Good friend of mine and fellow pastor, Nicholas Clark has posted an excellent review of my book Logizomai: A Reasonable Faith in an Unreasonable World on his blog Highly Exalted recently. Here are the first two paragraphs:
Kyle McDanell introduces the wider Christian audience to an important framework from which to live out our Christian lives. In his recently released book, Logizomai, McDanell covers a multitude of topics of cultural importance for today from the perspective of a Christian worldview. He asserts that we are all theologians, whether we realize it or not. We make statements everyday by our actions and sometime inactions and McDanell teaches us to evaluate those based on the gospel. McDanell uniquely takes the gospel and applies it to the various aspects of our culture and ways of thinking. We see a masterful connection between living out the gospel everyday as “salt and light,” and the post-modern American culture that we find ourselves so entrenched.
This book is good for any believer who is serious about thinking about life and how we live in light of the gospel. Logizomai will challenge your thinking and challenge the way you approach life at many different levels. The subtitle to this book, “A reasonable faith in an unreasonable world,” accurately describes what this book is about. It is no longer acceptable to take what the “preacher” says as gospel without going to the Gospels. This book will make you want to refer to the Scriptures and better understand this reasonable faith in a world that is ever so unreasonable.
Head over to his site and read the rest and much thanks to Nick for his kind words. I particuarly appreciate that he understood the book. That is one of the best compliments I can give and I am grateful for his careful reading of it.
Highly Exalted (Nicholas Clark) - Logizomai