gospel

Review: Another Gospel

There is much talk in evangelical churches today about professing Christians—usually, high profile professing Christians—undergoing a process of “deconstruction” whereby they come to question, and often completely abandon, their faith. Some try to maintain a claim to...
Review: Talking Back to Purity Culture

Review: Talking Back to Purity Culture

When I saw Rachel Welcher inviting people to join a book launch team to promote her forthcoming book—Talking Back to Purity Culture: Rediscovering Faithful Christian Sexuality—I was a little sceptical. The book is billed as a response to “purity culture’s complicated...
Review: Not Forsaken

Review: Not Forsaken

I first came across Jennifer Michelle Greenberg when someone I follow on Twitter recommended hers as a thoughtful but funny account to follow. I quickly learned that she had recently written a book: Not Forsaken, published by the Good Book Company. The opening...
Review: Unfollow

Review: Unfollow

It began in 1991. A local independent Baptist Church in Kansas began picketing at a nearby park popular with gay men. Citing Romans 1:32, the protestors paraded handmade signs proclaiming that gays deserve death. The church’s pastor, Fred Phelps, had taught his small...
Review: What’s a Girl Worth?

Review: What’s a Girl Worth?

American lawyer and one-time amateur gymnast, Rachael Denhollander, was the first woman to publicly accuse Larry Nassar, former USA Gymnastics doctor, of sexual assault. What’s a Girl Worth? My Story of Breaking the Silence and Exposing the Truth about Larry Nassar...
Review: The Case for Christ

Review: The Case for Christ

In April 2017, Pure Flix Entertainment and Triple Horse Studios released The Case for Christ, a feature film based on Lee Strobel’s 1998 best-selling book of the same name. The story follows Lee, an atheist journalist, who sets out to disprove the historic claims of...