A recent book by the Rev. Lindsay Hardin Freeman catalogs the words spoken by women in the Bible. The book, Bible Women: All Their Words and Why
“A Grief Observed”, the first-hand account of C. S. Lewis’ struggle with grief following the death of his wife, is being re-released by Faber next month.
Matthew Avery Sutton explores Christian fundamentalist opposition to the Affordable Care Act, climate change, and Federal versus State governance in his newest book, American Apocalypse. The
Michael G. Maudlin, executive editor of Harper One, says the relatively quiet reception of Barbara Brown Taylor’s new book, demonstrates that mainline Protestants have lost
In her new book “Learning to Walk in the Dark,” Barbara Brown Taylor nudges Christians to remember that God did not only create the light, but the dark. And she reminds us that often the most serious encounters with the divine happen in the dark. Take Good Friday, for example.
Amazon got into the Christian publishing business this week with the rollout of its Waterfall Press imprint. Win Bassett, writer and seminarian at Yale Divinity
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