At long last, Nancy Guthrie joins us in the studio this week! Nancy is a Bible teacher, host of Help Me Teach the Bible, and the author of many books, including the upcoming Saints and Scoundrels in the Story of Jesus, which we’ll talk about a bit next episode. But this week, we’re talking about a lot of different and important topics, including:
- Nancy’s history in publishing—from publicist to author—and how it made her a better writer
- Why we should thank the author of The Total Woman (Google that one, y’all) for encouraging Nancy to start writing
- Nancy’s rules for endorsing books
- The difference between being a theological thinker and being theologically driven
- The value of physical vs digital books as a learner
- Why your story may not be meant to be in a book—even if everyone is telling you to write one
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A few of the books we mentioned on this episode:
- Biblical Theology by Geerhardus Vos
- Understanding Dispensationalists by Vern Poythress
- Seinfeldia by Jennifer Keishin Armstrong
- Letters from a Nut by Ted L. Nancy
- Pilgrim at Tinker Creek by Annie Dillard
- Justice League: The Sixth Dimension by Scott Snyder & Jorge Jimenez
- The Wounded Heart by Dan Allender
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