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Scott Roberts

Author - Writer - Columnist - Blogger

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Chile Pepper Magazine

Chile Pepper Magazine

2011 - Present

Scott has also been a frequent contributor of numerous articles, recipes, pieces and blurbs dealing with spicy foods, hot sauce and BBQ, a re-occurring column called "Chile Chronicles", for Chile Pepper Magazine .

Chile Pepper is the largest nationally distributed publication on fiery foods and chile peppers, dedicated to spreading spice to chileheads and heat-loving foodies - from the novice to the hard-core - all over the planet. With each issue, we bring the zestiest recipes around, plus the low-down on the hottest new cooking equipment and products, the latest shows and events, tips from industry insiders and so much more.

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Scott Roberts Hot Sauce, Spicy Food & BBQ Blog

Scott Roberts Hot Sauce, Spicy Food & BBQ Blog

2007 - Present

Recognized as one of the biggest authorities in the fiery foods industry, Scott Roberts has formally reviewed over 1,200 different hot sauces, barbecue sauces, condiments and seasonings of all kinds, and has tasted between an estimated almost 4,000 sauces and spice mixes. Since 2007 Scott has maintained a prolific output of spicy product reviews, industry interviews with the top people and specialty manufacturers ranging from David Tran, CaJohn Hard, Mike Greening, Dave DeWitt, "Dr. BBQ" Ray Lampe and Dave Hirschkop, coverage and more for ScottRobertsWeb.com, which averages 190,000 unique visitors per month. Scott also maintains the most-followed Twitter account in the hot sauce industry, second only to Tabasco.

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Latest Blog Post


Book Review – Good Faith: Being a Christian When Society Thinks You’re Irrelevant and Extreme by David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons

October 09, 2017 at 8:30 pm by Scott Roberts

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Let’s face a sobering fact: We as followers of Jesus now dwell in a post-Christian world. In Western society, we are no longer the majority, therefore when it comes to related sociological constructs such as marriage, sex, politics, and morality in general, Christians – especially those of us in America – are losing the influence we once had in decades past.

So how are we as believers supposed to interact in society that’s exponentially growing and promoting things that are the antithesis of Christian thought and Christian values? That is a blazingly wonderful concept definitely is begging for more coverage in books and sermons.

David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons try to tackle this matter in their book “Good Faith: Being a Christian When Society Thinks You’re Irrelevant and Extreme.” Do they succeed at giving this crucial topic it deserves? Read on to find out…

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