Tom talks about his amazing new book, Confessions of a Secular Jesus Follower: Finding Answers in Jesus for Those Who Don’t Believe.
Tom Krattenmaker writes regularly for USA Today’s op-ed page as a member of the newspaper’s editorial Board of Contributors. His column-writing was honored by the American Academy of Religion in its 2009 Journalism Awards program, receiving praise for challenging popular misconceptions about evangelicals “and showing that something new, something more complex and subtle is going on — a great goal for religion commentary.” His work has also appeared in recent years in Salon, The Los Angeles Times, The Oregonian, Beliefnet, The Huffington Post, and The Philadelphia Inquirer.
He is also a writer specializing in religion in public life and author of Onward Christian Athletes, on Christianity in professional sports The book was a winner in ForeWord Review’s 2009 book awards and a finalist in the Oregon Book Awards. Tom’s second book, The Evangelicals You Don’t Know, released in April 2013, was a winner in the best books competition of the Religion Newswriters Association in 2014.
Also his numerous media appearances include Fox & Friends, the documentary Lord Save Us From Your Followers, National Public Radio, The New York Times “Idea of the Day” website, ESPN’s “Outside the Lines,” the Christian Broadcasting Network, The Nation, Christianity Today, Air America, the Michael Smerconish Show, the Michael Medved Show, Portland Monthly, and radio networks/stations including Fox, the Canadian Broadcasting Company, and numerous regional and local outlets.
Here in Texas, all your cousins, and your Uncle Harry, and I (Aunt Aggie) are all proud of you.
Thank you Aggie, I let Tom know!