Virtual Book Display

Welcome to the Virtual Exhibitor’s Display—the electronic version of the book display at the Annual Meeting  Here you will find links to familiar publishers and others—those who have set up their ‘tables’ at our meetings with titles of new and classic books. The exhibitors have established links to the types of books they think would be particularly attractive to SCE members. Browse now, and come back often, to see what’s new in offerings, and purchase from the publishers whom you have come to know through our meetings.

Anselm Academic Logo
www.anselmacademic.org

Saint Anselm helped usher in a new age with his motto of “faith seeking understanding.” Anselm Academic publishes in this spirit of inquiry, combining modern scholarship with effective pedagogy to promote critical thought, inquiry, and dialogue.

We provide accessible, engaging texts for the contemporary student, written by teaching scholars whose experience in the classroom informs their writing and pedagogy. Our goal is always to ask, “What’s in it for the instructor and the student?” The result: texts that are accessible, scholarly, and engaging, meeting the needs of students and teachers alike.

Baker Academic Logo
http://www.bakerpublishinggroup.com/bakeracademic

Baker Academic serves the academy and the church by publishing works that further the pursuit of knowledge and understanding within the context of Christian faith. Building on our Reformed and evangelical heritage, we connect authors and readers across the broader academic community by publishing books that reflect historic Christianity and its contemporary expressions. Our authors are scholars who are leaders in their fields, write irenically, and display a healthy respect for other perspectives and traditions. Our goal is to publish books that are notable for their inherent quality and deemed essential reading by students and scholars.

Brazos Press Logo
http://www.bakerpublishinggroup.com/brazospress

Brazos Press fosters the renewal of classical, orthodox Christianity by publishing thoughtful, theologically grounded books on subjects of importance to the church and the world. We serve authors and readers from all major streams of the historic Christian tradition, recognizing that the renewal of Christian orthodoxy transcends many traditional boundary lines and polarities.

Theological Book Network Logo

The Theological Book Network, a 501©(3) non-profit organization based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, supports indigenous scholarship and the formation of global church leaders by providing high-quality theological print and digital material to under-served schools in Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe.  The resources distributed by the Network are donated by scholars, publishers and theological libraries.

Learn more about the Network and review book donation guidelines by visiting www.theologicalbooknetwork.org or emailing info@theologicalbooknetwork.org.

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