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  • E-book Subscription Service for Christian Books Launched

    Entitle Books, an e-book subscription service, has launched Entitle Christian, devoted exclusively to Christian books.

  • From Ducks to Bells: Religion Publishers Trumpet Big Books at BEA

    Religion publishers showcased big new books and previewed forthcoming titles—including the Duck Dynasty patriarch's autobiography and a VeggieTales comic book series--at BookExpo America in New York May 29-31.

  • BEA 2014: Steady and Strong for Religion Publishers

    Religion publishers were busy during BookExpo America's three-day run in New York May 29-31. Their participation seems to have stabilized--there were no new dropouts, and some publishers have returned after taking breaks over costs vs. benefits, finding the show valuable after all.

  • RBTE 2014: Catholic Show Soldiers On

    With half as many vendors and buyers as last year, the 23rd annual Religious Booksellers Trade Exhibit was very quiet, and speculation on the future of the show continues.

  • Same-Sex Relationships: In Churches, Change Is Coming, But Slowly

    Just as attitudes toward homosexuality have shifted greatly in the wider culture, change is coming in Christian churches too, though at a relative snail’s pace. Churches worry today about stemming the tide of young refugees from the pews, and intolerance toward gays is cited as a key issue for many who drop out. Some pastors are reexamining the Bible and rethinking traditional views.

  • Short Takes: Religion Publishing News Briefs, May 28, 2014

    Image celebrates 60 years; Gary Chapman endows counseling chair at Moody; Cambridge Bibles back to Cambridge; awards and honors.

  • Reviews of New and Forthcoming Religion and Spirituality Books, May 28, 2014

    New books look at the religiously unaffiliated--the "nones"--and at what it means to be born anew.

  • Bonnie Gray: Finding Healing Rest

    Bonnie Gray’s panic attacks started just as she was making progress on her first book. The attacks didn’t end until she turned from that project and embarked on a very different book, a memoir-cum-guidebook about her search for peace and rest in the swirl of modern life.

  • Busy Busy Busy: Books Urge, Slow Down

    Tethered to our smartphones, over-scheduled, spiritually and physically fatigued--all symptoms of a society gone crazy busy. Is running from work to school to church to practice to home and back again really the best way to live? A crop of new books says no.

  • Christian Self-Publisher Adds PR Firm

    A Christian self-publisher will acquire a PR firm to enhance its services to authors.

  • PW Talks with Marcus J. Borg: Overturning Common Christianity

    In his new book, "Convictions: How I Learned What Matters Most," biblical scholar Marcus J. Borg ("Meeting Jesus Again for the First Time") reflects on the events in his life that shaped his faith and his convictions about the future of American Christianity.

  • Short Takes: Religion Publishing News Briefs, May 14, 2014

    IPPY award-winners announced, a new kids' imprint at Barbour, a website for all things Amish, the popes in pictures and much more.

  • Reviews of New and Forthcoming Religion and Spirituality Books, May 14, 2014

    A Mormon writer takes a spiritual journey; a Presbyterian minister finds support for same-sex marriage in the Bible.

  • Sales Up, Store Numbers Down in Christian Retail

    Christian retail sales increased slightly last year, even while the total number of stores in that market continued to decline, according to a state-of-the-industry report for 2013.

  • The Great War and Religion: A Neglected History

    World War I is remarkable in military history for its massive scope and loss of life, with more than nine million combatants killed. But its role in religious history is less appreciated, and an array of books coinciding with the July centennial could change that.

  • Motherhood and Spirituality: The Struggle to Find Time

    Julia Roller remembers when she spent uninterrupted, significant time in prayer and Bible study and was able to practice spiritual disciplines as part of her routine. That was before the arrival of a baby boy who didn’t sleep much. And then another.

  • Cathy LaGrow: Worth the Waiting

    A mother and child reunion was more than seven decades in the making. Now that mother’s grand-daughter has written a book about an extraordinary woman who never lost hope and the child she waited to find all those years.

  • New Mary Book Launches for Mother's Day

    On May 3 at St. Mary’s Bookstore and Church Supply in Nashville, Tenn., Franciscan Media author Julie Dortch Cragon, whose new book, "Visiting Mary: Her U.S. Shrines and Their Graces," is out for Mother's Day, signed books for some 100 attendees.

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