The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

Slow down, and have your change ready

Since 1996

foolproductimage largeIf it's true that you always hurt the ones you love, Sye Ten Bruggencate has some pretty deep affection for the non-Christian folks around him

Burning Ember SB 90 “Make way for Mr. Bell, please.” Isn’t that Bob Bennett carrying his luggage?

An incarnation story for one of Revelation 11’s two witnesses

A Violent Grace 90Inspiring meditations on the cross of Christ for any time of the year

John 90 Developing an informed imagination is like gathering wood so that you can enjoy a fire.

Mark Gospel_of_Passion_90From Scandalon to commentaries, Card inspires deeper engagement with Scripture.

Matthew the Gospel of Identity 90Michael Card uses an economy of words to convey the essential in Matthew’s gospel of identity.

Michael Card's Luke as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothI have known him for years as a singer/songwriter, and more recently as an author, but more than ever this book shows how learned he is in the Scriptures.

Jason Carter Making InroadsIf taking to the road, why not tour the 'Axis of Evil'? Harp-guitarist Carter tells his global troubadour stories.

Good_News_for_Anxious_ChristiansLighten your burdens here. The book makes you evaluate what you believe, and can lead to a helpful desire to know the truth.

tara-leigh-cobble"Fear, regret, control, manipulation, shame-- those are all just manifestations of unbelief."

Bruce Cockburn, Rumours of Glory book. How many lives a can one man live at once? Rumours of Glory traces Cockburn’s story, detailing his music, faith, poetry, women and activism. It’s a fascinating trail and a valuable read – even for people who disagree with him.

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