Coming Soon from Energion Publications

We have a number of new books coming up in October and November.  Links to retailers are provided on each book’s catalog page. Here’s a summary:

Why Four Gospels? Why Four Gospels? (Second Edition) will be released October 15, 2010.  It is already available for pre-order from Energion Direct,  Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.  You’ll find the links to retailers on its catalog page.
I mentioned The Sacred Journey yesterday, and advance copies are going out as I write, but the release date is now set for November 15.  You can request your advance copy for review, or pre-order the book from Energion Direct, Amazon.com, or Barnes & Noble. The Sacred Journey
Ultimate Allegiance Next in line is Ultimate Allegiance: The Subversive Nature of the Lord’s Prayer, which is also scheduled for November 15.  This is the second volume of the Areopagus Critical Christian Issues Series and is written by Dr. Bob Cornwall.  Advance copies will be available in about 10 days.  If you’d like to review an advance copy, now is the time to e-mail pubs@energion.com and request one.
On November 30 we will release two new books, the first is The Politics of Witness, which is the third volume of the Areopagus Critical Christian Issues Series.  This little volume by Dr. Allan Bevere will address some critical issues regarding living in this world as citizens of God’s kingdom.


The second is God’s Glory in Missions.  It is written by Phil Hopkins, and deals with the missiology of John Piper.  There is no cover or catalog page yet, but those will be coming shortly as well as advance copies.  Watch here for more information.

The Politics of Witness
Ephesians: A Participatory Study Guide Finally, taking us into 2011, we have the next volume of the Participatory Study Series, Ephesians:  A Participatory Study Guide, written by Dr. Bob Cornwall.  This study guide will be available January 3, 2011.  Advance copies are available immediately.  If you would like to use advance copies in a class or small group, please e-mail us.  We cannot supply free advance copies for groups, but we will provide them at a very low price.

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