Lindbergh Updates: Reader Reviews, First Podcasts, and a Sept. 14 Book Talk

It’s been almost three weeks now since my biography of Charles Lindbergh hit shelves, and it’s been a pleasure to read the first reader reviews — all of which have been stellar. I was particularly tickled to find this plaudit from historian-journalist Daniel Silliman, who is currently writing a religious biography of Richard Nixon for … More Lindbergh Updates: Reader Reviews, First Podcasts, and a Sept. 14 Book Talk

How You Can Help Spread the Word about The Pietist Option

Two weeks until The Pietist Option hits shelves! And I know that our publisher has already been sending out some pre-ordered and promotional copies. So as it starts to find its way into the hands of readers, let me suggest a few ways that you can help Mark and me spread the word about a book whose … More How You Can Help Spread the Word about The Pietist Option

Early Success for Our Pietism Book

12/8/14 – According to the countdown widget I’ve added to the blog, we’re now twenty-eight days away from the publication of The Pietist Vision of Christian Higher Education: Forming Whole and Holy Persons. But according to Amazon, our book is already the #1 new release in the higher education administration category! So don’t wait too long to preorder: copies … More Early Success for Our Pietism Book

Academic Historians On (and Off) Year-End “Best of” Lists

‘Tis the season for media old and new to trot out their “best of” lists for the soon-to-conclude year. As I did in 2012, I’ve been working on collating some such lists into a Christmas gift-giving guide for history buffs. In the process, I’ve been heartened to find a few academic historians garnering praise for … More Academic Historians On (and Off) Year-End “Best of” Lists