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  • September Religion Bestsellers: Max Lucado Hits #1; Jonathan Cahn Dominates

    Max Lucado is #1 on our Religion Nonfiction Bestsellers list with his treatment of anxiety in ‘Anxious for Nothing’. Plus, Jonathan Cahn landed on both the Religion Nonfiction and Religion Fiction lists following the release of ‘The Paradigm.’

  • Author Reza Aslan Explores the Origins of God

    In what he calls the hardest book he’s ever written, religious studies scholar Reza Aslan is exploring the roots of the human conception of God, making a case for a less traditional view of the divine.

  • After Family Christian, New Stores and Opportunities Arise

    Both indie booksellers and chains are filling the gap caused by the closure of over 240 Family Christian Stores earlier this year.

  • Flurry of Titles Mark 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation

    Books releasing around the October 31 anniversary of the Protestant Reformation examine the long-lasting ramifications of Martin Luther and his 95 Theses.

  • Spotlight on the 'ESV Illuminated Bible'

    Crossway's new 'ESV Illuminated Bible' gives art journalers a beautiful new way to engage with Scripture (Sponsored)

  • ACFW 2017 Blends Writing and Worship

    Writers from across the Christian fiction spectrum attended workshops, lectures, and meetings over three days during the American Christian Fiction Writers Conference (ACFW) in Grapevine, Tex., from Sept. 21-24.

  • Religion Book Deals: September 2017

    Zondervan signs a new book from the blogger known as The Nester, bestselling author Mandy Hale lands at FaithWords, and more.

  • Wisdom Over Wifi

    Religion publishers are cutting through digital distractions with four new titles that aim to help readers establish better online habits and stronger spiritual connections.

  • Religion & Spirituality Books Preview: October 2017

    A new biography from author Eric Metaxas, a debut book from Hillsong Church pastor Carl Lentz, and Bishop T.D. Jakes’ advice on making dreams come true are some of the big books publishing in October.

  • Scholars Highlight Hobby Lobby Owners' Path From Retail Giant to Bible Curators

    In their new book, Biblical scholars Candida Moss and Joel Baden examine the Green family’s collection of antiquities planned for their $500 million Museum of the Bible, and question how the Hobby Lobby owners might be able to control the conversation about the Bible through it.

  • Books for a Clearer Life

    Books about conscious living aim to awaken readers to greater spiritual and self-awareness.

  • Oasis Audio Expands, Shifts Leadership

    Domain Communications, the parent company of Oasis Audio, is expanding its publishing line to include branded home video products under a new name, Oasis Family Media.

  • Getting Serious About Jewish Comedy: 'PW' Talks to Jeremy Dauber

    Yiddish expert Jeremy Dauber examines the nature of Jewish humor and its impact on Jewish history and culture, from rabbinic jokes in the Talmud to Jerry Seinfeld.

  • Religion Bestsellers: Jen Hatmaker Tops; Wanda Brunstetter Takes #2

    ‘Of Mess and Moxie’, the new book by popular Christian author Jen Hatmaker, claims the top spot in Religion Nonfiction, selling over 50,000 copies since it was published on August 8. Plus, Wanda Brunstetter climbs to #2 in Religion Fiction with ‘The Blessing.’

  • Worthy Publishing CEO Named Chair of ECPA

    Byron Williamson, founder and CEO of Worthy Publishing, has been named the new chair of the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association.

  • Hearing is Believing

    Country singer Doug Seegers and Joel Houston of Hillsong Church are among a chorus of authors with new books on how music can influence faith, and vice versa.

  • Clinton Devotional Book Pulled After Publisher Finds Further Instances of Plagiarism

    Abingdon Press is discontinuing the sale of ‘Strong for a Moment Like This,’ a book of devotionals written for Hillary Clinton by Rev. Bill Shillady, after finding that several passages were lifted from the writing of other pastors.

  • Becca Stevens Applauds Second Chances in ‘Love Heals’

    In her new book, humanitarian and Episcopal priest Stevens collects true stories of healing from survivors who got a new lease on life at Thistle Farms, a safe-haven she founded for women in 1997.

  • Louise Hay, Founder of Hay House, Dies at 90

    Louise Hay, author and founder of self-help publisher Hay House, has died of natural causes. She was 90.

  • Religion Book Deals: August 2017

    Bestselling author Steven Waldman is bringing his new book on religion in America to HarperOne, FaithWords signs a parenting blogger’s debut, and more.

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