Why men kill in God’s name

By David Murrow on June 14, 2016

It starts when a man says to himself four fateful words: God needs my help.

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Try my newest book for 99 cents

By David Murrow on May 18, 2016

In this book I tell the story of the darkest days in my marriage.

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Must Christians disregard their personal security?

By David Murrow on December 2, 2015

Does suspicion reveal a lack of faith? If we really trusted Jesus, wouldn’t we open our borders and let every hurting person in?

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Why Jesus was mad all the time

By David Murrow on April 9, 2015

Is Jesus giving us a green light to blast our opponents? To call people names? To nurse ancient grudges?

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Before he was nailed he was screwed

By David Murrow on March 30, 2015

Even before the nails pierced Jesus’ hands and feet, Christ faced a cascade of betrayals. Pardon my blunt language: before he was nailed he was screwed.

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I’ve finally found the perfect church

By David Murrow on July 30, 2014

After years of searching I’ve finally found the perfect church. Let me tell you about it.

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Why Prominent Christian Men are Abandoning the Local Church

By David Murrow on February 19, 2014

Many of society’s most prominent Christian men don’t go to church at all, according to Dr. Michael Lindsay, who interviewed 360 of America’s best-known evangelicals, 90 percent of whom were men.

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Christian Exceptionalism and Men

By David Murrow on January 8, 2014

No doctrine makes us more noxious to non-believers than the belief that Christians are the only ones going to heaven.

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Our Grandfather, which art in Heaven

By David Murrow on November 6, 2013

Do you believe in the real God? Or have you created a fantasy god inside your head?

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Stogies for Jesus

By David Murrow on April 3, 2013

“Men having a cigar, discussing Godly principles, and encouraging each other.”

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