Regent Professors Win Three Christianity Today Book Awards
Every year, Christianity Today Book Awards honour “outstanding books of special interest to the Christian community.” The awards are broad in focus, recognizing excellence in both popular and scholarly works and everything in between. They have become some of the most esteemed honours in the diverse world of Christian publishing.
This year, we are happy to announce that Regent faculty have won three of fourteen categories!
Hans Boersma won the Theology/Ethics category with his book Seeing God: The Beatific Vision in Christian Tradition.
Bruce Hindmarsh won the History/Biography category with his book The Spirit of Early Evangelicalism: True Religion in a Modern World.
Sarah Williams won the CT Women category with her memoir, Perfectly Human: Nine Months with Cerian.
Please join us in congratulating Hans, Bruce, and Sarah on these well-deserved awards.
If you didn’t just spend your Christmas holidays on the sofa immersed in one or two of these excellent reads, you can pick them up at the Regent Bookstore!
If you’d prefer a face-to-face learning opportunity, study with two of these authors at Regent Summer Programs.
Bruce will be co-teaching two courses: Love’s Redeeming Work: The Wesleys and Early Evangelical Spirituality with Mark Noll, Jun 3–7, and Martyrs, Monks & Mystics: Italy from Early Church to Renaissance with Carolyn Hindmarsh, June 15–28.
Sarah will be teaching Marriage, Sex & Family in Historical Perspective, July 8–12.
If you need a primer on the beatific vision before diving in, read Hans’s introduction to his book here.
See the full list of CT Book Awards winners with descriptions here.