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!”
Results of Christianity Today’s 2016 Book Awards are in, and InterVarsity Press is pleased to announce that Fool’s Talk: Recovering the Art of Christian Persuasion by Os Guinness was chosen as the book of the year in the Apologetics/Evangelism category.
Respected New Testament scholar Ian Howard Marshall died on Saturday, December 12, 2015, after a short battle with pancreatic cancer. The author or editor of at least thirty-eight books and more than 120 essays and articles, Marshall had a significant influence on both biblical scholarship and the church.
InterVarsity Press received top honors in three of the eight categories for The Gospel Coalition's (TGC) inaugural Editors' Picks for 2015. IVP titles won in the Christian Living, International Outreach, and Faith and Work categories.
InterVarsity Press (IVP-USA) is pleased to announce a new distribution agreement with the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (SPCK). IVP-USA's stock will be available through Macmillan Distribution Limited (MDL) and SPCK will offer sales representation to key accounts and local shops in the United Kingdom and mainland Europe.
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).
InterVarsity Press is thrilled to announce the publication of three new series in its IVP Academic line of books. The series—Missiological Engagements (ME), New Explorations in Theology (NET) and Studies in Christian Doctrine and Scripture (SCDS)—further expand and deepen IVP Academic's reach into a broad range of scholarship.
After nearly nineteen years as the publisher of InterVarsity Press, Bob Fryling has announced that he will be retiring in June 2016. "This has not been a quick or easy decision as I still love IVP and our calling as a leading publisher of thoughtful Christian books," Fryling said. "Neither my passion nor my commitment to IVP has waned but as an entirely personal decision it seems like an appropriate time to allow others the privilege of leading IVP."