Resources by Guy Layfield:
Guy Layfield Guy Layfield is a high school English teacher and a small group leader. He loves enjoying hiking, exploring, white water rafting, and almost any other type of adventurous sport with his wife Olivia. Guy graduated with his B.S. in Biblical Exposition with a double major in Youth & Family Ministry and a minor in counseling from Mid-Atlantic Christian University in 2009 and earned his M.A in Storytelling two years later from East Tennessee State. Guy has spent over a decade in youth, worship, and preaching ministry in southwestern New York and currently collaborates with Eternal Hope Ministries in Pakistan to spread the Gospel through virtual sermons.
Rising Above Religion: A Review of Richard Rohr’s ‘The Universal Christ’ What should Christians think about Richard Rohr’s influential The Universal Christ: How a Forgotten Reality Can Change Everything We See, Hope For, and Believe? Friar Rohr has a devoted following who view him as a spiritual guide. The Universal Christ continues to be praised widely and continues on bestselling lists. Should Christians view his success as... Guy Layfield
Is there Really a Transgender “Craze” Seducing our Daughters? A Review of Abigail Shrier’s ‘Irreversible Damage’ Although written in 2020, Irreversible Damage discusses one of the most important subjects in the world today: transgenderism and how the subject is addressed in middle schools and high schools. As a teacher, I was surprised to find that at least 10% of my biologically female students are now identifying as either male, non-binary, or... Guy Layfield
Is Complementarianism Oppressive? A Review of Beth Allison Barr’s The Making of Biblical Womanhood Beth Allison Barr’s recent book The Making of Biblical Womanhood: How the Subjugation of Women Became Gospel Truth is currently one of the bestselling religious books in the world. It is in Christianbook.com’s top 25 and on Amazon’s bestseller list. It currently has hundreds of Amazon reviews and has a 4.8/5 rating. Not only that,... Guy Layfield
Are White Evangelicals Responsible for Corrupting the Faith and Fracturing a Nation? A Review of “Jesus and John Wayne” One of the most popular and trending books in Christian circles right now is the book Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation by Kristin Kobes Du Mez of Calvin University. In an interview with Warren Smith of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, Du Mez describes her... Guy Layfield