Prodigal Christianity: Why We Wrote This Book

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Evidently the kindle version of Prodigal Christianity hit the market yesterday. So in celebration, I post this video Holsclaw and I did (while sitting in McDonald’s) on why we wrote this book.

 

 

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5 comments on “Prodigal Christianity: Why We Wrote This Book
  1. Michael J. says:

    David, there is a moment in this video, when you repeat, “regurgitated theology,” I heard Jack Nicholson, yes and you even had sort of that look. LOL Looks like a good read and hopefully “re-act” in our world.

  2. davidfitch says:

    Michael J.,
    I get the Jack Nicholson thing alot …just hope it doesn’t give people nightmares.
    DF

  3. Alex says:

    Book sounds amazing! Can’t wait to read it.

  4. Bill Jacobsen says:

    When you said “bi-polar” I thought of the bridge you are trying to build over the gulf between intellectual theology and praxis and I applaud your effort to speak to the practitioners with intellectual integrity. Looking forward to the read.

  5. Great promo viedo for your book and best wishes for its success.

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David Fitch
Betty R. Lindner Professor of Theology
Northern Seminary
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