Welcome back 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.
Acceptable Words: Prayers for the Writer
Gary D. Schmidt and Elizabeth Stickney, editors
Princeton Seminary in American Religion and Culture
James H. Moorhead
News from Eerdmans . . .
It’s been a quiet week at Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
. . . and elsewhere.
Michael Bird brought to our attention a post by Mark Goodacre (Thomas and the Gospels) — and looked forward to Francis Watson’s forthcoming book, Gospel Writing: A Canonical Perspective — in his Euangelion post on the Jesus’ Wife controversy.
- Andrew Sullivan also mentioned Francis Watson in his Daily Dish post Jesus Said To Them “My Wife … ” Ctd.
- Cynthia Leitich Smith welcomed author Michelle Markel (The Fantastic Jungles of Henri Rousseau) as a guest contributor to her blog Cynsations, where Markel shared thoughts about “Henri Rousseau & Rejection.”
- Msgr. Charles Pope took “A look at an important new book by Ralph Martin” (Will Many Be Saved?) for the Archdiocese of Washington blog.
- Bob Cornwall discussed Amos Yong’s The Bible, Disability, and the Church in a Ponderings on a Faith Journey post entitled “Disability, the Body of Christ, and Ministries of Inclusion.”
- Cliff Kvidahl reviewed An Eerdmans Century: 1911–2011 on Theological Musings, calling it “an important look into the history of one of the most influential and important Christian publishers in American history.” (We like that!)
- I.N.K. (Interesting Nonfiction for Kids) posted an interview with Michelle Markel, author of The Fantastic Jungles of Henri Rousseau, on the art of writing picture book biographies.
- Louis McBride shared reflections on Ralph Martin’s Will Many Be Saved? for the Baker Book House Church Connection blog.
- Kid Lit Reviews shared with us their lively review of Mary Newell DePalma’s Bow-Wow Wiggle-Waggle, which concluded enthusiastically, “I wish I had a child to read this to every night.”
- Mike Pettingill reviewed D. A. Carson’s The Intolerance of Tolerance on his blog The Pettingills: Missionaries to Honduras.
- Huntington University’s News and Events Page posted a column by professor Thomas Bergler, which discussed themes from his book The Juvenilization of American Christianity.
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