Introducing Frank Viola

I am preparing the new blog site to go live. This is not my new blog design. I was forced to update the look here on Blogger due to technical difficulties, which is fine because I love the new look.

I find myself needing to write the most important things I have written yet. I will temporarily be turning my energy away from the study of Hebrews, and towards the new project in order to give it my full attention.

This seems like the perfect opportunity to run a repeat of the most popular posts of all time. This post titled Introducing Frank Viola was originally published on September 1, 2013:

If you have never heard of Christian author, blogger, teacher Frank Viola, then I would like this opportunity to introduce you to him. He is a strong presence in my life, and even though we have never met personally, I consider him not just a brother in Christ but also a friend.

Here is a little bit about Frank from his own website:

Most Christians know that something is wrong with contemporary Christianity. They want to break free from the tyranny of the status quo. The two alternatives that dominate Christian culture today is spiritual complacency on the one hand or performance-based religiosity on the other.

Modern-day Christianity is 10 miles wide and one inch deep.

You can read more about him here:


Here are a handful of his most recent popular blog posts:

Bono on Jesus


The Rick Warren tragedy


John Lennon on Jesus


Don’t believe everything you hear


An interview with N.T. Wright


And my personal favorite:

Why Calvinists live like Arminians & Arminians pray like Calvinists



You will now be able to find him on my links page as well.