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A group of evangelicalism's most stimulating thinkers consider possible apologetic responses to the challenges of postmodernity. Edited by Timothy R. Phillips and Dennis L. Okholm.
Starting this month IVP kicks off its seventy-fifth anniversary by starting a yearlong celebration of books and authors that have shaped culture, affected the church, and changed lives.
IVP began right before World War II as a small service branch of the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship campus ministry. Today, after years of development and growth, we have nearly one hundred staff based in our office in Westmont, Illinois. Times have changed in those seventy-five years, but nothing has changed about how IVP books have spoken timeless truth across many generations. Learn more about IVP's legacy and seventy-five-year history.
In this behind-the-scenes narrative of InterVarsity Press, Andrew Le Peau and Linda Doll offer a glimpse into the stories, people, and events that made IVP what it is today. Recording good times and bad, celebrations and challenges, they place IVP in its historical context and demonstrate its contribution to the academy, church, and world.
As part of its Leadership Summit in Philadelphia earlier this month, the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA) recognized InterVarsity Press (IVP) for seventy-five years of service to the church and Christian publishing.
Are you a homeschool parent looking for textbooks and resources to use with your highschool-aged children? Discover the wide variety of IVP books used by homeschool families in subjects like worldview, history, philosophy, science, humanities, biblical studies, and more.