Drawing from a vast storehouse of timeless Asian wisdom, Song presents a powerful and compelling vision of God's reign and its possibilities for the "transfiguration of life" in faith. Through densely packed stories of strangers, sages, and outcasts, he shows how the reign of God in Jesus "becomes manifest through the movements of people." 304 pages, softcover from Fortress.
Song's theology is a startling rebuke to Christologies centered either in historical-critical searches or church doctrines. For Song, theology is the biography of God, and God's reign is evident in stories of God's saving presence in Jesus. The reign of God in Jesus "becomes manifest through movements of people to be free from the shackles of the past, to change the status quo of the present, and to have a role to play in the arrival of the future".