An Emergent Manifesto of Hope by Doug Pagitt and Tony Jones (Editors)

An Emergent Manifesto, one of the latest and most important documents from the emergent camp, is a lot to digest. Edited by two key leaders in the movement, it contains twenty-five chapters, each written by a different emergent author. The diversity of the movement is evident from the background and ministries of these authors who […]

Adventures in Missing the Point by Brian McLaren & Tony Campolo

In separately written chapters, these contemporary authors criticize the evangelical community for missing the point on everything from evangelism to social action to women in ministry to homosexuality to truth to salvation to the Bible and virtually every thing in between. If you are a regular reader of McLaren you will discover that he is […]

A New Kind of Christian by Brian D. McLaren

A New Kind of Christian is the best known and most popular book in a new genre of Christian literature, which is unashamably postmodern (see also our review of Blue Like Jazz). By this I mean not just that it is written for a postmodern culture (it is), in a postmodern form (the story format […]

A Generous Orthodoxy by Brian D. McLaren

A Generous Orthodoxy is probably the best explanation (if you want to call it that) of the emerging church. The subtitle says it all: “WHY I AM A missional + evangelical + post/protestant + liberal/conservative + mystical/poetic + biblical + charismatic/contemplative + fundamentalist/calvinist + anabaptist/anglican + methodist + catholic + green + incarnational + depressed-yet-hopeful […]

A Call to Spiritual Reformation by D. A. Carson

Throughout my life I have read dozens of the best Christian books on prayer, but when I am asked to recommend a good book on prayer I draw a blank. I could offer books filled with examples of great men and women of prayer; books that explain the details and puzzles of prayer; books that […]