Daniel Taylor (PhD, Emory University) is a past professor of literature and writing and the author of thirteen books of both fiction and nonfiction. The latter include everything from street-level Christian apologetics—The Myth of Certainty and The Skeptical Believer to memoir-related works such as Letters to My Children and In Search of Sacred Places, to a hands-on guide to writing life stories–Creating a Spiritual Legacy, and an investigation of how stories shape us—Tell Me a Story.
His fiction includes a number of published short stories and a novel series that presently consists of Death Comes for the Decontructionist, Do We Not Bleed? and Woe to the Scribes and Pharisees.
Taylor has also worked on a number of Bible translations. He is co-founder of The Legacy Center, an organization devoted to helping individuals and organizations identify and preserve the values and stories that have shaped their lives. He was a contributing editor for the late, lamented review Books and Culture.
Learn more at www.WordTaylor.com