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.
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News from Eerdmans . . .
It’s been a quiet week at Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
. . . and elsewhere.
- Ulrich Hub’s Meet at the Ark at Eight has won the National Jewish Book Award for Children’s and Young Adult Literature. Read more about the book and the award on our news page.
- David Gonzalez profiled Peter Goodwin Heltzel and his book Resurrection City for The New York Times in “Riff, the Beloved Community.”
- Also for The New York Times, children’s book reviewer Pamela Paul featured The Fantastic Jungles of Henri Rousseau (Michelle Markel; illustrated by Amanda Hall) in her Sunday Book Review roundup “Bookshelf: Artists.”
- Piers Paul Read reviewed Ralph Martin’s Will Many Be Saved? in the Catholic Herald feature “How did we forget about Hell?“
- The Journal of Church and State reviewed An Eerdmans Reader in Contemporary Political Theology (edited by William T. Cavanaugh, Jeffrey W. Bailey, and Craig Hovey), calling the volume “a gift to professors.
- Ian Rutherford of Aquinas and More Catholic Goods interviewed Ralph Martin (Will Many Be Saved?) for the Behind the Counter radio show.
- David Gushee (The Sacredness of Human Life) contributed an article to Sojouners (“In Pursuit of the Common Good“).
- D. A. Carson will be speaking on The Intolerance of Tolerance at the Gospel Coalition’s 2013 National Conference in April.
- The Center for Youth Ministry Training posted a review of Thomas Bergler’s The Juveniliation of American Christianity.
- The Tablet published a review of Rupert Shortt’s Christianophobia, which — we are thrilled to announce — is now available for North American readers to preorder on our website and elsewhere.
- Speaking of Rupert Shortt: do you happen to be a fan of the British television show Rev.? Eerdmans sales rep Jesse Myers is, and he and his wife couldn’t help recognizing a familiar book cover — from the UK edition of Shortt’s Rowan’s Rule — in one of the show’s running gags. To see it for yourself, head over to Hulu and watch until about 3:15.
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