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.
News from Eerdmans . . .
- EBYR is attending the American Library Association’s Midwinter Meeting this weekend in Seattle. If you’ll be there, too, be sure to stop by and say hello at booth #2415. We’ll be giving away ARCs of two forthcoming novels (Bully.com and A Girl Called Problem), as well as a wide assortment of posters, postcards, and bookmarks.
- Would you like to work for Eerdmans? We’re currently looking to fill two positions: electronic publishing coordinator and lead buyer. Visit the employment page of our website for more information.
. . . and elsewhere.
Andrew Sullivan quoted Marcia Pally (The New Evangelicals) and David Gushee (The Sacredness of Human Life) in his Dish post “The Beginning Of The End of Christianism?” In the post, Sullivan referenced two essays published to The Immanent Frame: Pally’s “Evangelicals who have left the right” and Gushee’s “Rethinking that word ‘evangelical.‘”
- The Parents’ Choice Awards gave a Silver Honor to Cynthia Grady and Michele Wood’s I Lay My Stitches Down.
- Scott MacDougall reconsidered “Christian oppression” (and with it, Rupert Shortt’s Christianophobia) for The Huffington Post.
- The Provo Library blog reviewed Michelle Markel and Amanda Hall’s The Fantastic Jungles of Henri Rousseau, calling it a “delightful picture book.”
- Soldier Bear fans rejoice! We caught wind this week that there may be a Voytek movie in the works.
- Ralph Martin (Will Many Be Saved?) reports that he’s been in Orlando for the past few days “giving talks to a group of 41 Bishops on the New Evangelization.”
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