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Top 50 Books for Christian Readers to Watch for in 2016!

Top50-2016

Here are the top 50 books that are slated for release in 2016 that we think will be beneficial for Christians.  Our focus here at the ERB is the life, health and flourishing of God’s people, and specifically we focus on the themes of Community, Mission, Imagination and Reconciliation.

Also note that there are many more books here from the first half of the year than from the second half, as many publishers have not released their full summer and fall catalogs yet.

We’ve broken this list up into the Top 10 books and the remaining 40, which are sorted into five categories: Christian, Non-Fiction, Poetry and Fiction…

What books are you most looking forward to in 2016?

[ Top 10 – Pt A ]  [ Top 10 – Pt B ]  [ Top 10 – Pt C ]  
[ Christian Practice ] 
[ Theology ] [ Non-Fiction ] [ Fiction ]  [ Poetry

Theology
Books to Watch for in 2015

(Sorted Alphabetically
By Author’s Last Name)

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William Cavanaugh
February – Eerdmans
 
 
 

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Peter Enns
April – HarperOne
 
 
 

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Robert P. Jones
July – Simon & Schuster
 
 
 
 

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Alan Kreider
January – Baker Academic
 
 
 

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Paul Pastor
February – David C. Cook
 
 
 

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James K.A. Smith
Brazos Press – March
 
 
 

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Miroslav Volf
Yale UP – January
 
 
 

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Norman Wirzba
March – HarperOne
 
 
 

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