Guess the author
Following are some great citations I recently found:
The Bible 'is not a sort of magical text, supernaturally giving us guaranteed information about everything under the sun. What we call its "inspiration" is its capacity to be the vehicle of the Holy Spirit, making Jesus vividly present to our minds and hearts, and so making his challenge and invitation immediate for us'.
'Life in the Holy Spirit is life where Jesus is alive in the company of others'
'When the Church is most clearly committed to the work of transforming of the earth, heaven becomes most clear'
'The Bible speaks rather seldom of life with God in heaven; it is more inclined to talk about renewal of creation, "a new heaven and a new earth"'.
As a clue, all of the above citations came from the same book.
(I know that the last one in particular sounds like Wright, but that would be too easy. Wright it ain't)