The Weekly Hit List: April 5, 2013

On Gods SideJim Wallis, author of On God’s Side, appeared on various NYC media and at various events this week, including:

– This Week with George Stephanopoulos, with Reza Aslan, Rev. Calvin Butts, Susan Jacoby, and Dr. Richard Land, on Sunday, March 31

– The Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC, “Finding Common Ground for the Common Good,” on Monday, April 1

The Brookings Institution with EJ Dionne on Wednesday, April 3

– The Alan Colmes Show on Fox Radio Network on Thursday, April 4

– Morning Joe on MSNBC on Friday, April 5

 

Jim will be on HuffPost Live later today.

 

Jim’s op-edEaster Hope: In the Fields and in Washingtonwas featured on the front page of The Huffington Post on Sunday, March 31.

Arianna Huffington wrote about On God’s Side and tonight’s Huffington Post event in “God, Cellphones, Quarterly Earnings, and the Search for the Common Good” on Tuesday, April 2.

Jim’s op-ed “Whatever Happened to the ‘Common Good’?” appeared on TIME.com on Thursday, April 4.

 

Quick Hits:

Miroslav Volf, author of A Public Faith, spoke on the cross and the resurrection in a video on The Huffington Post.

 

Ebook Specials and Other Offers:

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

A Public Faith by Miroslav Volf
Just Politics by Ronald J. Sider
Secret Faith in the Public Square by Jonathan Malesic
What about Hitler? by Robert W. Brimlow
Church in the Present Tense by Scot McKnight, Peter Rollins, Kevin Corcoran, and Jason Clark
The Future of Christian Learning by Mark A. Noll and James Turner
Just War as Christian Discipleship by Daniel M. Bell Jr.
1 & 2 Kings (BTCB) by Peter J. Leithart
Solomon among the Postmoderns by Peter J. Leithart
Matthew (BTCB) by Stanley Hauerwas
A Cross-Shattered Church by Stanley Hauerwas
Is the Reformation Over? by Mark A. Noll and Carolyn Nystrom
The Economy of Desire by Daniel M. Bell Jr.
Athanasius by Peter J. Leithart
War and the American Difference by Stanley Hauerwas
Postliberal Theology and the Church Catholic edited by John Wright