"Stan Grenz has a great capacity for making the intricacies
of Christian belief accessible. There is a real hunger among
us for this kind of theological reflection related to life
concerns. Grenz not only knows his Christian theology, but
he is able to express it in a way that is engaging, understandable,
--William H. Willimon, Dean of the Chapel and Professor of
Christian Ministry, Divinity School, Duke University
"Stan Grenz has moved beyond the stale arguments over
questions no one is asking anymore. This book presents Christianity
as a fresh response to the confusing new issues of our day."
--M. Craig Barnes, Ph.D., pastor, National Presbyterian Church,
"Stan Grenz raises the questions that Christian believers
really wonder about. In a contemporary world where 'anything
goes,' he gives confident expression to the bedrock of Christian
faith. Here is a book of encouragement for Christian believers
and invitation to those searching for the truth."
--Leanne Van Dyk, Associate Professor of Theology, San Francisco
"Stan Grenz exposes much popular spirituality as the
odd blend of existential angst and vaporous, warmed-over Hinduism
it really is. But is 'all is God' and 'you and I are God',
that leaves the world a boring place with little hope for
either world peace or finding a plumber on a weekend. Over
against these vain imaginings of our divinity, Grenz boldly
asserts our true humanity and introduces the Christian path
to knowing the God beyond ourselves."
--David Neff, executive editor, Christianity Today.