15: Reviewing 2013 and Anticipating 2014

In this episode we take a look back at 2013 and a look forward to 2014. We also talk about the different books on our desks, where they’d like the discussion to go in 2014, and what we’re hoping the podcast will be.

More than ever we’d like feedback from you, our listeners on what you’re getting out of these podcasts and if you are finding them helpful. We are particularly curious if you like our chapter-by-chapter approach through Not a Fan or it’s too hard to follow them if you haven’t read the book.  We’d also love input from our listeners on where they are coming from and suggestions as to where we should go next.

Here are some of the books we mentioned today. Note: just because we mention a book doesn’t mean we agree with everything in it or think you should too.  If you’ve read any of these we’d love to know your thoughts and ideas we should cover in future episodes from them.

Not a Fan, by Kyle Idleman.

Crazy Love, by Francis Chan.

The Ragamuffin Gospel, by Brennan Manning.

The Shack, by William P Young.

He Loves Me, by Wayne Jacobsen.

The Misunderstood God: The Lies Religion Tells About God, by Darin Hufford.

Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God, by Henry T. Blackaby.

The Knowledge of the Holy, by A. W. Tozer.

The Road Less Traveled: A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth, by M. Scott Peck.

With or Without God: Why the way we live is more important than what we believe, by Gretta Vosper.

The Day Metallica Came to Church: Searching for the everywhere God in everything, by John Van Sloten.

Only a Theory: Evolution and the Battle for America’s Soul, by Kenneth R. Miller.

a Catechism, by C. H. Spurgeon.

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