Non-Fiction

Beyond Welcome – Karen Gonzalez

I was first introduced to Karen Gonzalez with her 2019 book from Herald Press entitled The God Who Sees, a part-memoir, part-immigration policy reform, part-biblical reflection that began with the words “Will we live out […]

Academic

The Evangelical Imagination: How Stories, Images, and Metaphors Created a Culture in Crisis – Karen Swallow Prior

In this unique approach to a complex topic, Karen Swallow Prior delves into the ways that the evangelical “social imaginary” leads many Christians to confidently believe that certain ideas and practices are biblical when they […]

Non-Fiction

Testimony – Jon Ward

Jon Ward was a child of the Evangelical movement, particularly of the Southern Baptist brand and even more particularly the strain surrounding Sovereign Grace Ministries and Covenant Life Church. As such, his memoir, Testimony: Inside […]