Welcome to The Brazos Blog

Welcome to The Brazos Blog—your one-stop blogspot for all things related to the books and authors of Brazos Press. It is here that Jeremy Wells, Bryan Dyer, and I invite you to explore essential, enlightening, and entertaining information in the following regular features:

  • Videos—short clips on Brazos authors and their books. Be sure to check out today’s video post of Miroslav Volf on A Public Faith (below)!
  •  Between the Lines—a column in which we interview our authors. Note: from time to time we will invite our blog community to help craft interview questions. Stay tuned.
  •  Behind the Book—an opportunity for our authors to tell you the story behind the birth of their book.
  •  Lectionary Reflections—excerpts from our Brazos Theological Commentaries on the Bible on Sunday readings (starting in October).
  •  The Weekly Hit List—a regular round-up of links connecting you to what other people are saying about our books and authors.
  • Give-Aways—need I explain? You could get free stuff roughly twice a month. Be sure you add us to your RSS feed, Follow Us on Twitter, and Like Us on Facebook so you know when we’re feeling benevolent!

The Brazos Blog Sweepstakes! Ok, this is the ultimate give-away to celebrate the launch of this blog. We are going to give six people the following prizes:

  • Second Runner-Up Winners (3 people) will receive a complimentary copy of the just-released Who Is My Enemy? by Lee Camp.
  • First Runner-Up Winners (2 people) will receive a complementary copy of Camp’s book as well as a copy of Miroslav Volf’s A Public Faith and Christian Smith’s The Bible Made Impossible.
  • Drum-roll please. One person will become Grand Prize Winner of the Brazos Blog Sweepstakes. This lucky person will receive the books by Camp, Volf, and Smith, PLUS all sixteen Brazos Theological Commentaries on the Bible now available. Yes, we’ve gone completely mad!

To enter the sweepstakes, simply click here, or on the banner at the bottom of your screen.

We are glad you are a part of the Brazos blog community. Thanks to our authors and readers like you, we look forward to using this venue to bear witness to The Tradition Alive.


BJ Heyboer