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that in addition to our online reviews, we publish a quarterly print magazine with exclusive interviews, book news and reviews that do not appear on our website?  Recent interviews have included Norman Wirzba, Lauren Winner, Scott Russell Sanders, Scot McKnight, Jamie Arpin-Ricci and MORE…
Recent Tables of Contents (pdf):
[ Advent 2011 ] [ Autumn 2011 ]
[ Eastertide 2011 ]

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Issue #4 (Ordinary Time / Fall) just went to the printer this morning…
The Cover is pictured below (Click image to enlarge…)
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I suppose it’s fitting that although the Church’s season of Ordinary Time begins after Pentecost in the early weeks of summer, our Ordinary Time issue arrives as people are settling back into the ordinariness of fall rhythms. Summer is often characterized as the season to get away and relax, but there’s also a peace in returning to the regular rhythms of work and school; we can even relax a bit once we settle into these rhythms.
In this new issue, we feature reviews that come at these themes from a number of different angles.  We interview Christian Smith, and have reviews of books by Miroslav Volf (Reviewed by Debra Dean Murphy), Peter Enns, Ernesto Cardenal, Geraldine Brooks, Tony Jones and more!

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If you are located outside North America (the United States / Canada), you are eligible to receive our print edition for FREE via email (sent as a PDF file). GO HERE to sign up… This global edition of issue #2 will be emailed within two weeks.

I suppose it’s fitting therefore that although the Church’s season of Ordinary Time begins after Pentecost in the early weeks of summer, our Ordinary Time issue arrives as people are settling back into the ordinariness of fall rhythms. Summer is often characterized as the season to get away and relax, but there’s also a peace in returning to the regular rhythms of work and school; we can even relax a bit once we settle into these rhythms.

 

ERB  Print issue no. 3 - Eastertide 2011For the next  week (through 12AM on Saturday August 6th Extended through 6PM on Sun. Aug 7th), we are giving away a FREE copy of our current print issue to anyone who wants one…

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Issue #3 (Eastertide 2011) of our print edition is now available!  Unfortunately, we had some problems with the first batch that we got back last week,  and have not yet mailed subscriber copies. We now have unblemished copies on our hands, which will be shipped on Monday to those who have already subscribed (or who subscribe between now and then)…

ERB  Print issue no. 3 - Eastertide 2011

In this issue, we reflect on the season of summer as a season of growth, both growth of the food that sustains us and the sorts of conversations by which we challenge each other and grow together in our churches into the fullness of Christ. This issue features an interview with Norman Wirzba, a review of Alan Jacobs’ new book on reading, a review and reflection on the one year anniversary of the BP Oil Spill and the first in a series of essays on classic books.

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We will post sample reviews on the website in the next few weeks,
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Issue #3 (Eastertide 2011) of our print edition is now available!  Copies will be mailed next week to those who have already subscribed…


ERB Print issue no. 3 - Eastertide 2011

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In this issue, we reflect on the season of summer as a season of growth, both growth of the food that sustains us and the sorts of conversations by which we challenge each other and grow together in our churches into the fullness of Christ. This issue features an interview with Norman Wirzba, a review of Alan Jacobs’ new book on reading, a review and reflection on the one year anniversary of the BP Oil Spill and the first in a series of essays on classic books.

Read the table of contents here (PDF)…

We will post sample reviews on the website in the next few weeks,
after our subscribers start receiving their copies.

Subscribe today, and we’ll get Issue #3 out in the mail to you ASAP…

If you are located outside North America (the United States / Canada), you are eligible to receive our print edition for FREE via email (sent as a PDF file).   GO HERE to sign up…  This global edition of issue #2 will be emailed within two weeks.

 

Our work here at The Englewood Review has always been focused, on promoting reading, and conversations about what is being read, as practices that are beneficial to local church communities. ERB Issue No. 2 - Cover

So, as we get ready to celebrate the most important holiday of the church year, we would like to encourage you to take this Easter Season as an opportunity to share the ERB with your own church.

Specifically, we are offering our lowest price ever on our print edition ($13.95 for 1 year or $25 for two years – Save over 50% off newsstand price!), and inviting you to purchase a subscription for your church library, pastor(s), elder(s), teacher(s) and/or whomever you think should be reading the ERB.

AND, every subscription purchased will get a free copy of our second issue, featuring interviews with L.L. Barkat, Scot McKnight, and reviews including Read Mercer Schuchardt’s review of Marshall McLuhan by Douglas Coupland and an essay on congregational conversation by Mike Bowling. (The subscription will start with issue #3, which will be out in June…)

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INHABIT  CONFERENCE - Seattle April 29-30

IF YOU ARE THINKING OF ATTENDING INHABIT and have NOT registered, please do so immediately!

(Rumor has it that there are less than 50 spaces left!!!)

The ERB is proud to be one of the sponsoring partners of the Inhabit conference in Seattle, April 29-30.

We look forward to being there and engaging in the conversation, and passing out copies of our print issue #2!

If you are in the greater Seattle area, you should make every possible effort to participate in this unique event, and if you are within a reasonable traveling distance, it is well worth your considering a trip to Seattle!

More info is available on the conference website: InhabitConference.com

 

***** We are now in the last week of our Spring contest
with over $400 in prizes (books and subscriptions to our print edition).
Be sure to CLICK HERE T O ENTER, if you haven’t already.


Issue #2 (Lent 2011) of our print edition is now available!
Copies are in the mail to those who have already subscribed…

In this issue, we reflect on the season of Lent through the lens of corporate disciplines that we take on together (as opposed to the individual disciplines that typically define Lent). This issue features interviews with Scot McKnight and L.L. Barkat, an essay on the discipline of congregational conversation and many reviews including Read Mercer Schuchardt’s feature review of Douglas Coupland’s newest book, a biography of Marshall McLuhan.  You also will find in its pages the winners of our Food Art Manifesto contest — in both the visual and writing categories.

Read the table of contents here (PDF)…

Read a sample review, Thomas Turner’s review of David Wheeler’s new book of poetry Contigency Plans (PDF).

Subscribe today, and we’ll get Issue #2 out in the mail to you ASAP…

If you are located outside North America (the United States / Canada), you are eligible to receive our print edition for FREE via email (sent as a PDF file).   GO HERE to sign up…  This global edition of issue #2 will be emailed within two weeks.

 

Cover - ERB Print Issue No. 1

Our first full-fledged print issue of the ERB is now at the printer and we are confident that we will have it back in time to hand out copies to the participants of   the A Rooted People conference next weekend!

In the meantime to whet your appetite,
we have uploaded a copy of the Table of Contents.
( CLICK HERE to read in PDF format…)

Here’s the first portion of the contents:

Feature:

Thinking Theologically About Space:
Interview with Willie James Jennings

Reviews:

  • Learning the Dance of Forgiveness
    Debra Dean Murphy on
    Forgiving as We’ve Been Forgiven
    by Greg Jones & Célestin Musekura
  • A Giddy Gilt Corona Brett Foster on
    Human Chain: Poems by Seamus Heaney
  • In Search of the Unmediated
    Ragan Sutterfield on
    Prophetically Incorrect by Robert H. Woods, Jr and Paul D. Patton
  • Belief in a Secular Age Brad Fruhauff on
    Postmodern Belief by Amy Hungerford
  • Space for the Flourishing of God’s People:
    An Interview with Sean Gladding

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Cover - ERB Print Issue No. 1We are proud to unveil the cover of the first issue of our print edition, which features artwork by Brent Aldrich. Click the image at the left for a larger version…

We are hard at work editing and laying out this first issue, which will be available in early November.

You will not want to miss it!

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News [Vol. 3, #35]

September 24, 2010 — Leave a comment

 

We are giving away two copies of
Leonard Sweet
‘s brand new book
NUDGE
: Awakening Each Other
to the God Who’s Already There

(David C. Cook 2010).

[ Read our review of NUDGE… ]

CLICK HERE to enter to win…

Subscribe to the Print Edition!

Announcing our Brand New, Quarterly Print Edition.

As we continue to encourage the practices of reading and theological conversation in our churches, we will, starting this Fall, be supplementing our online edition with a print edition that contains more reviews, interviews and book news of note for missional church communities. Our first issue will feature reviews by Debra Dean Murphy, Brett Foster, Ragan Sutterfield and others, and will explore the work of Seamus Heaney, Gregory Jones, Mary Oliver, William Stringfellow, Slavoj Žižek, Willie Jennings, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove and more! You won’t want to miss this exciting new venture!

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Fall 2010 Contest

We’re Giving Away 10 Free books from IVP !!!

Thanks to our friends at IVP Books, we are giving 10 free books in our Fall contest!!!

Invite your friends (or yourself) to a FREE email subscription to the online edition of The Englewood Review this September, and you and any friends who activate their subscription will be entered to win two free books from IVP!

[ Go here to enter to win! ]