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John Shore Christian Blog and Commentary

10 Ways Christians Fail to be Christian and Other Such Essays

  • John Shore
    Besides here on Crosswalk, John blogs on JohnShore.com.
  • 2011 May 16
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10 Ways Christians Fail To Be Christian and Other Such Essays is my new e-book, available for $2.99 as a Kindle book and Nook Book. It comprises revisions of twenty-seven of my best/most popular blog posts on the general subject of its title (being also the title of the first piece in the book, doncha know). Those posts are:

10 Ways Christians Fail to Be Christian

I, The Comfortably Cursing Christian

Evangelist, or Ego-Driven Meddler?

The Myth of the Christian Eunuch

No One Really Walks and Talks with Jesus

The Fearsome Song of the True Believer

Evangelicals and Muslims: Both Love Jesus

"Is the Devil Making Me Believe in a False Liberal God?"

When Bad Emotions Happen to Good Christians

How Is "Convert, You Sinner!" Loving?

Christians: Don't Too Readily Dismiss Atheists/Rationalists

If You Heed Paul on Gays, Heed Jesus on Money

Conservative and Liberal Christians: Winning! Losing!

Beyond the Christianization of Abortion

Thank God You Don't Know God

"God Can Love Me; God Can Send Me To Hell. But He Can't Do Both."

Does the Holy Spirit Slip People the Tongue?

Zealous, Zealot, Fanatic

Does Homeschooling Make the Grade?

And Verily Did They All Then Shutteth the [Bleep] Up

Accosted by a Christian

A Christian Asks: "They're Doing Yoga At My Job. Should I Join In?"

Listen to God; Screw the Rest

Church Authority, Smurch Schmashmority

The Joy of Hell

Certainty in Christ: A Blessing-And A Curse

What Non-Christians Want Christians to Hear