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How Reading Forms Us

How Reading Forms Us

Whenever someone asks for my favorite quote I do not hesitate. Most other ice-breaker-type questions perplex me—my favorite food, favorite color, what animal I would be if I got to choose. For the most part, I’m indifferent to those things. I’m fickle. It varies with the years, even the days. Of one thing—one thing only …

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#LentTogether: Men and Women in Community

#LentTogether: Men and Women in Community

Taken from “Life Together in Christ” by Ruth Haley Barton for the #LentTogether Blog Series “Moreover, some women of our group astounded us. They were at the tomb early this morning, and when they did not find his body there, they came back and told us that they had indeed seen a vision of angels …

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#LentTogether: Entering the Fertile Void

#LentTogether: Entering the Fertile Void

Guest Post by David and Beth Booram  for the #LentTogether Blog Series on Behind the Books It was the first Good Friday since our world blew up. Our lives were literally turned upside down and seemingly everything that mattered was shaken up and emptied out: our community, vocation, friends, identity, innocence, security—gone.  As we sat …

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Five Ways Evangelicals Can Save Evangelicalism

Five Ways Evangelicals Can Save Evangelicalism

Editor’s Note: Books come to life in all manner of ways. Read on to discover a pivotal moment that animated Lisa Sharon Harper‘s contribution in the new book Still Evangelical?, which releases this week. I sat on the stage during the final panel discussion of the Justice Conference 2017. I wasn’t supposed to be there; …

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Social Media Marketing at IVP: How Far We’ve Come

Social Media Marketing at IVP: How Far We’ve Come

It has been nearly a decade since we opened up our InterVarsity Press Facebook pages and Twitter profiles. Our main goal for social media was to make IVP more friendly and accessible and to have a personal connection with our readers—and hopefully along the way we would appeal to new audiences and generate some sales. …

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A Closer Look at One of PW’s Top 100 Books of the Year!

A Closer Look at One of PW’s Top 100 Books of the Year!

Editor’s Note: It is a rare occurrence when one of our books is selected as one of Publishers Weekly’s top books of the year. This year, The Myth of Equality by Ken Wytsma received this prestigious recognition. We asked Ken more about the experience of receiving this award, what makes his book unique, and what his long-term …

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