Jan. 1

A God Beyond Belief: Reclaiming Faith in a Quantum Age by Lance Moore (Circle, $15.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-78904-254-2). Minister Moore invites readers to embrace paradox in this reading of scripture that weds theology with modern science.

She Laughs by Carolanne Miljavac (Shiloh Run Press, $14.99 paper, 978-1-68322-980-3). The YouTube star Miljavac shares experiences with poverty, abuse, and the loss of her seven-year-old niece to cancer through a lens of faith.

Jan. 3

James Martin, SJ: In the Company of Jesus by Jon M. Sweeney (Liturgical, $16.95 paper, 978-0-8146-4417-1) is a biography of one of the most recognized Catholic priests in the U.S. that chronicles his early childhood as well as corporate executive experiences that led to his answering a call to religious life.

Jan. 7

Inspired Imperfection: How the Bible’s Problems Enhance Its Divine Authority by Gregory A. Boyd (Fortress, $18.99 paper, ISBN 9-781-5064-5562-4). Theology professor and pastor Boyd argues that the mistakes and contradictions found in Scripture represent God’s use of fallible humans to communicate timeless truths.

Eat, Fast, Feast: Heal Your Body While Feeding Your Soul—A Christian Guide to Fasting by Jay W. Richard (HarperOne, $19.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-0629-0521-5) combines the health trend of intermittent fasting with the ancient Christian tradition of fasting for spiritual awakening.

The Warrior Heart Practice: A Simple Process to Transform Confusion into Clarity and Pain into Peace by HeatherAsh Amara (St. Martin’s Essentials, $16.99 paper; ISBN 978-1-250-23058-4) introduces methods based on Toltec wisdom that aim to reconnect readers with their innermost feelings.

Jan. 21

With Him: Listening to the Reverse Side of the World by Bruno Cadore (Bloomsbury Continuum, $18 paper, ISBN 978-1-4729-7015-2). A French Roman Catholic priest of the Dominican Order reflects on the role of the Dominicans in the modern world and details his outreach to the poor, marginalized, and afflicted.

Jan. 22

Another Way by Stephen Lewis, Matthew Williams, and Dori Baker (Chalice, $19.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-8272-0083-8). Three seminary graduates, now leaders at the Forum for Theological Exploration—a national leadership incubator for emerging Christian leaders outside of Atlanta—offer a new approach to living and leading.

Jan. 28

Saving God from Religion: A Minister’s Search for Faith in a Skeptical Age by Robin Meyers (Convergent, $25, ISBN 978-1-984822-51-2). A minister and commentator for National Public Radio makes a case for why Christians should rescue their faith from abstract doctrines and rigid morals, and instead recognize God within the joys and ambiguities of everyday life.

Beyond Shame: Creating a Healthy Sex Life on Your Own Terms by Matthias Roberts (Fortress, $16.99 paper, ISBN 978-1-5064-5566-2). Psychotherapist Roberts aims to help readers define their sexual values on their own terms, overcome shame, and start having great, healthy sex.

Healing Racial Trauma: The Road to Resilience by Sheila Wise Rowe (IVP, $17 paper, ISBN 978-0-83-084588-0). Rowe, a counselor, examines symptoms of racial trauma while also interviewing people of color about their experiences and how they found freedom.

When God Made the World by Matthew Paul Turner; illustrated the Gillian Gamble (Convergent, $12.99; ISBN 978-0-525-65066-9) is a creation story that focuses on scientific elements, biodiversity, and our vast solar system.


Jan. 7

Collateral Damage: Danger Never Sleeps #1 by Lynette Eason (Revell, $15.99 paper, ISBN 978-0-8007-2934-9). A former military psychologist is on the run with a client who has already saved her life twice, but she must uncover powerful secrets before they both end up dead.