Videos: Short clips on Brazos authors and their books.

Video: Scripture, Tradition, and Rejoicing in Lament

Scripture, Tradition, and Rejoicing in Lament

(Don’t miss our blog tour and book giveaway for Rejoicing in Lament: www.RejoicinginLament.com.)

Video: The Story behind Rejoicing in Lament

The Story behind Rejoicing in Lament

(Don’t miss our blog tour and book giveaway for Rejoicing in Lament: www.RejoicinginLament.com.)

Video: Kingdom Conspiracy by Scot McKnight

In his new book, Kingdom Conspiracy: Returning to the Radical Mission of the Local Church, Scot McKnight asks hard questions of popular understandings of the kingdom, suggesting we have fundamentally misunderstood this central biblical theme.

Visit www.KingdomConspiracy.com to learn more about the book Publishers Weekly called “a must-read for church leaders today.”

Videos: Marlena Graves on A Beautiful Disaster

Today begins the blog tour for A Beautiful Disaster: Finding Hope in the Midst of Brokenness by Marlena Graves.

“Graves tenderly opens the deepest of her own heart’s wounds while demonstrating that God is always present in our pain, always attending to us in our trouble, and always at the ready to provide us the strength and grace to endure.” —CBA Retailers + Resources

To learn more about A Beautiful Disaster, click here.

To follow the blog tour, click here.

 
 
 

Introducing A Beautiful Disaster

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What Might a Wilderness Look Like in Our Lives?

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A Tool to Start Conversations

Videos: Craig Blomberg on Can We Still Believe the Bible?

Don’t miss the blog tour for Can We Still Believe the Bible?, which starts on Monday, March 17.

Visit CanWeStillBelieve.com for a complete list of participating bloggers.

 

Who Did You Write the Book for?

 

Is the Bible Still Trustworthy?

 

Time to Set the Story Straight

 

Six Questions about the Trustworthiness of Scripture

 

 

Making the Bible Say Too Little, or Too Much

 

Cutting-Edge Scholarship for Everyday Christians

Starting Monday: Blog Tour for Can We Still Believe the Bible

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Brazos Press has organized a blog tour for Craig Blomberg’s new book, Can We Still Believe the Bible?: An Evangelical Engagement with Contemporary Questions.

The tour has an impressive list of bloggers, including Lee McDonald, Darrell Bock, Michael Bird, Nijay Gupta, Craig Keener, and others.

For the next two weeks (March 17-27), the tour will make stops at a variety of blogs, moving through the book chapter by chapter.

During the blog tour, we are running a giveaway with a grand prize of 5 books:

– Can We Still Believe the Bible? by Craig Blomberg
– Miracles (two volumes) by Craig S. Keener
– The Story of Jesus in History and Faith by Lee Martin McDonald
– Are You the One Who Is to Come? by Michael F. Bird
– Jesus according to Scripture by Darrell L. Bock

We will also be giving away an additional five copies of Can We Still Believe the Bible? by Craig Blomberg.

Be sure to check out the blog tour at CanWeStillBelieve.com.

From Education to Legislation by Daniel Carroll

 

Immigration is one of the most pressing issues on the national agenda. In this accessible book, an internationally recognized immigration expert helps readers think biblically about this divisive issue, offering accessible, nuanced, and sympathetic guidance for the church. As both a Guatemalan and an American, the author is able to empathize with both sides of the struggle and argues that each side has much to learn.

This updated and revised edition reflects changes from the past five years, responds to criticisms of the first edition, and expands sections that have raised questions for readers. It includes a foreword by Samuel Rodríguez and an afterword by Ronald Sider. This timely, clear, and compassionate resource will benefit all Christians who are thinking through the immigration issue.

 

For more information about Christians at the Border, click here.

A Unique Cultural Perspective on Immigration by Daniel Carroll

 

Immigration is one of the most pressing issues on the national agenda. In this accessible book, an internationally recognized immigration expert helps readers think biblically about this divisive issue, offering accessible, nuanced, and sympathetic guidance for the church. As both a Guatemalan and an American, the author is able to empathize with both sides of the struggle and argues that each side has much to learn.

This updated and revised edition reflects changes from the past five years, responds to criticisms of the first edition, and expands sections that have raised questions for readers. It includes a foreword by Samuel Rodríguez and an afterword by Ronald Sider. This timely, clear, and compassionate resource will benefit all Christians who are thinking through the immigration issue.

 

For more information about Christians at the Border, click here.

Daniel Carroll on Immigration and Christianity

 

Immigration is one of the most pressing issues on the national agenda. In this accessible book, an internationally recognized immigration expert helps readers think biblically about this divisive issue, offering accessible, nuanced, and sympathetic guidance for the church. As both a Guatemalan and an American, the author is able to empathize with both sides of the struggle and argues that each side has much to learn.

This updated and revised edition reflects changes from the past five years, responds to criticisms of the first edition, and expands sections that have raised questions for readers. It includes a foreword by Samuel Rodríguez and an afterword by Ronald Sider. This timely, clear, and compassionate resource will benefit all Christians who are thinking through the immigration issue.

 

For more information about Christians at the Border, click here.

Introducing Christians at the Border, 2nd Ed.


Immigration is one of the most pressing issues on the national agenda. In this accessible book, an internationally recognized immigration expert helps readers think biblically about this divisive issue, offering accessible, nuanced, and sympathetic guidance for the church. As both a Guatemalan and an American, the author is able to empathize with both sides of the struggle and argues that each side has much to learn.

This updated and revised edition reflects changes from the past five years, responds to criticisms of the first edition, and expands sections that have raised questions for readers. It includes a foreword by Samuel Rodríguez and an afterword by Ronald Sider. This timely, clear, and compassionate resource will benefit all Christians who are thinking through the immigration issue.

 

For more information about Christians at the Border, click here.