Walking in the Faith

Living Out Your Christian Faith in a Secular World



  1. Preston Sprinkle, A People To Be Loved, Book Review, Walking in the Faith
    20 Sep, 2016
    A Review of: A People To Be Loved by Preston Sprinkle
    Last night, I finished reading the book A People to Be Loved_ Why Homosexuality is Not Just An Issue by Preston Sprinkle. I've been listening to Preston's podcast, Theology in the Raw, for a few months and I enjoy it, so I was excited to finally delve into one on his books. I must say, I wasn't disappointed. Preston's commitment to finding out what the Bible says about a specific topic is to be commended and we need more Christians who are willing to check their biases at the door and say,
  2. Andy Bannister, Apologetics, Atheism, The Atheist Who didn't Exist, Book Review, Walking in the Fait
    03 Aug, 2016
    Andy Bannister's The Atheist Who Didn't Exist
    I've decided that as part of this blog, I'm going to discuss certain resources I find that deal with apologetics, the Bible, Christian living, prayer, or anything else I tend to post about. First up is a book I just finished reading, The Atheist Who Didn't Exist, by Andy Bannister. I loved this book. Bannister has his PhD and is very intelligent, but the book is written in a conversational tone that makes it easy to read without feeling like you're reading. A lot of scholarly literature can be