Malcolm Jeeves (IVP Academic)
Christians often grow uneasy when they encounter certain teachings of neuroscience about free will and human nature. Jeeves, a leading expert in neuropsychology, addresses difficult questions about the plausibility of faith amid new frontiers in brain research.
John Fea (Baker Academic)
Fea, chair of the history department at Messiah College, devotes himself not only to his own historical scholarship but also to training up new generations of historians. In this introduction to historical study from a Christian perspective, Fea shows how serious thinking about the past can equip believers to better serve God and neighbor.
Matt Chandler with Jared C. Wilson (David C. Cook)
Chandler's growing family has him thinking more and more about bringing young men and women to Christian maturity. To Live Is Christ is the Resurgence director's attempt to glean wisdom on this subject from a careful study of Paul's letter to the Philippians.
Joshua Dubler (Farrar, Straus & Giroux)
Dubler, professor of religion at University of Rochester, spent more than six years observing events at a maximum security prison in Pennsylvania. His research uncovers the complex web of relationships linking prisoners of diverse religious backgrounds, prison guards and chaplains, and volunteers from outside organizations.
Ted Kluck (Thomas Nelson)
The star quarterback known as "RGIII" has legions of fans who delight in his gridiron prowess and outspoken Christian faith. Kluck's biography, releasing as Griffin rehabs from injury and looks to build on the astounding success of his rookie year, touches on the athletic abilities and character traits that have fueled his immense popularity.
Wayne Gordon and John M. Perkins (InterVarsity Press)
Perkins, hero of the civil rights struggle in Mississippi, founded the Christian Community Development Association (CCDA) to assist urban churches in ministering to poverty-ridden neighborhoods. Perkins and CCDA current president, Gordon, team up here to look back at the organization's history, give examples of its foundational principles at work, and ponder the future of Christian community development efforts.
Edited by Dean G. Stroud (Eerdmans)
While many German churches caved under Nazi pressure, compromising their doctrines and moral integrity, others courageously held firm. This volume, edited by a former Presbyterian pastor, examines sermons from Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Karl Barth, and other preachers who condemned the evils of the Third Reich.
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