Rumors Of God

Rumors Of God: Experience The Kind Of Faith You’ve Only Heard About

By: Darren Whitehead and Jon Tyson

Darren Whitehead and Jon Tyson have done a horrific job on this book. This book is a clear example of liberal theology in action. You can tell in the first few pages the book is garbage due to the fact that they tell the story of a “christian” woman who, in order to serve her community, got a job at a strip club helping the strippers prepare for their shows. And the alleged happy ending is a stripper saw sermon CDs then talked to one of the authors and got “saved” (I write saved like that since it’s clear the authors are rather confused about the Gospel so it’s not likely they know a Christian  when they see one as well as the fact she kept working at the strip club all be it in a non-nude roll) and the two started playing “christian” music at the strip club. Do I even need to say more? I could point out the other garbage and the false Gospel they present that makes salvation about how a person lives and not the Cross (yes, folks, that’s called liberalism). What a nightmare. But could we really expect more from a book that was endorsed by Bill Hybels? Run from this book!

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