The Weekly Hit List: September 28, 2012

Glittering Vices: A New Look at the Seven Deadly Sins and Their Remedies by Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung has been granted second place in the 2012 C. S. Lewis Book Prize by the St. Thomas Philosophy of Religion Project.

This book offers a new look at ancient and enduring Christian moral wisdom on the Seven Deadly Sins, their meaning for today, and possible remedies.

The C. S. Lewis Book Prize recognizes the best recent book in the philosophy of religion or philosophical theology written for a general audience.

For more information on Glittering Vices, check out this Christianity Today interview with Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung from 2009.


Quick Hits:

Psalms for All Seasons was reviewed by Father Richard Peers SCP on the blog Company of Voices.

Living into Focus by Arthur Boers was reviewed on The Community, a blog of Canadian Anglicans.


Ebook Specials and Other Offers:

September ebook specials are currently running for multiple Brazos Press and Baker Academic titles. All of these are at least 50% off.

Who Is My Enemy? by Lee. C. Camp
A Public Faith by Miroslav Volf
Christians and the Common Good by Charles E. Gutenson
War and the American Difference by Stanley Hauerwas
The Politics of Discipleship by Graham Ward
Christians at the Border by M. Daniel Carroll R.
Hope in Troubled Times by Bob Goudzwaard and David Van Heemst and Mark Vander Vennen