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Find Jesus Where You Least Expect Him

Ryan Sanders is a pastor, writer, speaker, and journalist. And he’s an explorer: scouting God in art, literature, culture, sin, addiction, and relationships. Read a few stories from the blog and see if you don't glimpse the divine.

 

 

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Praise For Ryan's Upcoming Book Project — Unbelievable

Like a fish imagining life without in water, it’s hard as a person of faith to imagine not trusting the accounts in the Bible. But for a rapidly growing number of Americans, the plausibility of biblical record as history simply doesn’t exist, making the sharing of faith different than in decades past. Ryan Sanders has captured the dilemma and the solution to a fresh and gracious approach to engaging non-believers in the greatest story ever told.
— MARK MATLOCK, NATIONAL YOUTH MINISTRY SPEAKER
With passion and a fresh voice, Unbelievable offers us an opportunity: to be recaptured by the beauty and brilliance of the story of God. What Christians see from the inside with familiarity, the world sees from the outside with skepticism. This book is place where we can meet in the middle and rediscover the Good News.
— SCOTT McCLELLAN, AUTHOR, TELL ME A STORY
Ryan Sander’s new book “Unbelievable” is a creative new Christian apologetic that defangs the skeptics’ scoff that the stories of the Bible are unbelievable by amiably admitting that, yes they are! But scientific unbelievability does not necessarily mean a story is untrue, especially when that story is the one story which every great novel and movie and fairy tale of every great civilization in history retells! Rather, Ryan reintroduces us to “the Fairy Tale Gospel”, a story so beautiful that we cannot resist it because it is the ultimate myth come true and therefore the only story really worth believing. Please read “Unbelievable,” especially if you an unbeliever! You’ll find that it appeals to your intellect, but also to a part of you far deeper and more profound than mere intellect. It appeals to your heart a la Ecclesiastes 3:11.
— DR. ANDREW McQUITTY, SENIOR PASTOR, IRVING BIBLE CHURCH