Around the World in 80 Days, Day 12: The Japanese Could Rule the World

It’s Around the World in 80 Days, Day 12! Larry dials in from Tokyo, Japan – a country of endless fascination that exudes an incredibly admirable work ethic, orderliness, and a strong sense of duty. But is there something missing? Larry called in to the Rick and Bubba Show today to discuss his impresssions in … Read more

Around the World in 80 Days, Day 2: First Call into The Eric Metaxas Show

#ATW80 Day 1 ended with Larry in Los Angeles, and tonight he makes the big jump across the Pacific. Which country will be first? Stay tuned to find out. While Larry’s en route, don’t miss his opening call into The Eric Metaxas Show in the Empire State Building, where he previews his Around the World … Read more

Socrates in the City at Labastide

“Socrates in the City” at Labastide

Good morning from Europe! As you may know, the annual Fixed Point Institute for Applied Apologetics (FPI) is well underway.  As mentioned in my previous post, this summer-long program in Europe is designed to shape the hearts and minds of students through the identification of spiritual gifts, the development of a good work ethic, the molding … Read more

The Fixed Point Institute

The Fixed Point Institute for Applied Apologetics

In 2015, we launched the The Fixed Point Institute for Applied Apologetics (FPI).  This summer-long program in Europe is designed to shape the hearts and minds of students through the identification of spiritual gifts, the development of a good work ethic, the molding of character, and the construction of a Christian worldview. Don’t confuse this … Read more

Publishers Weekly

Reviews of My Latest Book “The Faith of Christopher Hitchens”

My latest book, The Faith of Christopher Hitchens, hits bookstores everywhere in the USA April 12th (the UK and Australia on May 26th) and it has already garnered a lot of attention. Booklist gave it a coveted “starred review” saying: “Lively and loving, Taunton’s memoir of his surprising friendship could hardly be more enjoyably engrossing.” Publisher’s … Read more