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)
In Praise of Failure: Four Lessons in Humility – Costica Bradatan (Harvard UP, January 2023)
I’m Still Here (Adapted for Young Readers): Staying Yourself in a World Made for Whiteness – Austin Channing Brown (Convergent Books, January 2023)
Living Resistance: An Indigenous Vision for Seeking Wholeness Every Day – Kaitlin Curtice (Brazos Press, March 2023)
Touch the Earth: Poems on The Way – Drew Jackson (IVP Books, January 2023)
The Library of Paradise: A History of Contemplative Reading in the Monasteries of the Church of the East – David Michelson (Oxford UP, January 2023)
All My Knotted-Up Life: A Memoir – Beth Moore (Tyndale House, Feb. 2023)
Dancing in the Darkness: Spiritual Lessons for Thriving in Turbulent Times – Otis Moss III (Simon & Schuster, Jan. 2023)
A Body of Praise: Understanding the Role of Our Physical Bodies in Worship – W. David O. Taylor (Baker Academic, March 2023)
Christian Supremacy: Reckoning with the Roots of Antisemitism and Racism – Magda Teter (Princeton UP, May 2023)
By Bread Alone: A Baker’s Reflections on Hunger, Longing, and the Goodness of God – Kendall Vanderslice (Tyndale, Feb. 2023)
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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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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.