"Will Dickerson writes with a keen awareness of the questions many people are asking. Reading The Fingerprint of God will feel like you are enjoying coffee with a trustworthy friend, having a friendly and inspiring chat about the things that really matter."
--Jim Thomas, The Village Chapel, Nashville
"'Professor Will,' as Dr. Dickerson is affectionately called by students and friends alike, gives a thoughtful and thought-provoking look at the relentless love of God. While his arguments are concise and compelling, he masterfully draws his readers into the intersection of his profound personal experiences and the heart of God, leaving his readers with a deeper sense of the real presence of God."
--Rich Shockey, Executive Director, Flourish Furnishings, Kansas City
"With pastoral gentleness, story, and a dry wit, Dickerson illuminates a compelling case that selfless love is God's fingerprint on our lives. Dickerson does this in a winsome, conversational style using narratives gleaned from over thirty years of teaching Hungarian teenage youths, assessable explanations of Scripture, metaphor, poetry, and art. This is a contemplation of God's love."
--Nicholas DiFonzo, Associate Professor of Psychology, Roberts Wesleyan College
"Will Dickerson is a humble, gentle, and patient teacher whose character comes through wisely and winsomely as he talks to us about the love of God. He carefully and clearly shows us how our relationship to God is grounded in God's love for us, and he shows us how the love of God shapes our lives together as followers of Jesus."
--Steve Froehlich, pastor, New Life Presbyterian Church, Ithaca, New York