"Going Public: Christian Responsibility in a Divided America" by Lawrence E. Adams and "Christianity Incorporated: How Big Business Is Buying the Church" by Michael L. Budde & Robert W. Brimlow

Wednesday, 06 Jun 2007

Time was when the Protestant publishing world was clearly divided between evangelical and mainline readers and authors. Over the last decade, this division has become less discernible and these recent books from Brazos Press, a division of Baker Book House, are representative of the trend. According to its own publicity material, Brazos is "an ecumenical confessional Christian publishing house … grounded in the Great Tradition common to Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Anabaptist, confessionally oriented mainline Protestant, and Protestant evangelical Christianity." One way of interpreting this is to say that this division of Baker will no longer be exclusively ...

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