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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- We posted our latest book trailer — for Mark Goodacre’s Thomas and the Gospels: The Case for Thomas’s Familiarity with the Synoptics — to YouTube earlier this week.
- We’re planning a huge stock reduction sale on our website this spring. Stay tuned for more details soon!
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- Samuel G. Freedman of The New York Times looked at the film Zero Dark Thirty “Through a Theological Lens,” with help from ethicists David P. Gushee (The Sacredness of Human Life) and George Hunsinger (Torture Is a Moral Issue).
David Alton posted photographs from the recent London book launch of Koenraad De Wolf’s biography Dissident for Life: Alexander Ogorodnikov and the Struggle for Religious Freedom in Russia, for which he wrote the foreword
- John Levison was interviewed by Mark Stevens on Scot McKnight’s Jesus Creed blog, where he discussed his forthcoming book from Eerdmans — and offered a free copy to anyone who can help him craft a winning title for it.
- Mark Goodacre posted both the video interview and book trailer for Thomas and the Gospels on his NT Blog. Michael F. Bird also posted a book notice on Euangelion, saying, “I think Goodacre scores a slam dunk in showing the dependence of the GThom on the Synoptic Gospels.”
- David Bentley Hart (The Devil and Pierre Gernet) will be a keynote speaker tomorrow at Biola University’s one-day seminar “Violence and Peace in Contemporary Art.”
Paul Louis Metzger (Consuming Jesus) gave a lecture on “Downward Mobility and Trickle-Up Economics” at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School’s Carl F. Henry Center for Theological Understanding February 26.
- John Philip Newell (Praying with the Earth) was featured in the Salva Terra video “Messengers of Love: The Marriage of East and West.”
- BuzzFeed posted a photo-filled tribute to the real-life Wojtek, hero of Bibi Dumon Tak’s Batchelder-winning historical novel Soldier Bear.
- Samuel Wells’s new book Learning to Dream Again was featured in the February 2013 episode of the Spring Arbor Wire, which was shared on YouTube by Ingram.
- Amanda Hall’s original artwork (including pieces from The Fantastic Jungles of Henri Rousseau) will on display beginning tomorrow at Nunnington Hall as part of its opening exhibition “Quentin Blake and Friends: the Great Generation of Children’s Book Illustration.”
- Andrew Brafford at Semi-Organized Rambling reviewed D. A. Carson’s The Intolerance of Tolerance, calling it “a valuable monograph.”
- Karl Stephan cited Oliver O’Donovan’s The Ways of Judgment in his Manufacturing.net piece “Engineering The Future: Do We Know What We’re Doing?“
- Graham Ord shared his song “Am I Forgotten?” — inspired by the struggles of Alexander Ogorodnikov, subject of Koenraad De Wolf’s new biography Dissident for Life — on YouTube.
- Matthew Malcolm expressed excitement about Karen Kilby’s new book Balthasar: A (Very) Critical Introduction on Cryptotheology.
- Eric C. Redmond noted the arrival of Sidney Greidanus’s Preaching Christ from Daniel on A Man from Issachar. David Murray also listed Sidney Greidanus’s EerdWord guest post “On Preaching Christ from Daniel” in his Head, Heart, Hand roundup of 200 Preaching Resources.
- Steve Bishop posted a book notice about our forthcoming English edition of Jan De Bruijn’s Abraham Kuyper: A Pictorial Biography on An Accidental Blog.
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