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Jul 01, 2008


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Another scholar punches holes in Ben Witherington’s review of Pagan Christianity. http://www.paganchristianity.org/zensresponds1.htm
This is a pretty amazing response.



Anyone carping and whining about the "radical" Restoration movement while reviewing a book highly questionable. I am not sure if that post is even a "review" so why would anyone bother to answer?

There is nothing radical about truth - or maybe to Witherington everything is radical. Hard to say!


The sequel to “Pagan Christianity?” is out now. It’s called “Reimagining Church”. It picks up where “Pagan Christianity” left off and continues the conversation. (“Pagan Christianity” was never meant to be a stand alone book; it’s part one of the conversation.) “Reimagining Church” is endorsed by Leonard Sweet, Shane Claiborne, Alan Hirsch, and many others. You can read a sample chapter at http://www.ReimaginingChurch.org. It’s also available on Amazon.com. Frank is also blogging now at http://frankviola.wordpress.com/

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