The Weekly Hit List: August 10, 2012

Good News for Anxious Christians by Phillip Cary was reviewed on the Patheos blog Mind Over Media.

“There are at least two reasons to read Phillip Cary’s Good News for Anxious Christians: to help you think about what being ‘guided’ by the Holy Spirit means, and to think about the problem of pain in greater depth.

“Written for his students, Cary’s goal is to remind us that Christianity is a message of Good News about Jesus Christ rather than a requirement that we experience a certain emotion or receive some form of internal message from God.

“Additionally, his chapter on suffering is good enough (the best in the book, as far as I’m concerned) to merit special attention.”


Quick Hits:

Dale Goldsmith and Joy V. Goldsmith, authors of Speaking of Dying, wrote an article for The Huffington Post, “Is There Such a Thing as a Good Death?

The August issue of Border Crossings (the Brazos Press e-newsletter) is now available.

Lee C. Camp, author of Who Is My Enemy?, wrote an article titled “Batman, Neo-Nazis and the Good News of Jesus” for The Huffington Post.


Ebook Specials and Other Offers:

August ebook specials are currently running for multiple Brazos Press and Baker Academic titles. All of these ebooks are at least 60% off:

Proverbs and Ecclesiastes by Daniel J. Treier
Adventures in Daily Prayer by Bert Ghezzi
Letters to a Young Calvinist by James K. A. Smith
Seven Deadly Spirits by T. Scott Daniels
Be Not Afraid by Samuel Wells
Creating a Spiritual Legacy by Daniel Taylor
The Truth Shall Make You Odd by Frank G. Honeycutt