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 Herd Boy
Written and illustrated by Niki Daly
News from Eerdmans . . .
- Did you miss getting to see Gary Schmidt and Elizabeth Stickney at Eerdmans Bookstore September 13? Video from the event is now available on YouTube, where you can also enjoy the book trailer for Acceptable Words: Prayers for the Writer.
. . . and elsewhere.
Mark Oppenheimer delved into Sara Anson Vaux’s The Ethical Vision of Clint Eastwood in his New York Times feature “Amid Guns and Blood, an Ethicist Finds Religion in Eastwood’s Films.”
- Mark Goodacre (Thomas and Gospels) is live blogging the Jesus, Criteria and the Demise of Authenticity conference currently taking place in Dayton, Ohio. Goodacre is himself among the excellent lineup of conference speakers, as are Eerdmans authors Dale C. Allison Jr. and Anthony Le Donne. Click here to read Goodacre’s accounts of day one or day two, or watch the conference proceedings live.
- Brandon Vogt shared his video interview with Ralph Martin (Will Many Be Saved?).
- The Children’s Book Council included Hillary Hall De Baun’s Starring Arabelle on its featured “Back to School We Go” reading list.
- Byron Borger praised Kendra Hotz and Matthew T. Mathews’s Dust and Breath in his recap of a local parish nursing conference recently served by Hearts and Minds Bookstore, calling the book “truly fantastic.”
- Robert Cornwall reviewed Addison Hodges Hart’s Taking Jesus at His Word on Ponderings on a Faith Journey.
- John Fea discussed George Marsden’s article “Human Depravity: A Neglected Explanatory Category” (published in Wilfred McClay’s 2007 volume Figures in the Carpet: Finding the Human Person in the American Past) in the Anxious Bench post “Sin and the Historian.”
- Steve Bishop posted his colorful mindmap of the second part of Richard Mouw’s Abraham Kuyper on An Accidental Blog.
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