The 17-volume Douglas Wilson Collection addresses the critical issues at the intersection of faith and culture, with the insight of a scholar and the heart of a pastor. A prolific author, Douglas Wilson writes on a number of subjects, including theology and philosophy, marriage and family issues, and history; he is also known for his pointed satire.
This collection includes seven books on marriage and family issues, in which Wilson ardently defends the institution of Christian marriage. Establishing faithful Christian culture begins in the home—with healthy marriages, strong relationships, and Christian education of children. Wilson is unafraid of theological controversy, and confronts open theism, racism, and philosophical problems, such as sovereignty and foreknowledge. Most importantly, Wilson demonstrates the viability of Christian teaching in an increasingly secular culture. These simple and practical books serve as a fresh antidote for a skeptical culture and a weary church.
Douglas Wilson graduated from the University of Idaho with a B.A. in classical studies and an M.A. in philosophy. He is pastor of Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho, and Senior Fellow in Theology at New Saint Andrews College. He is also the founder and editor of Credenda/Agenda magazine.