American Christians are constantly bombarded by images and messages that claim to represent true Christianity. But learning how to argue against the latest liberal transgression, embracing the current Christian media darling, or even singing the right Christian music won’t translate into an unshakable, authentic belief in Jesus Christ as Savior.
When Scott Douglas found that his own image of Jesus was based more on culture than on fact, he wanted more. Join his search for the 100% organic, additive-free Jesus as he gently pokes fun at the culture that has grown up around Christianity. Entertaining, historically informative, and genuine, #OrganicJesus will serve as both a wake-up call and a guide to lead you to a faith rooted in truth, not hype.
Scott Douglas is a librarian, and a writing instructor for Gotham Writers Workshop. He is the author of Quiet, Please: Dispatches from a Public Librarian, and has been a regular contributor to The Wittenburg Door and Ignite Your Faith magazines. His Bible tweets — called “tweetvangelism” by TIME magazine — have 4,400 dedicated followers. Douglas also wrote a regular column for the popular McSweeney’s online magazine.
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