A pithy collection of the best of Carl Trueman's articles on culture and the church. A compelling, challenging, and sometimes uproarious look at how the world and the church intersect. Like Luther before him, Trueman understands the power of humor because he understands the absurdity of human self-regard in the context of the fallen world. And like Luther, Trueman shows no mercy, either to his enemies or to himself. His writings are an oasis of welcome wit in what can so often seem like a desert of Protestant pomposity.