Eerdmans All Over: A Weekly Roundup of News from Eerdmans and Elsewhere

Shalom and the Community of Creation
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Welcome to the second edition of Eerdmans All Over, a Friday roundup of all the Eerdmans-related news, reviews, interviews, and other interesting online content we can find in a given week.

New this week:

Shalom and the Community of Creation: An Indigenous Vision
(Prophetic Christianity Series)
Randy S. Woodley

News from Eerdmans . . . 

  • We sadly said farewell this week to our Internet marketing assistant Becki Watson, who has left us to take on a more active ministry role at her church, where she will now serve as office administrator. During her time at Eerdmans, Becki played an instrumental part not only in the launch of  the new, but also in a number of our other online adventures, including our move to online catalogs, our Internet advertising campaigns, and our YouTube videos. We wish Becki every blessing as she pursues her passion for ministry in a professional capacity.

. . . and elsewhere. 

And finally, responding to our latest e-newsletter (in which we shared a video of noted biblical scholar N. T. Wright singing Bob Dylan’s classic “When the Ship Comes In”) Byron Borger wrote us earlier this week to say: “We had N. T. Wright at Hearts & Minds, too, and he played not only a Dylan song but that re-write of ‘Yesterday’ that he co-wrote with Francis Collins, called ‘Genesis.'” You can read Borger’s recap of the May 12 event on the Hearts and Minds blog.

As for the Wright and Collins number he mentioned in his note, well . . . enjoy!

Have we missed any news, reviews, or other online miscellany dealing with Eerdmans or EBYR books or authors from the last week? Let us know in the comments.

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Update: Uh-oh! We nearly forgot to mention Jen Robinson’s great review of Mary Newell DePalma’s picture book entitled, appropriately enough, Uh-Oh!