Whether you're looking for author interviews, behind-the-scenes information on our books, or original articles from IVP authors, you've come to the right place! Read our most recent articles and interviews below.
As a publishing house, IVP desires to speak thoughtfully and in a balanced but bold manner into questions on the integration of faith, discipleship, and politics. What constitutes the common good and building a just society—not only in election years, but every year? Books are vehicles for promoting liberty, for shedding light on darkness. In this article, former IVP publisher Jeff Crosby shows how in a time when many of us are distracted by clickbait and popular opinion, books still have a tremendous impact.
Are you looking for ways to tangibly share God's love and kindness with those in your community and around the world? To connect you with practical ideas for giving and getting involved, we've gathered some ministries near and dear to our authors' hearts that are worthy of your support. We're happy to shine a light on these nonprofits in order to bolster the kingdom work they are doing all over the world.
We're all facing disruption right now as the coronavirus and COVID-19 have radically altered our daily lives. But one thing is certain—we're coming together even as we practice social distancing, whether it's in virtual spaces, in our homes, or as a world community. Christian community is just as important now as ever, so use these tips and resources to stay hopeful while we're together at home.
In this original article, leading Christian historian, author, and professor Mark Noll expounds on the state of evangelicalism today. Building on the work of other scholars and his experience as coeditor of the History of Evangelicalism Series, Noll shares how world Christianity has shaped what we now know as the evangelical movement.
In many ways, academic publishing is its own world, especially when it comes to writing for scholarly journals. Often colleges and universities provide mentors for new faculty seeking to advance professionally, guiding them in the ways of publishing. Nonetheless, professors often make simple mistakes when it came to book publishing. Here are a few tips for smoothing the way to a contract from editor and author Andy Le Peau.