A La Carte (1/28)
As they did last year, Sovereign Grace is having a sale in February. Books, CDs and even shipping will be heavily discounted.
Rites of Passage
The Point has a good article on pop culture and the hyper-sexualization of young girls and new rites of passage.
ECPA Book Award Nominees
“The Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA) announces the finalists for the 2009 Christian Book Awards. Presented annually to the finest in Christian publishing since 1978, the Christian Book Awards honor titles in six categories: Bibles, Bible Reference & Study, Christian Life, Fiction, Children & Youth, and Inspiration & Gift. ”
Rick Warren Goes Quarterly
“He has written one of the best-selling books in history. But can pastor Rick Warren sell a magazine? The test starts this week, with the debut of Purpose Driven Connection, a quarterly publication from Reader’s Digest Association to be sold as part of a bundle of multimedia products its backers hope will connect Christians to each other and God. A subscription includes access to a Facebook-like Christian social-media Web site and DVD guides for leading a prayer group.”
The Good Book Company Goes American
“We are pleased to announce the launch of a new, Bible-centered, Christian resource provider in North America. From the 2nd February 2009, The Good Book Company will make available its full range of resources to churches and individuals in North America from its new US-based website.”
Children are not an Economic Burden
Matt Perman interacts with Nancy Pelosi’s comments indicating that she feels children are a burden on the economy.
What the Web Knows About You
“She had me at hello … or just about. Our conversation had barely started when privacy activist Betty Ostergren interrupted me to say that she had found my full name, address, Social Security number and a digital image of my signature on the Web….”