Dr C Baxter Kruger Books

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Dr C Baxter Kruger is the founder and director of Perichoresis USA.  Many in our Perichoresis community here in Australia have been influenced in one way or another by his published works and his teachings.  He captures the vision of Jesus Christ according to the ancient church and presents Him with clarity and beauty.  Even those who may never have read any of his work may have been impacted by the next generation of people who have picked up his gospel vision and taken it to their own communities.  His books are written for the average everyday layperson and are pleasurable and easy to read.  Of course being the sister organisation in Australia, we highly recommend his books especially for those who are at the start of their trinitarian journey.  We are sure you will read them over and over again as we have done for many years.  We are sure you will more than likely recommend them to your friends as we have done.

Dr. C. Baxter Kruger, theologian, writer and fishing lure designer is the Director of Perichoresis Ministries. Baxter is a native of Prentiss, Mississippi. He and his wife Beth have been married for 30 years and have 4 children. A life long student of psychology, Baxter has a degrees in political science, divinity, and earned his Doctor of Philosophy from Kings College, Aberdeen University in Aberdeen, Scotland under Professor James B. Torrance. He is the author of 8 books, including The Great Dance, Jesus and the Undoing of Adam and Across All Worlds, and recently the international bestseller, The Shack Revisited. He teaches around the world. He is an avid outdoorsman and holds two United States patents for his fishing lure designs. He is also the founder and President of Mediator Lures.

Below are links to Baxter Kruger’s books.  You will find a synopsis, editorial reviews and reviews from Amazon.com and links to either Amazon or abebooks so you can purchase his books.

Godis for us 1


parable1 1
The great dance 1