James K. A. Smith

James K. A. Smith

James K. A. Smith (PhD, Villanova University) is professor of philosophy at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he also holds the Gary and Henrietta Byker Chair in Applied Reformed Theology and Worldview. He is the editor of Comment magazine and is a popular speaker. Smith has authored or edited many books, including Imagining the Kingdom, Who's Afraid of Relativism?, and the Christianity Today  Book Award winners You Are What You Love, Desiring the Kingdom, and Who's Afraid of Postmodernism?


Books by James K. A. Smith

  1. You Are What You Love
    Hardcover

    You Are What You Love

    Mar 2016
  2. You Are What You Love
    E-Book

    You Are What You Love

    Mar 2016
  3. Who's Afraid of Relativism?
    Paperback

    Who's Afraid of Relativism?

    Apr 2014
  4. Who's Afraid of Relativism?
    E-Book

    Who's Afraid of Relativism?

    Apr 2014
  5. Imagining the Kingdom
    E-Book

    Imagining the Kingdom

    Feb 2013
  6. Imagining the Kingdom
    Paperback

    Imagining the Kingdom

    Feb 2013
  7. The Fall of Interpretation, 2nd Edition
    E-Book

    The Fall of Interpretation, 2nd Edition

    Apr 2012
  8. The Fall of Interpretation, 2nd Edition
    Paperback

    The Fall of Interpretation, 2nd Edition

    Apr 2012
  9. Letters to a Young Calvinist
    Paperback

    Letters to a Young Calvinist

    Nov 2010
  10. Letters to a Young Calvinist
    E-Book

    Letters to a Young Calvinist

    Oct 2010
  11. Introducing Radical Orthodoxy
    E-Book

    Introducing Radical Orthodoxy

    Jan 2010
  12. Desiring the Kingdom
    E-Book

    Desiring the Kingdom

    Jan 2010
  13. Who's Afraid of Postmodernism?
    E-Book

    Who's Afraid of Postmodernism?

    Aug 2009
  14. Desiring the Kingdom
    Paperback

    Desiring the Kingdom

    Aug 2009
  15. Who's Afraid of Postmodernism?
    Paperback

    Who's Afraid of Postmodernism?

    Apr 2006
  16. Introducing Radical Orthodoxy
    Paperback

    Introducing Radical Orthodoxy

    Nov 2004