The Eucharist's Biographer
The Liturgical Formation of Christian Identity
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"In The Eucharist's Biographer, Walsh urges us to reconsider the value of the Lord's Supper. Writing as an experienced pastor of over thirty years, Walsh passionately advocates for the importance of this sacrament to regularly accompany the preaching of the Word. . . . Whether one celebrates the Lord's Supper each week or not, Walsh's argument will surely challenge you."
--H. Drake Williams III, Professor of New Testament, Tyndale Theological Seminary
"This is a message the church, forgetful of its own identity, desperately needs to hear. Walsh witnesses to the transformative power of the Word and sacrament operating together to nurture conformity with the crucified and resurrected Christ. Counteracting humanity's infatuation with ideologies of self-aggrandizement, Walsh reminds the church that the 'eucharistic-evangel' manifests Christ's identity and presence, and empowers us to die to self in order to be reborn in the image of Christ-like love."
--Lee C. Barrett, Professor of Theology, Lancaster Theological Seminary