Announcing our newest print issue- Advent 2011!!!

Issue #5 (Advent 2011) of our print edition came back from the printer this week and had been mailed to our subscribers!

Advent offers us the opportunity to reflect on the meaning of Christ’s coming to earth, and in this issue, we have focused particularly on Christ’s coming as the “prince of peace,” and what that might mean for us as his followers.  This issue features interviews with Jamie Arpin-Ricci and Dorothy Ranaghan, an essay by Ragan Sutterfield on the discipline and joys of handwriting letters, our Best Books of 2011 list, reviews by L.L. Barkat, John Nugent and much more!

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 #5 out in the mail to you ASAP…
A subscription to our print edition makes a wonderful gift for the reader in your life!

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 #5 will be emailed within two weeks.

C. Christopher Smith is the founding editor of The Englewood Review of Books. He is also author of a number of books, including most recently How the Body of Christ Talks: Recovering the Practice of Conversation in the Church (Brazos Press, 2019). Connect with him online at: C-Christopher-Smith.com

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