FRESH LIGHT ON THE JESUS WAY

IT'S IRONIC that the phenomenal success of Eugene Peterson's translation of the Bible, The Message, has drawn attention away from his other books, which carry their own exhilarating messages about the Bible's relevance to life in today's world.

The latest of them to reach bookstores is The Jesus Way: A conversation on the ways that Jesus is the way. Peterson says his goal was to write not only about the actual geographical path that Jesus walked in Palestine in the first century, but the way many others have "walked" in a wide-ranging historical and theological landscape that is large enough for us to see Jesus whole.

June 18, 2007
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