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C. Baxter Kruger is the Director of Perichoresis, an international ministry sharing the good news of our adoption in Christ with the world. He and his wife Beth have been married for 25 years and have four children. He earned his Doctor of Philosophy degree under Professor James B. Torrance in Aberdeen, Scotland. Baxter is the author of seven books, including The Great Dance and Jesus and the Undoing of Adam, and teaches across the United States, Canada and Australia. He is an avid outdoorsman and holds two United States patents for his fishing lure designs. He is the founder and President of Mediator Lures.
Across All Worlds is a superb book which I personally shall be recommending, as I have his other Perichoresis publications, wherever I go. Professor Alan J. Torrance, University of St. Andrews, Scotland
Jesus Christ is not a doctrine, but a person who knows his Father. Across All Worlds takes this ancient truth and reality of Christ in us and breaches Western cognitive duality to help us engage our hearts and our bodies in Jesus relationship with us. Bruce Wauchope, M.D. Adelaide, Australia
All that Dr. Kruger writes is rooted in the unswerving belief that the Father, Son and Spirit are not interested in some theoretically perfected humankind but rather cares deeply about each one of us here and now, in our flesh, in our daily world. David Jennings, Attorney, Vancouver, B. C.
For those who are compelled to kick at the darkness till it bleeds daylight, Baxter Krugers Across All Worlds is a steel toed boot. Steve Bell, Singer/Songwriter, Winnipeg, Canada
A wrecking ball through the stained glass certainty of Religionland, and at the same time a balm to heal the sin-sick soul. How is that possible? Across All Worlds is Baxter's best book yet. Bert Gary, Jesus Unplugged