Coverage of PP outside the blog world.
A conversation with Janet Mefferd, primarily focused on why Noble's Commandments sermon is so important.
You have broken all the commandments, but the good news is that Jesus kept them.
Everything your pastor says has to be defended by Scripture, and if it's not, you should lovingly confront your pastor. Scripture is really what matters and we don't have the right, nor should we have the inclination, to try and change that.
Jeff Bercovici from Forbes.com writes about the reasons Result Source closed its website down and how the efforts to land on the NYT bestseller list has affected Christian publishing.
“I think it’s going to affect this whole business model of how these authors cash in on their fame,” Duncan says. “They bill themselves as bestselling authors for the rest of their lives after having paid their congregations’ tax free money to Result Source.”
Janet Mefferd and I talk about the ethical and legal implications of celebrity pastor book deals. Interview starts about 7 minutes into the show.
A conversation with David Lowman at KPDQ in Portland about vision casting and related topics. Segment starts at around 10 minutes.
I talk with Janet Mefferd about how Steven Furtick manipulated book sales to appear on the New York Times bestseller list. Interview starts about 20 minutes into the show.