Films and movie stars are not the only ones winning awards this time of year. We are proud to announce the results of our annual CHRISTIANITY TODAY Book Awards. The Readers’-choice Awards were chosen by ballot, which appeared in our November 25, 1991, issue. The Critics’-choice Awards were chosen by a panel of judges for each category. The books were nominated by the publishers. For the Book of the Year Award, readers wrote in their selection on the Readers’-choice ballot.

We congratulate the authors, editors, and publishers whose fine work the awards recognize.

Book of the Year

Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood: A Response to Evangelical Feminism, edited by John Piper and Wayne Grudem (Crossway)

Runners-up

Darwin on Trial, by Phillip Johnson (InterVarsity) (tie)

Made in America: The Shaping of Modern Evangelicalism, by Michael S. Horton (Baker) (tie)

Readers-Choice Awards

Biography and History

In Pursuit of God: The Life of A. W. Tozer, by James L. Snyder (Christian Publications) (tie)

The Variety of American Evangelicalism, edited by Donald W. Dayton and Robert K. Johnston (InterVarsity/University of Tennessee) (tie)

Christian Living and Spirituality

In the Eye of the Storm: A Day in the Life of Jesus, by Max Lucado (Word)

Commentaries

The Gospel and the End of Time: The Message of 1 & 2 Thessalonians, by John Stott (InterVarsity)

Contemporary Issues

Darwin on Trial, by Phillip Johnson (InterVarsity)

Fiction

An Overture of Light, by Calvin Miller (Word)

Reference

My Father’s Names, by Elmer Towns (Regal Books)

Theology and Biblical Studies

Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood: A Response to Evangelical Feminism, edited by John Piper and Wayne Grudem (Crossway)

Runners-Up

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