Dr. Harry Lee Poe, holder of the Charles Colson Chair of Faith and Culture at Union University in Jackson, Tennessee, is a theologian who has written, co-written, and edited many books and articles on the intersection of culture and the Gospels. He is perhaps best known for his thesis, expounded in The Gospel and Its Meaning, that effective evangelism requires selecting the parts of the Gospel that best speak to the person or group being witnessed to.
He has also written about the life and works of C. S. Lewis and co-edited C. S. Lewis Remembered: Collected Reflections of Students, Friends & Colleagues , and has served as program director of the C.S. Lewis Foundation's Summer Institutes.
- Christianity in the Academy: Teaching at the Intersection of Faith and Learning
- Christian Witness in a Postmodern World
- C. S. Lewis Remembered: Collected Reflections of Students, Friends & Colleagues [Editor]
- Designer Universe: Intelligent Design and the Existence of God [Co-author]
- The Fruit of Christ's Presence
- The Gospel and Its Meaning: A Theology for Evangelism and Church Growth
- Science and Faith: An Evangelical Dialogue [Co-author]
- See No Evil: The Existence of Sin in an Age of Relativism
- What God Knows: Time and the Question of Divine Knowledge [Editor]