Alumni and Faculty Authors
Daryl Aaron, Ph.D.
Understanding Your Bible in 15 Minutes a Day (Bethany House, 2012).
Garry R. Morgan, D. Miss.
Understanding World Religions in 15 Minutes a Day (Bethany House, 2012).
Donald Carlson ’99
Jewish-Christian Interpretation of the Pentatuech in the Pseudo-Clementine Homilies (Fortress Press, 2013).
Amy Espeseth ’97
Sufficient Grace (Scribe Publications, 2013). This debut novel was nominated for the prestigious Warwick Prize.
Shari Harris ’05
Walking inFaith: Stories of Hope and Encouragement for the Workplace (WestBow Press, 2011)
Christa Kinde ’92
The Broken Window (Zondervan, 2013)
Mark Van Steenwyk ’02
The Unkingdom of God: Embracing the Subversive Power of Repentance (InterVarsity Press, 2013)
Addie Eclov Zierman ’04
When We Were on Fire (Convergent Books, 2013)
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