Kenneth W. Arthur’s new book Out of the Ashes: Constructive Theology for those Burned out on Christianity is now available on Google Play.
Author: Energion Publications
For more information, see this book’s catalog page on Energion Direct. It is currently on pre-order sale for $6.99 through August 16, 2017.
A birthday. A time to celebrate. A time to reflect on past years and subsequent growth and accomplishments. Energion Publications began in August 2004. The first edition of Dr. Alden Thompson’s book, Who’s Afraid of the Old Testament God? was the first book in our catalog. In the last 13 years, we have prayerfully tried […]
Over the weekend I created a short spot for Dr. Bruce Epperly’s book, Jonah: When God Changes, using a recording he made for me a couple of weeks ago. This is just a short introduction to this powerful little book. I’m embedding that spot, and also an earlier half-hour interview with Bruce regarding the same […]
Preview The Honeycomb is Waiting on Google Books: Also available on Kindle and iTunes.
The featured image is the front cover. Watch here for more news over the next few days. The book is by Rev. Kenneth Arthur.
Esta semana Energion Publications publicó su tercer libro que ha sido traducido al español. Se pueden ver en https://energiondirect.com/spanish. Siete marcas de una iglesia neotestamentaria: Una guía para cristianos de todas las edades es el tercer libro y lo más reciente en nuestra categoría española. David Alan Black (ThD) examina la iglesia del primer siglo […]
Rev. Dave Ketter reviews this new book by Daniel McGregor. You can buy print copies of Holy Dark Places from Energion Direct. Key quote: On the whole, this is a solid introduction to the exploration of spiritual suffering. McGregor’s biblical rootedness and overview of historic Christian tradition, even up to the modern era will equip […]
Energion author David Alan Black has been honored with a Festschrift. Co-editor (and Energion author as well) Thomas W. Hudgins has the announcement.
Andy Garza reads from his novel The Scarab and the Cross in this video, a nice reminder of what it might have been like to live through the events of Good Friday and Easter.