From Hebrew prophet to the New Testament sage who wrote Hebrews, from the North African theologian Augustine to the French Reformer John Calvin, God's people have confessed that they are a pilgrim people. And here, in a brief compass, we find the same truth about our identity in Christ in this world: we are aliens and strangers, those who are 'passing through.' A timely reminder of who the Christian truly is.
-Michael A. G. Haykin,
professor of church history and biblical spirituality, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
It is easy to be either a settler or a tourist. When it comes to our relationship to the world in its current shape, the hardest thing is to be a pilgrim. Passing by the glitz and glamor of Vanity Fair, Jeremy Walker reminds us of the solid joys and lasting pleasures of Zion. This is a book not only to be carefully read, but digested over time.
-Michael S. Horton,
J. Gresham Machen Professor of Theology and Apologetics, Westminster Seminary California