>Six "Christian" Books That Never Saw The Light Of Day

randomlychad  —  February 11, 2011 — Leave a comment

>Banned book week display.photo © 2006 San Jose Library | more info (via: Wylio)

The following are six Christian books that, thankfully, either never saw the light of day, or were heavily revised before their eventual publication:

A Million Mules & A Thousand Ears: A Drugrunner’s Maize by James Frey

The “Jesus” Seminar: Resistance Is Futile by Marcus of Borg

Antony Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest by Gary Habermas

Grey Goose Chase: One Wild Night by Mark Batterson

Sabbatical: Taking A Timeout by David Platt

Dipstick Churchianity by Brett McCracken

That’s all for now! Thanks for indulging me! As before, this was all in fun. To learn more about the subjects referenced, or actual books worth reading, click the links (non-affiliate).




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