If you are an avid blogger then you’ve probably heard about the latest edition of Pagan Christianity by Frank Viola and George Barna. The first edition of Pagan Christianity was written solely by Frank Viola (as far as I know), Barna is included in the second edition.

The book, Pagan Christianity, is all about answering the question, Why do we do what we do? As many of you know, I am a big fan of asking this question. From what I’ve been told and have read about Pagan Christianity, Viola (and now Barna) provide excellent research that can and will help us answer some of this often hard hitting question.

Of course this book has also caused a huge stir among those who are not interested in questioning their traditions. As you can imagine, there has been much mud hurled at Viola and Barna. Whenever I see traditionalists getting a little ancy, it peaks my interest.

As soon as I am able to get a copy of the book I will write a review of it. I am not sure when I will get a copy, but when I do, I think I’ll review each chapter. Until then, here are some links to other blogs talking about and reviewing this book.

The M Blog – “Pagan Christianity” by Frank Viola and Georga Barna

Kingdom Grace – 2 Weeks of Pagan Christianity

The Assembling of the Church – Living in the necessary

Kruse Kronicle – “Pagan Christianity” Book Review