This short book is in three parts. The first looks at the demise of modernism and suggests that we should 'fund' the components out of which a new world can be imagined. The second part looks to find an evangelical (as an adjectival form of 'gospel') imagination, focusing on memory, covenant and hope. In the third part six pieces of exegesis are offered as example of the approach, honouring the 'little story' at the expense of the 'great story'. I found this book immensely helpful in helping me to think through what postmodern exegesis might look like and how to help people today engage with the bible as preached and as taught. Richard Seel.