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ChinaSource review of “Visions of Salvation”

ChinaSource releases a pre-publication review of Daryl Ireland’s Visions of Salvation: Chinese Christian Posters in an Age of Revolution: The book:

Unspeakable Cults Review in Reading Religion

Evan F. Kuehn reviews Paul J. DeHart’s Unspeakable Cults: An Essay in Christology for Reading Religion: The book:

Being and Becoming reviewed on SpoiledMilks

Check out Spencer Robinson’s recent review of Frederick David Carr’s book Being and Becoming: Human Transformation in the Letters of Paul on his blog SpoiledMilks! The book:

John Swinton on The Two Cities Podcast

Baylor Press author John Swinton speaks on The Two Cities Podcast about his theological work on dementia: His book “Becoming Friends of Time: Disability, Timefullness, and Gentle Discipleship”:

Froswa’ Booker-Drew on NBC 5

Baylor Press author Froswa’ Booker-Drew tells NBC 5 about how anyone can be a philanthropist: Her book:

John D. Barton is a Guest on Norsworthy

The Norsworthy Podcast invites Baylor Press author John D. Barton to speak on his new book Better Religion: A Primer for Interreligious Peacebuilding: The book:


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