The latest edition of the critically acclaimed annual series featuring the best Christian authors
This fourth volume of the series brings together an engaging collection of essays by Christian luminaries. These highly accessible essays provide an excellent overview of the range and depth of current Christian thinking, offering lucid explorations of faith and trust, and displaying the " unity in diversity" evident in today s leading Christian writers. These well-crafted and often provocative writings will charm and challenge readers as they seek to live their faith in the contemporary world. As John Wilson puts it, " This collection of Christian writing is for anyone who acknowledges the dilemma of being human. . . . What you will find in these essays is Christianity in its natural habitat, which is the whole world with all its beauty and suffering, its simplicity and complexity, its clarity and its muddle."
John Wilson (Chicago, IL) is an editor-at-large at Christianity Today and Editor in Chief of its Christian review of literature, Books and Culture. Miraslov Volf (New Haven, CT) is Henry B. Wright Professor of Theology at Yale Divinity School and author of Exclusion and Embrace, winner of the 2002 Louisville Grawemeyer Award in Religion.