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The Most Common Mistake of Christian Authors

Perhaps the most common mistake I see Christians make is secularizing a Christian book to capture a market. What is secularizing a book? Using worldly terms to appeal to a non-Christian audience. Attempting to attract the unsaved by lowering biblical standards as opposed to standing on Christian principles and uplifting what the Word of God […]

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Christian Writing

You are a Christian and you have a message or a story to tell. Should you write it? Would anyone buy it? Would it be worth the trouble? The short answer is: write it. It is impossible to understand the impact your writing can have on those around you. But even if the only person […]

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Christian Editing

The aim of a Christian Editor is somewhat different than that of any other editor. A Christian Editor wants to see a work glorify God and present the wonderfulness of Christ to a non-Christian and Christian audience. Christians have real answers to real problems in the world. A good Christian Editor wants to be part […]

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