While in exotic Minneapolis, sitting in a fancy executive lounge at our hotel, Dave and I had a chance to talk with Canadian blogger and author Tim Challies—and as soon as the mics were on, things got heated. Listen in as we discuss:
- If Aaron is still a Canadian
- The fluidity of the English language
- Trends that Tim’s seen in publishing over the last 15 years
- The benefit of visual theology
- Tim’s advice for aspiring authors
- What’s unique about American Christianity from an outsider’s perspective?
This episode is sponsored by Gospel-Centered Discipleship. On April 13th, GCD will host their 2020 Writer’s Intensive in Louisville KY (right before T4G) featuring Ronnie Martin, Jonathan Dodson and Jared C. Wilson. Learn more and register at gcdiscipleship.com/writers-intensive.
A few of the books we mentioned on this episode:
- A Wild Sheep Chase by Haruki Murakami
- Whatever Happened to the Gospel of Grace? by J. M. Boice
- The Holiness of God by R.C. Sproul
- Ashamed of the Gospel by John MacArthur
- The Body by Bill Bryson
- Land of Hope by Wilfred McClay
- Company of One by Paul Jarvis
- Legacy of Ashes by Tim Weiner
- The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment and Epic by Tim Challies
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