For a long time, it was considered unseemly for American presidential candidates to campaign actively in their own behalf. While that ship has long since sailed, I’m not sure that it’s any more appropriate for authors to clamor for year-end book awards. However, if you wanted to cast a vote for The Pietist Vision of Christian Higher Education… Well, I … More The Pietist Vision a Finalist for an IVP Readers’ Choice Award!
It’s already been a good month for our book on Pietism and higher ed, between being named a finalist for a prestigious book prize and receiving a strong review from the dean of historians of Christian higher education. But if I can push our luck a bit… If you enjoyed The Pietist Vision of Christian Higher Education: … More How to Nominate Our Book for a Readers’ Choice Award
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
The prize goes to G.W. Carlson for being the first reader to spot an advertisement for our forthcoming book, The Pietist Vision of Christian Higher Education, on p. 40 of the fall issue of CCCU Advance. Leave a comment or send me an e-mail if you see it advertised elsewhere! And remember that you can preorder the book from … More Puff Pietism! Let the Promotional Campaign Begin…
Here at Bethel we’re going through the early stages of a master campus plan, and one of the first things our lead consultant told us Wednesday was that we need to get past the self-effacing reserve that comes with our Swedish, Midwestern, “pietistic” (he thought to add, to my joy and irritation) heritage and engage … More Some Blatant Self-Promotion