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  • Religion and Spirituality Book Deals: February 13, 2019

    Dutch extreme athlete Wim Hof, known as the Ice Man, brings a book on his methods to Sounds True; WaterBrook buys a stand-up comedian’s debut; and more.

  • January Religion Bestsellers: Rachel Hollis Stays #1; ‘With This Pledge’ Tops Fiction

    Hollis’s tough-talking self-help book ‘Girl, Wash Your Face’ remains #1 in Religion Nonfiction; Tamera Alexander’s ‘With This Pledge’ is tops in Religion Fiction.

  • Eyes Open to the World: PW Talks to Nicholas Wolterstorff

    Through a series of vignettes, prolific author and philosopher of religion Nicholas Wolterstorff highlights the communities, philosophies, and faith that shaped his life and writing.

  • FaithWords Consolidates, Moves to Worthy's Offices

    After acquiring Worthy Publishing last year, the Hachette Book Group's Nashville publishing division has moved to Worthy's offices in Franklin, Tenn. and centralized its FaithWords editorial operations there.

  • Abingdon Nabs Two Gift Books by Jen Hatmaker

    The bestselling author of ‘Of Mess and Moxie’ and ‘For the Love’ is bringing two gift books to Abingdon as part of the publisher's efforts to establish a gift book line.

  • Books to Mend a Divided America

    The overarching topic of division in American religion and culture has spawned some of the most notable titles in the religion category for 2019.

  • Thomas Nelson Faces $15M in Fraud, Breach of Contract Lawsuit

    A jury found Thomas Nelson and its parent company HarperCollins Christian Publishing liable for fraud and breach of contract, awarding $15 million in damages to a San Francisco Bay Area printing company.

  • Christian Product Expo Attracts Former CBA Members

    Around 150 retailers are expected to attend the winter Christian Product Expo (CPE) from January 27-29, according to its organizer, who estimates a total of 300 attendees.

  • Religion Book Deals: January 23, 2019

    Zondervan takes a memoir by the stars of a viral video on YouTube; InterVarsity Press signs clinical psychologist and author of 2017’s ‘Loveable’ Kelly Flanagan.

  • Religion and Spirituality Books Preview: February 2019

    A conversation between Christians on opposite sides of the political spectrum, a critical look at the Roman Catholic Church, and 'How the Bible Actually Works' are some of the notable religion and spirituality books coming out in February.

  • Iron Stream Media Launches Three New Imprints

    Alabama-based publisher Iron Stream Media, which recently acquired New Hope Publishers, is launching three new imprints for the Christian marketplace: Ascender Books, Iron Stream Books, and New Hope Kidz.

  • Deborah Lipstadt Explores the Rise in Antisemitism

    Lipstadt, a Holocaust scholar, explores questions about the ancient causes and newest forms of hatred against Jews in her book ‘Antisemitism: Here and Now.’

  • LifeWay to Close Some Stores in Shift Toward Digital Channels

    Citing erosion at brick-and-mortar stores, LifeWay Christian Resources president Thom Rainer announced that several LifeWay storefronts will close as the chain transitions toward digital sales channels.

  • December Religion Bestsellers: TerKeurst Stays #2, Francine Rivers Breaks the Top 3

    ‘It’s Not Supposed to be This Way’ by Lysa TerKeurst maintains its #2 slot on our Religion Nonfiction list amid the author’s personal announcement; Francine Rivers comes in at #3 with ‘The Masterpiece’ as well as two other spots in Religion Fiction.

  • Religion Book Deals January 9, 2019

    Thomas Nelson nabs a devotional by TV star and survivalist Bear Grylls; Zondervan takes a book from a marketing expert-turned-pastor, and more.

  • Six Major Religion Book-to-Film Adaptions of 2019

    Check out six titles from religion publishers that are getting the Hollywood treatment this year, including the life-after-death story in ‘The Impossible’ and a star-studded take on Rhonda Byrne’s ‘The Secret.’

  • Christian Small Publishers Association Renamed

    The Christian Small Publishers Association has renamed itself the Christian Indie Publishing Association in order to better reflect its members as well as the growing number of indie authors today.

  • Presbyterian Publishing’s President to Retire

    Marc Lewis, who has served as president and publisher of the Presbyterian Publishing Corporation since 2007, is retiring on June 30.

  • Longtime Editor Nygren Retires

    After more than 40 years in religion publishing, senior editor at WaterBrook and Multnomah Bruce Nygren is retiring.

  • ‘Boy Who Came Back From Heaven’ Subject Refiles Tyndale Lawsuit

    Alex Malarkey and his attorneys have refiled a suit against Tyndale House Publishers over 2010’s bestselling ‘The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven’ after a circuit court judge dismissed five out of seven complaints in the original lawsuit.

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