Synopses & Reviews
In the inaugural volume of this important annual series, editor John Wilson brings together an elegant and engaging array of essays by contemporary Christian luminaries. These distinguished writers distill the riches of Christian belief into lucid explorations of faith and truth, offering diverse works that reflect the many dimensions of Christianity as it moves into its third millennium.
- A thought-provoking introduction by Philip Yancey, author of the bestselling The Jesus I Never Knew
- Harvey Cox's pointed depiction of The Market as God
- Alasdair Macintyre on morality and desire in The Recovery of Moral Agency?
- Religion and the Shape of National Culture, Robert Bellah's surprising inquiry into the sacramental imagination
- Eugene Peterson's Wise Teachers, Sound Teaching, a gentle instruction on healthy thinking and believing
- Dallas Willard on Jesus' intellectual power in Jesus the Logician
- A Cold Day in December, Frederica Mathewes-Green's lyrical reflection on God as suffering parent
- A tale of grace and guidance from Larry Woiwode, The Feel of Internal Bleeding
Offering testimony and prayer, debate and benediction, The Best Christian Writing 2000 is a revealing and inspiring look at religious faith in the modern world.
About the Author
John Wilson is the editor of Books & Culture, the Christian review of literature, and editor-at-large for its parent magazine, Christianity Today.