57. Lies Christians Believe
We’ve all heard (or said) something like “I could never forgive [insert name here],” “believe in yourself,” or any of the other popular sayings we’ve explored in recent weeks on this podcast. As we bring our series on popular sayings to a close, Brian and Aaron are joined by Shane Pruitt, to discuss why these sayings are so pervasive and explore a couple of them in this week’s episode of The Hero of the Story.
About our guest
Shane Pruitt and his wife, Kasi, live near Dallas, Texas, with their five children. Pruitt has been in ministry for more than 17 years as a denominational leader, church planter, and traveling communicator. He holds a B.S. in biblical studies and a PhD in Christian counseling. Shane serves as Director of Evangelism for the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention. A popular blogger, Pruitt has written for Relevant, Christianity Today, the Christian Post, ChurchLeaders.com and other online journals. Shane’s book, 9 Common Lies Christians Believe, is available now at LifeWay.com and wherever books are sold.
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