Christianity Today regularly introduces you to important books. But I'd like to get people talking about books as well as reading about them. That's one purpose of this new feature, Editor's Bookshelf.
Another purpose: when I read a thought-provoking book, I share it with friends. But until now I have shared my reactions with CT subscribers only now and then.
Beginning with our November 18, 2002, print issue, I have been reporting about the books that get me thinking. And I use our website to enhance and extend our interaction. Here you'll find more detailed versions of our print reviews and interviews, the best lines from the book we're discussing, and a message board to engage other readers in conversation. (And if you want the convenience of ordering the book online, we can accommodate you.) So let's get talking to one another about the books that stir ideas.
This month's selection J.I. Packer and Thomas C. Oden's One Faith: The Evangelical Consensus is this month's selection for CT's Editor's Bookshelf. Elsewhere on our site, you can
- Read an extended review of One Faith
- Read an extended interview with J.I. Packer and Thomas C. Oden
- Order the book online.
This December's selection: Joshua Hammer's A Season in Bethlehem is this month's selection for CT's Editor's Bookshelf. Elsewhere on our site, you can
- Read an extended review of A Season in Bethlehem
- Read an extended interview with Joshua Hammer
- Buy the book online
November's selection: The Creed by Luke Timothy Johnson. Elsewhere on our site, you can:
- Read an extended review by David Neff
- Read an extended interview with author Luke Timothy Johnson
- Read an excerpt fromThe Creed.
- Buy the book online
October's selection: In the Shadow of the Temple: Jewish Influences on Early Christianity ...1
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