The second half of 2022 promises a ton of excellent new books! Here are 50 of our most anticipated books of Fall 2022 for Christian Readers…
These anticipated books of Fall 2022 (released in the second half of the year) wrestle with some of the deepest challenges of our day, and will guide us toward faithful living in the present and in years to come.
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(In Alphabetical Order by Author’s Last Name)
Sonorous Desert: What Deep Listening Taught Early Christian Monks―and What It Can Teach Us
(Princeton, July 2022)
What If Jesus Was Serious about the Church?: A Visual Guide to Becoming the Community Jesus Intended
(Moody, July 2022)
Lent: The Season of Repentance and Renewal
(IVP, Nov. 2022)
Illness, Pain, and Health Care in Early Christianity
(Eerdmans, Oct. 2022)
The Church after Innovation: Questioning Our Obsession with Work, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship
(Baker Academic, Sept. 2022)
Buried Seeds: Learning from the Vibrant Resilience of Marginalized Christian Communities
Alexia Salvatierra / Brandon Wrencher
(Baker Academic, Oct. 2022)
Reorganized Religion: The Reshaping of the American Church and Why it Matters
(Worthy Books, Aug. 2022)
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This list is missing some tremendously significant books on social issues, like The God Who Riots by Damon Garcia, Beyond Welcome by Karen González, and Grace Can Lead Us Home, by Kevin Nye.