“A rare treat: a biblical scholar of first rank offers the fruit
of his own personal study, life experience, and prayerful
reflections. Clearly written, eminently practical, and based on a
wide range of sage traditions (Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish).
One does not have to agree with Scot in all the particulars to
see that he has produced a work of real value.” —Scott Hahn
“Make sure this new guide for living is on your shelf.” —Max
“Scot brings us into conversation with Jesus in the places and
conditions in which we live our ordinary lives.” —Eugene H.
"Scot has been a kind of secret weapon for my own education and
growth. Now he can be yours as well. This book will bring Jesus'
world and yours much closer together." —John Ortberg
"McKnight's book first came out 10 years ago. This is an
anniversary edition in which McKnight again asks not what the
creedal confessions of the Christian church have been throughout
its history but, rather, what Jesus' own creed might have been.
McKnight reduces that creed to loving God and loving
neighbor." —Bill Tammeus, KC Star Faith Matters blog
About the Author
Scot McKnight, Ph.D. is Professor of New Testament at Northern
Seminary and the author of The Jesus Creed, 40 Days Living the
Jesus Creed, and many other books. He lives with his wife,
Kristen, in the Chicago suburbs.