- Things Unseen by Leonard Allen
- Same Kind of Different As Me by Hall and Moore
- The Hole in Our Gospel by Richard Stearns
Now, I pass along a fourth recommendation: God Work by Randy Harris.
God Work will become a "how to sort through the religious maze" for every serious Bible student. Of course, Randy is such cornbread irony. He masks his brilliance by his aw-shuckness which all who know him love about him.
God Work includes good humor; but its message is sobering....and, indeed, helpful. It is a breath of fresh air for the young and the old as we wrestle with the honorable truth of God. I think the magic of Randy lies within his appropriate high regard for God combined with his acute awareness of man's ridiculosicity.
Sometimes we come over the hilltop to an ah-ha moment which pleases our eyes as well as our hearts. That's how I feel about God Work. I think you will, too.