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New Kindle Ebooks! Liberty Hyde Bailey, David Lipscomb, MORE

We published our first three new Kindle ebooks this week…

a new frontier for our ongoing efforts to revive and disseminate classic works at affordable prices that we believe are essential for stirring the imagination of church communities:

      

These books are the first releases in two series, watch for additional titles in both series coming in the next few weeks.

  • The Library of  Radical Christian Discipleship (a collection of over 100+ titles from across the span of church history, divided into a number of series: Early-Church, Monasticism, Anabaptism, Stone-Campbell Tradition, etc.).  We start with the Stone-Campbell tradition (10 titles, including the above two), since that is our church tradition and since we already have published some of these books in print editions.
  • The Liberty Hyde Bailey Kindle Bookshelf Bailey was one of the most prominent American botanists of the early twentieth century and a leader in the Rural life movement, who work has set the stage for today’s new agrarianism (Wendell Berry, Wes Jackson, et al).  Initial release, six titles including the above Wind and Weather.

Be sure to check out these new Kindle ebooks ! And if you have read any of them, we’d love for you to leave a brief review on Amazon…

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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


3 Comments

  1. Thank you for publishing David Lipscomb’s “On Civil Government” on Kindle.

  2. Have you reviewed David Lipscomb’s “On Civil Government” on this website?

    • I gave the book a review on Amazon. Like you, I have not seen a review by Englewood Review of Books.