This book will provide insight to the reader searching for a better understanding of the way Christianity applies to our day. It will bring inspiration to preachers who need to deal with tough issues and are looking for poignant illustrations to punctuate their message.
"Hal Warlick provides keen insights to contemporary issues. This is a book about values -- personal and societal. His thoughts cause me to re-examine and reconsider the absolutes of my inner being."
Robert L. Blocker
Dean School of Music Yale University
"Hal Warlick reveals to us that learning to live with limits is the way to a more expansive and fulfilling life. Warlick is a storyteller. His illustrations hold the reader and illumine the narrative."
Senior Minister First United Methodist Church San Diego, CA
"Harold Warlick's Living With Limits is precisely the kind of book we need for this confused, exasperating, yet exhilarating time in the life of the church. Instead of offering either despair or platitudes about the loss of traditional belief and value-structures, it shows us how to rejoice in the God who transcends historical ambiguities and to respond to the challenge of the times with a lilting imagination and a skip in our step. It ought to become a handbook for Christians in every denomination."
Distinguished Professor of Religion and Culture Samford University
Harold C. Warlick Jr., is Professor of Religion and Minister to the University at High Point University, High Point, North Carolina. He has served as both Director of Ministerial Studies and as a member of the faculty at Harvard Divinity School. He has pastored churches in South Carolina, Texas, and North Carolina. He holds degrees from Furman University (B.A.), Harvard Divinity School (S.T.B: ), and Vanderbilt Divinity School (D.Div.).