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 Unrelieved Paradox: Studies in the Theology of Franz Bibfeldt, 18th, or Perhaps 19th, Anniversary Revised Edition
Martin E. Marty and Jerald C. Brauer, editors
The Encyclopedia of the Stone-Campbell Movement
Douglas A. Foster
(New in Paperback)
News from Eerdmans . . .
- Ruth Everhart will be at Eerdmans Bookstore next Thursday, December 13, 3:30-6:30 p.m. to sign copies of her new book Chasing the Divine in the Holy Land. Refreshments will be served.
. . . and elsewhere.
Themelios has posted three reviews of recent Eerdmans titles: Bruce Ellis Benson, Malinda Elizabeth Barry, and Peter Goodwin Heltzel’s Prophetic Evangelicals, John Stuart’s British Missionaries and the End of Empire, and Brian Brock’s Christian Ethics in a Technological Age. The journal also published an article by D. A. Carson (The Intolerance of Tolerance) on “More Examples of Intolerant Tolerance” (which faithful EerdWord readers may find strangely familiar).
- Englewood Review of Books named Christine Pohl’s Living into Community its 2012 Book of the Year.
- Library Journal’s “Best Books of 2012” issue (scheduled to release December 15) will feature David Matzko McCarthy’s Sharing God’s Good Company in its “Best of Spiritual Living” category.
- Father Robert Barron discussed Ralph Martin’s Will Many Be Saved? in his RealClearReligion post “Saving the Hell Out of You.”
- Paul Zahl (whose book, Grace in Practice, will be the theme of Liberate2013) looked back on “Grace in Practice Six Years Later.”
- William Doino discussed Rupert Shortt’s Christianophobia in the First Things column “Rupert Shortt and a Church Besieged.” (Eerdmans will be publishing the U. S. edition of Shortt’s book in 2013.)
- Sue Ann Martin and Pamela Gates discussed Michelle Markel and Amanda Hall’s The Fantastic Jungles of Henri Rousseau on WCMU, saying that the book “will delight children ages 5-9.”
- Cory Willson included John C. Knapp’s How the Church Fails Businesspeople in his Comment review “Putting Business on the Map: How Churches Can Serve Businesspeople.”
- Nick Barrett also penned a review for Comment (“The Crux of Work is the Crown of Vocation“) examining Ben Witherington III’s Work: A Kingdom Perspective on Labor.
Cynthia Leitich Smith welcomed author Hillary Hall De Baun (Starring Arabelle) to her blog Cynsations in “New Voice: Hillary Hall De Baun on Starring Arabelle.”
- Matthew Miller looked at Barry Webb’s new NICOT volume on Judges for the Christianbook.com Academics blog.
- Author Karen Williams (Four Feet, Two Sandals and others) recently attended the National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention — and wrote about her adventures on her blog.
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