Chad Gibbs, former baby, is the best-selling (Okay, regional best-selling) author of God & Football: Faith an Fanaticism in the SEC. He has written for CNN, The Washington Post, and RELEVANT Magazine, and has made multiple (Okay, three) appearances on ESPN. Gibbs and a fellow mammal reside in Alabama with their offspring and two canines that are not their offspring. Website: www.chadgibbs.com
Gibbs's first book marks him as an author to watch, for both readers of the sports and religious genres.
Theology lite, but nevertheless interesting thoughts for the genuine believer who also wants to reconcile his faith with his passion for sports.
All in all, this is a very entertaining, funny and sometimes downright hilarious book, well written and with many nice little stories in it.
Wonderful book that strikes close to home with its humourous approach to the love of football and God in the American south. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Alley Vance
I have a world of respect for the author fir taking on such a challenging topic but this book was poorly written. It felt a bit "anecdote"-like and a bit clichéd.Published 17 months ago by Brian
Bought this as a surprise for my God and SEC loving husband. He was quite thrilled to receive this as a gift and enjoys reading it. GEAUX TIGERS!Published 19 months ago by Kristi
Very funny, accurate and poignant, especially near the end.
Chad did a great job of capturing the passion for football and God in the Southeast and the SEC.
Having never lived in a state without an SEC team, having lived in the shadow of two SEC schools, having a son named William Bryant, having been the sports editor of my high school... Read morePublished on January 2, 2013 by Preacher C
Chad nails Southerners feel about God & their football in a humorous way that hits home with many truths that people will recognize in themselves & others. Read morePublished on August 21, 2012 by Ann
A fun read - especially enjoyable for the college football fan - moreso still for the SEC football fan who "gets" the fanaticism inherent in following an SEC team. Read morePublished on December 27, 2011 by bsullyok
It is very rare to find a book with a Christian message that you feel you could hand to a non-Christian friend and say, "You'll enjoy this. Read morePublished on August 17, 2011 by E. Prioleau Alexander