Energion author David Alan Black is offering a seminar at Shepherds Theological Seminary. In this picture, provided by Thomas Hudgins, he is signing copies of his book Why Four Gospels?.
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Energion author David Alan Black‘s revised book Paul: Apostle of Weakness will be released soon by Wipf and Stock. This book was originally published in 1984 and Dave has put considerable work on the revision. We celebrate with him on this milestone. (Note to Energion authors: If you have a book published by another house, […]
… and you aren’t even required to review it (though we wouldn’t mind if you did!). Yesterday on his blog Dave Black said: 8:00 AM I am so excited about what the Lord Jesus is doing in my local church. A revolution is taking place — a new revolution that has to take place if […]
Robert Stump reviews David Alan Black’s book Why Four Gospels? on his Homo Homini Lupus blog. Two portions stand out: The greatness of Black’s little book is its common sense. That it has taken so many years for someone of Black’s prestige to stand up and point out the silliness is too bad; that it has finally […]
Office and review copies of The Church Under the Cross (William Powell Tuck) and Will You Join the Cause of Global Missions? (David Alan Black) are arriving today. Bloggers, request your review copies. These books are already in stock at Amazon.com (Church, Missions), B&N (Church, Missions), and Energion Direct (Church, Missions).
Barnes & Noble is offering the book Will You Join the Cause of Global Missions? by David Alan Black for just $2.57. This price was observed on the B&N website on February 4, 2012, and I have no idea how long it will last. Use the button to the left to go to the B&N […]
No, they're not related, except as they both have to do with Energion authors. On Energion.net, Energion author Nick May asks whether The Word on the Street is a Bible. As for Black Tuesdays, these don't have to do with the color black, but with David Alan Black, author of Why Four Gospels?. Mark Stevens […]
There’s a nice, and exceptionally readable, review of Why Four Gospels? at A Living Sacrifice. I don’t usually comment on our blog reviewers, because bloggers must be free to review as they see fit, but in this case I make an exception. I’m not talking about the review being positive (which it is), but about […]
November 18, 2010 Energion Publications is pleased to announce the addition of a special category for academic books to their growing catalog. This will showcase books that advance scholarship while continuing the mission of Energion Publications.