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Female authors continue publishing new books at a swift pace, strong in 2014 and a little less prominent in 2015, but with more steam in 20.
Women are now a mainstay and growing proportion of Christian publishing. Once again, 2017 did not quite deliver biblical theology or commentaries like we saw in 2015, although we do continue to see solid contributions in two premier series: New Studies in Biblical Theology (IVP) and Short Studies in Biblical Theology (Crossway).
Trillia Newbell has written a very wise walk through creation, fall, redemption, and restoration — all highlighting God’s plan for the diversity among his image bearers, and all wonderfully explained and illustrated for children.
The year was rather slow for large academic commentaries, but this volume would have been the most important and significant commentary in just about any year.
This book would be a delightful way to invest a year of reflection.
We need more brave authors willing to jump into the present racial tensions and offer Christ-centered vision and hope for ethnic unity.
Great old books are important for a reason, but many of the best books are also locked away from modern-day readers by ambiguities and dated debates that make them inaccessible.
Helping readers ease into classics is one of the premier gifts that serious scholars offer to reading Christians.
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Jared Wilson has written a shelf of valuable books, but this one is his best yet. Few modern authors pastor my soul through prose better than Wilson. So how do we best mine out all the spiritual allusions in the intentionally de-religioned world of Middle-earth?