Ken and Abby are happy to announce that prior to the final book release we will be discussing the subject of the book and its background with Ben Umnus and his program- TCP- The Christian Perspective. The following is an except from TCP’s website-
What is TCP_Radio?
The Christian Perspective Radio Program (which is what the TCP in TCP_Radio stands for), is a show hosted by Ben Umnus Tuesday and Thursdays. Ben speaks of the current buzz, political commentary, reflecting on cultural trends, and all that other “important” stuff people like to ramble on about. Nothing is off the table for discussion, conditioned the show remains clean and respectful; TCP Radio though Christian based is friendly to people of all walks of life. TCP_Radio welcomes guest interviews and has had guests such as Ken Ham, Ben Kinchlow, Bruce Marchiano, and Marilyn Hickey on the program. Mr. Umnus also writes various topics (some similar in content to what you may hear on the radio program) including Book and movie reviews, food critiques, sports predictions/commentary, theological discussion, etc. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please let Ben know.
We are excited to have a conversation with Ben and we welcome any calls from the public. Thanks, and God Bless,
Please visit the following link to hear Ken discuss the book and the ideas and goals of the book project-
(my portion begins around Minute #50)
Please note that this talk radio show’s format is American politics and society and it has a conservative/ Tea Party flair.
I’d like to thank Sally and those at American Statesman for the opportunity to share a preview of our book.
We are grateful to have a talented artist, Joel Kutyloski, as illustrator for the book. Joel’s renditions will be featured within the book and chapter pages, as well as on the front cover. Two examples of his work are within.
If anyone would like to speak with Joel directly about any sketch or illustration needs, he is available and flexible. Joel’s direct email is email@example.com.
Thanks, and God Bless,
After compiling our surveyed list of the Top 20 Most Influential Christians, it is interesting to look at what is perceived as the more important and crucial eras within Christianity. Please note the following breakdown:
Leading in “popularity” is the 16th Century (which happens to be the time of the Reformation, and counter-Reformation)
Next is the 19th Century.
Followed by the 20th Century (??) and the 4th Century (a tie)
And rounding up the rankings were a tie between the 5th, 13th, 14th, 17th, and 18th Centuries.
What does this teach us or show us? One has to conclude that either the last 200 years were (nearly) the most important and influential in all of Christian history OR today’s pastor/ minister/ Christian teacher is placing perhaps too much influence on these more recent decades and centuries.
This is just one of the debates that we hope to promote as we get closer to the publishing date of the book. Thanks for reading, as always.