"Clear, provocative, and sympathetic, this book opens fresh windows for the imagination and fresh perspectives on the figure of Jesus as the one on whom all our human hopes for joy and reconciliation can converge." Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury
"With all the customary grace and conversational style his readers have come to expect, Greg Garrett delivers again. Powerfully persuasive and a delight for the mind and soul to consider." Phyllis Tickle, author of The Great Emergence and The Divine Hours.
"Greg Garrett is both a gifted writer and a deeply thoughtful follower of Christ. Whenever I read his work, I find a rare and moving mix of honestysometimes painful honestyand tested hope, each made more vulnerable by the other." Brian D. McLaren, pastor, activist, and author of A New Kind of Christian, A Generous Orthodoxy, and The Secret Message of Jesus