We don’t do faith alone.

We take what other people offer in voice and on the page and we process. I’ve included this list of authors, books and bits because these are the conversations that have impacted me.


Stuff I read:

Francis S. Collins: The Language Of God

Karl Giberson: Saving Darwin

David Dark: The Sacredness Of Questioning Everything

Adrian Desmond & James Moore: Darwin’s Sacred Cause – How A Hatred Of Slavery Shaped Darwin’s Views On Human Evolution

Peter Enns: The Evolution of Adam – What The Bible Does And Doesn’t Say About Human Origins

Peter Enns: How The Bible Actually Works – *In Which I Explain How an Ancient, Ambiguous, and Diverse Book Leads Us To Wisdom Rather Than Answers – And Why That’s Great News

Kenneth R. Miller: Finding Darwin’s God – A Scientist’s Search For Common Ground Between God And Evolution

Andrew Parker: The Genesis Enigma – Why The Bible Is Scientifically Accurate

William B.F. Ryan & Walter C. Pittman: Noah’s Flood – The New Scientific Discoveries About The Event That Changed History

John H. Walton: The Lost World Of Genesis One – Ancient Cosmology And The Origins Debate

Gerald L. Schroeder: The Science Of God


More Stuff I Read:

Tony Jones: Did God Kill Jesus – Searching For Love In History’s Most Famous Execution

A.J. Jacobs: The Year Of Living Biblically

Anne Lamotte: Bird By Bird

Donald Miller: Blue Like Jazz

Alister McGrath: Mere Apologetics

Andrew Newberg, M.D., Eugene D’Aquili, M.D, Ph.D., & Vince Rause: Brain Science And The Biology Of Belief

Phillipp Jenkins: Jesus Wars – How Four Patriarchs, Three Queens, and Two Emperors Decided What Christians Would Believe for the Next 1,500 Years