Becky Garrison, religious satirist and senior contributing editor for The Wittenberg Door, is taking a stand. Where most Christians assume the character of the Cowardly Lion chanting, "I do believe, I do believe, I do believe," Garrison refuses to simply thrust tracts at these self-proclaimed infidels.
Instead, Garrison steels her pen and takes on the ungodly program of the New Atheists, skewering each argument with her sharp satiric wit. Garrison turns aside the atheists' assault without ignoring its real criticisms, namely, the church's inadequate response to war, evolution, medical ethics, social justice, and other important issues in the post-9/11 world.
|About the Contributor(s)|| Becky Garrison
Becky Garrison serves as Senior Contributing Editor for The Wittenburg Door, the oldest, largest, and only religious satire magazine in the United States. Her additional writing credits include work for The New York Times, The Tonight Show, Relevantmagazine.com, and Christian Retailing. Garrison also contributes to The Ooze and blogs on God's Politics. She has a dual Master of Divinity/Social Work degree from Yale University and Columbia University, and an undergraduate degree in theater arts from Wake Forest University.
|Release Date||Jan 1, 2008|