All Things Reconsidered: How Rethinking What We Know Helps Us Know What We Believe

All Things Reconsidered: How Rethinking What We Know Helps Us Know What We Believe

If we ask just one question, does everything fall apart? 

In All Things Reconsidered, popular podcaster Knox McCoy uses a unique blend of humor, pop culture references, and personal stories to show how a willingness to reconsider ideas can actually help us grow ourselves, our lives, and our beliefs. 

In this laugh-out-loud defense of reconsideration, Knox dives into topics like:


Are participation trophies truly the worst?
Is it really worth it to be a ride-or-die sports fan?
Do we believe in God because of the promise of heaven—or the threat of hell?
Does prayer work? Is anyone even there?
This book is the catalyst we need to courageously ask the questions that will lead to a deeper understanding of ourselves—and God. It’s time to start reconsidering.

Title:All Things Reconsidered: How Rethinking What We Know Helps Us Know What We Believe
ISBN:9780785220923
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  • Laura Tremaine

    Hilarious book of essays from my friend Knox McCoy. (FYI, there are a few chapters in here about faith and the Bible, but the majority of it is life and pop culture and with many laugh out loud moment...

  • Whitney Bak

    I had the pleasure of reading an advanced copy of this book provided to me by the publisher.While I was reading this book, I laughed aloud so many times that eventually my husband stopped asking me, "...

  • Melissa Tagg

    I really, really love and appreciate this book! As someone who has gone through a long season of reconsidering a LOT of things, this struck like a thousand chords in me. It’s the perfect balance of ...

  • Panda Incognito

    This book is a collection of comic anecdotes from Knox McCoy, a popular podcast speaker. Many of the chapters involve beliefs or assumptions that he has reconsidered, but this is a collection of funny...

  • Emilee (emileereadsbooks)

    Thank you to Netgalley and Thomas Nelson, W Publishing for the free digital copy.I need you to know that I’m a huge fan girl of The Popcast. I am a Patreon Best Friend of the Show. I listen to every...

  • Kimberly Thompson

    What a time to read this. It’s going into our fourthish month of coronavirus social-distancing. Anti-racism is a big deal as in the last few weeks George Floyd was killed by a white cop while three ...

  • Beth

    Highly recommended by Tsh Oxenreider: In this new book, Knox takes a look at the changes and reconsiderations we all go through in life as both okay — and honestly necessary. Let's just say I yes'd ...

  • Julie Anna (julieannareads)

    One of my favorite podcasters is back at it with a book of reconsiderations. Knox doesn’t use flowery language or lofty concepts that are hard to decipher. He writes from the heart and addresses sub...

  • Mom_Loves_Reading

    I wasn't sure how I'd feel about this book before I started it, but let me just say, there's a reason it (& McCoy's previous book, 'The Wondering Years') has a 5-star rating on Amazon...it's hilarious...

  • Jamele (BookswithJams)

    I have enjoyed The Bible Binge podcast by Knox McCoy and Jamie Golden for a while now, and when I saw Knox had a book coming out, I absolutely wanted to read it, and it did not disappoint. Knox spends...