Chris is a minister of the United Church of Canada (ordained in 1977), holds degrees in theology from Emmanuel College (M.Div.) and McGill University (Ph.D.) and is a writer and educator. He has taught in universities across the country: Queens, McGill, St. Thomas, University of Alberta, Laurentian University.
Chris has been a minister in churches in Gaspe, Saint John, Montreal, Sudbury and Fredericton.
Chris has written 8 books and been a regular syndicated journalist with national journals and CBC radio.
Chris' first novel, Downhill from Vimy, has just been published. Click here for details.
As a writer his other non-fiction books are:
Ethical Preference Inventory and Guide, with Thomas Maddix, Toronto: International Thomson Publishing, 1999.
God Hates Religion, Toronto: United Church Publishing House, 1995.
Knowing your Ethical Preferences: A working Guide, with Tom Maddix, Toronto: ITP Nelson, 2000.
Living in the Maybe, Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans, 1998.
Sin Boldly, Edmonton: Rowan Books, 1997.
Thanks Giving, Toronto: UCPH …awaiting publication.
The Dancing Steward. Toronto: United Church Publishing House, 1993.
His current writing project is entitled: Having Jesus for Dinner, How feasting with Jesus became feasting on Jesus.