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  • Seven Spirit-Filled Books to Read for Halloween

    This October, new titles coming from mind-body-spirit, religion, and occult publishers can help readers get into the spirit of Halloween.

  • Religion Book Deals: October 10, 2018

    Zondervan nabs actor Dondré Whitfield’s debut; FaithWords takes a guide to millennial relationships, and more.

  • The American Jewish Future May Be Found in the Margins

    Author Jack Wertheimer examined how American Jews practice their religion and is heartened by how quickly mainstream congregations are adapting to new ways of worship.

  • Zondervan Settles Plagiarism Case

    Author Carey Scott has won an undisclosed settlement after filing a suit against Zondervan author and speaker Christine Caine for copyright infringement.

  • CBA Changes Raise Questions, Concerns for the Future

    Christian retailers and publishers are concerned about the future of the CBA and its annual trade show, UNITE, amid a new investor and changes to its leadership.

  • Rethinking the Bible’s Place: PW talks to Andy Stanley

    Mega church pastor Andy Stanley is taking a closer look at the foundation of the Christian faith, reminding readers that the Bible is the product of the church, and not vice versa.

  • New YA Imprint for Tyndale House

    Two years after expanding the staff in its children’s and YA department, Tyndale House Publishers is launching Wander, an imprint for young adult titles.

  • Religion Book Deals: September 26, 2018

    Zondervan signs business expert Ori Brafman, while InterVarsity Press takes a book on narcissism in the church.

  • Religion and Spirituality Books Preview: October 2018

    Religion and spirituality books publishing in October include a biography of Salvadoran archbishop Oscar Romero ahead of his canonization this year, devotions written by Billy Graham’s grandson, and more.

  • Three Books on ‘Weird’ Faith

    A trio of new books from religion publishers are urging readers to look at how standing out, being different, and even embracing all things weird can reinforce their spirituality.

  • Nadia Bolz-Weber is Shameless about God, Grace, and Sex

    The unconventional Lutheran pastor says God's grace is universal in her new book, 'Shameless,' which calls for a new Christian ethic about sex.

  • ACFW 2018 Sharpens Focus on Author Training and Support

    Attendance at the 2018 American Christian Fiction Writers conference was up from last year, with the emphasis remaining on encouragement for both aspiring and established authors.

  • New Religion Books Embrace Women’s Sexuality

    One topic in religion and sexual ethics hasn’t been addressed much: the ways women’s sexuality has been suppressed and distorted by religions. That's changing.

  • Let’s Talk About Sex (and Religion)

    They might seem like strange bedfellows, but sex is at the core of religious teachings—and as the culture shifts, so do church teachings and the books about them.

  • Christian Writers Conferences Confront Sexual Harassment

    Women within the Christian writing and publishing community are coming forward with allegations and complaints of sexual misconduct. These accusations follow the #MeToo movement as well as the more recent #ChurchToo movement, in which several church leaders’ sexual indiscretions surfaced.

  • SVP and Publisher Moberg to Retire, Hampton Up at HCCP

    HarperCollins Christian Publishing announced leadership changes that include the upcoming retirement of senior v-p and publisher David Moberg and his replacement by Brian Hampton.

  • Sexual Harassment Uncovered at Christian Writing Conferences

    Several women have come forward to talk about incidents of sexual harassment that have taken place over years at Christian writing conferences and elsewhere, perpetrated by agents, mentors, and instructors. Conference directors are taking precautions.

  • What Makes a True Atheist? PW Talks to John Gray

    British author John Gray criticizes the modern atheist movement for replacing God with human beings and puts forward his view of what a true atheist ought to be in his new book, ‘Seven Types of Atheism.’

  • Religion Book Deals: September 12, 2018

    Tyndale Momentum nabs the first book by Tim Tebow’s mother; a Giants star inks a deal with Zondervan, and more.

  • August Religion Bestsellers: Max Lucado Takes #3, Wanda Brunstetter Returns

    'Unshakable Hope,' the newest inspirational title by Max Lucado, comes in third in Religion Nonfiction; Wanda Brunstetter’s The Daughters of Lancaster County trilogy breaks the top 10 in Religion Fiction following its musical adaptation.

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