Quotes About Radix

"Intellectually respectable..."
--New York Times

"Sprightly..."
--Time

"What a joy it is to have a Christian magazine with its own integrity which has the courage boldly to seek the truth."
--Madeleine L'Engle, author of A Wrinkle in Time,and many other books

"I love Radix. It's a wonderful, exciting, sweet, smart magazine. I really enjoy reading it."
--Anne Lamott, author of
Bird by Bird, Traveling Mercies, Operating Instructions and many other books

"I read every word of the Jesus issue. Superb! One of the best treatments of the whole controversy that I've ever seen. You do great work."
--Philip Yancey, author of What's So Amazing About Grace? and many other books

"I have been reading Radix magazine since it was first published. Radix has always challenged me to think clearly, to trust the Good News of Jesus Christ right at the center of everything, and to work out the meaning of that hope, faith and love into the places where I live every day. Keep up the good work we really need you."
--Earl Palmer, pastor and author of many books

"I love the work of Sharon Gallagher and Radix magazine. It strikes such a welcome balance in this polarized world, as it always like John Wesley announces its text and then makes it cross-country to Christ as fast as it can; and this, in a way that does not require one to check one's mind at the door. We need more witnesses, like this, to an intelligent Christ-centered faith. I hope Radix finds an ever-widening, and appreciative, audience."
--Richard Bolles, author of What Color Is Your Parachute?

"Radix is . . . marvelously diverse and nourishing. I like the fact that though your writers often deal with abstractions (creativity, imagination, the media) the writing is never abstract but personal, immediate, accessible, concrete, exploratory, and practical without being mundane."
--Luci Shaw, poet and author of Writing the River and many other books

"Better than any media I know, Radix magazine gets at the root of the relation between Christianity and wider social and cultural issues of our time."
--Joel B. Green, author of
How to Read the Gospels and Acts and other books

"There is a real need for a magazine like Radix which is both evangelical and on the cutting edge of society."
--John Perkins, author of Let Justice Roll Down