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  • Top 10 Religion and Spirituality Books for Spring 2020

    Theologians and historians continue to rethink the lives and legacies of Biblical figures, including Moses and the women of the Bible. And many authors recommend an inward turn, closer listening, and a more open spirituality in response to worries about partisanship.

  • Spring 2020 Announcements: Religion & Spirituality

    Theologians and historians continue to rethink the lives and legacies of Biblical figures, including Moses and the women of the Bible. And many authors recommend an inward turn, closer listening, and a more open spirituality in response to worries about partisanship.

  • Spring 2019 Announcements: Religion & Spirituality

    This season, many books from religion and spirituality publishers deal with trauma—particularly relating to gun violence, as the nation continues to grapple with issues surrounding gun control. Also on the list are titles that exhibit reality TV’s ever-increasing influence on religious publishing.

  • Holiday Gift Guide 2018: Inspiration

    Have faith in these great gift ideas.

  • Belief Is Good for the Business of Books

    New titles from Christian publishers blend leadership and professional development with religious and spiritual teachings.

  • Spring 2014 Religion Announcements: New Books

    One of the country’s top biblical scholars, Bart Ehrman, returns to the subject of the historical Jesus in How Jesus Became God: The Exaltation of a Jewish Preacher from Galilee.

  • Religion Publishing for Children: Diversifying and Growing

    In the niche market of religion publishing for children, Bibles, and kid-friendly adaptations of Bible stories account for a lot of sales.

  • Fall 2013 Religion: Something Old, Ever New

    Fall religion authors include a lot of the usual suspects, but one is especially notable.

  • Religion Titles for Spring 2013

    Spring religion titles this season issue from well-known authors and others who will be unfamiliar to most readers.

  • Religion Update Fall 2012

    New religion titles on parenting, marriage, and children's YA.

  • Religion Listings: Children's Books

    Big Idea

  • Religion Listings: Adult Books

    Hijacked: Responding to the Partisan Church Divide by Michael Slaughter and Charles Gutenson, with Robert P. Jones (Feb., paper, $15), ISBN 978-1426742361) explores ways to rescue your church from the infiltration of partisan politics.

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