30 Books For Christian Readers to Watch For in 2019!

January 17, 2019


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As we tiptoe into 2019, here are the 30 new books that we are most eager to read…

Due to the nature of publishers’ catalogs, this list mostly cover just the first half of the year.  We will do a similar list in June for the second half of the year.

[ Top Ten -Pt A ] [ Top Ten- Pt B ] [ Faith-in-Practice ]
[ Theology ] [ Fiction ] [ Gen. Nonfiction ]
[ Poetry / Young Readers ]    [ Honorable Mentions ]


These titles are arranged in alphabetical order by the author’s last name…

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Bible Translation[/easyazon_link]


Robert Alter

Princeton U Press (January)

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Matthew Croasmun / Miroslav Volf

Brazos Press (January)

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Peter Enns

HarperOne  (February)

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Richard Rohr

Convergent Books  (March)

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