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InterVarsity Press was pleased to have four titles and one book cover selected for the 2020 Word Awards Shortlist. These honors are given out by the Word Guild each year to encourage the pursuit of excellence in writing and to help to raise the profile of Canadian writers who are Christian.
InterVarsity Press was honored with three 2015 Book of the Year awards by the Association of Logos Bookstores during its annual convention in June for Teach Us to Want, Renaissance, and The Good Shepherd.
David C. Steinmetz, one of the world's leading Reformation scholars, died last week on the evening of Thanksgiving. He was the Amos Ragan Kearns Distinguished Professor Emeritus of the History of Christianity at Duke Divinity School. He was also a member of the editorial advisory board of InterVarsity Press's Reformation Commentary on Scripture (RCS).
In recognition of his publishing leadership at InterVarsity Press, and his commitment to global student evangelism, Bob Fryling will be given the ECPA Chairperson's Award at the ECPA Leadership Summit on May 3rd in Nashville.
James Bryan Smith, author of the bestselling The Good and Beautiful God, has signed a three-book contract with InterVarsity Press on the topics of beauty, goodness and truth. The first book, on beauty, will release in fall 2015.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded Jamie Aten, coauthor of Disaster Ministry Handbook, with the Community Preparedness Champion Award, one of eleven honors given out as part of the 2016 FEMA Individual and Community Preparedness Awards.
Missio Alliance has chosen five InterVarsity Press titles for its Top 10 Essential Reading List of 2015. The Missio Alliance editors wrote, “If you’re looking for books that seek to advance a theologically robust, diverse, and hopeful vision for evangelical witness amid the challenges and opportunities facing the North American Church in the 21st Century, we think these should be at the top of your list!”
Widely respected theologian and philosopher Richard Mouw, who served as president of Fuller Theological Seminary for twenty years, has signed a contract with InterVarsity Press to release his next book, tentatively titled How to Be a Patriotic Christian, in fall 2022.
John H. Walton, a prolific author and professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College and Graduate School, has signed a three-book contract with IVP Academic.