Welcome once again to 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.
The Moral Disciple: An Introduction to Christian Ethics
Kent A. Van Til
Disability in the Christian Tradition: A Reader
Brian Brock and John Swinton, editors
The New Testament on Sexuality
News from Eerdmans . . .
- Today from 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Eerdmans Bookstore is “Celebrating Educators and Young Readers.” They’re offering free books, bookmarks, posters, postcards, and discussion guides — as well as great deals for teachers, librarians, home schoolers, and other educators. Visit the bookstore’s Facebook event page for more information.
- Author Thomas Bergler (The Juvenilization of American Christianity) will be at Eerdmans Bookstore next Thursday, August 16, at 7:00 p.m. to give a talk, answer audience questions, and sign copies of his book.
- We’re offering $100 in free Eerdmans books to the winner of our Book Spine Poetry Photo Contest. Want to get in on the action? Click here to learn more or submit your entry!
- Fifteen advance reading copies of Pope Benedict XVI’s forthcoming book Holy Days: Meditations on the Feasts, Fasts, and Other Solemnities of the Church are up for grabs this month through LibraryThing’s Early Reviewers program. Visit the Early Reviewer page to request a copy.
. . . and elsewhere.
- Read the Spirit included a warm tribute to who we are and what we do in its article “What the Zondervan & Thomas Nelson merger means,” saying, “To this day, Eerdmans still is independent and produces an impressive and eclectic list of Christian books. . . . Go on! Buy an Eerdmans book today and support indpendent publishing.” We are honored by — and grateful for — the mention!
- Garmann’s Summer was included in About.com’s “Best Children’s Picture Books About Starting School.”
- Booklist reviewed Addison Hodges Hart’s Taking Jesus at His Word: What Jesus Really Said in the Sermon on the Mount, calling it “thought-provoking, soul-searching work.”
- The Jewish Daily Forward examined the continuing legacy of the late Archbishop Jean-Marie Lustiger (author of The Promise) in the article “France’s Jewish Archbishop: Death of Jean-Marie Lustiger Still Weighs on Nation.”
- Nick Norelli received his copy of our Fall 2012 announcement catalog in the mail — and promptly posted a wishlist of “a dozen and a half books I’m interested in” on Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth.
- The I’m Your Neighbor website (dedicated to “reading projects that build bridges between new arrivals and long-term communities”) added a page last month filled with background information and teaching resources for using Karen Lynn Williams and Khadra Mohammed’s My Name is Sangoel in the classroom.
- Phillip Long at Reading Acts published blog posts this week on his “Top Five 1 Peter Commentaries,” “Top Five 2 Peter and Jude Commentaries,” and “Top Five 1, 2, 3 John Commentaries.” (Not too surprisingly, there’s at least one Eerdmans volume on each of these lists!)
- Donna Marie Merritt shared with us her blog review of Lee Bennett Hopkins and Stephen Alcorn’s Mary’s Song: “It’s not only Hopkins’s text that will captivate your heart. Alcorn’s illustrations look like they belong in a museum.”
- Clifford Kvidahl received his copy of Anthony Thiselton’s Hermeneutics in the mail this week — and blogged about it at Theological Musings.
Have we missed any news, reviews, or other online miscellany dealing with Eerdmans or EBYR books or authors from the last week? Please let us know in the comments.
NOTE: Eerdmans All Over will be on hiatus for the next two Fridays. Keep sending us any Eerdmans related items we should know about, though, and we’ll share them all when we return August 31. You can post items on our Facebook timeline, mention us on Twitter (@eerdmansbooks or @ebyrbooks), or write to us directly: firstname.lastname@example.org.