Hot off the Press: Campus Resources from IVP ’13

The Campus Resources from InterVaristy Press: 2013-2014 Academic Year Edition is live! Interested in helping with book reviews? Contact me. AND don’t miss the IVP discount for Emerging Scholars!

“Live” . . .

Yesterday, Campus Resources from InterVarsity Press: 2013-2014 Academic Year Edition went live in the media section of the Emerging Scholars Network (ESN)’s website and on ESN’s Facebook Wall. Now it’s on the blog :)

This resource stems from a desire to place in your hands a glimpse of the classics, the excellent practical material, and the new releases InterVarsity Press (IVP) provides as we seek to

“Living” . . .

Thank-you to those who have been part of the conversation to keep Campus Resources from InterVarsity Press as cutting edge as possible, please forgive me for not being able to “fit it all in.” I’m keeping all the material on file for the 2014 – 2015 Academic Year.

Whether or not you’ve been part of the conversation in the past, I desire to receive your suggestions for refinement of the resource sheet. In addition to a continual review of the titles offered, I’m exploring the creation of focused postcard size pieces for disciplines, topics, and relevant new releases. If you’re interested in this project, please let me know. Note: I’m particularly excited about partnering in the development of campus, conferencing, and/or special event resources.

Furthermore, if you (possibly with a group of friends on-line and/or on-campus) desire to review any of these books for the Emerging Scholars Network Blog and/or participate in updating media resources such as the Core BibliographyResources on Science and Religion, Suggested Readings for Undergraduates, please contact me. I’m really looking forward to the continued growth of our community of learning this coming academic year. Note: Some of you may find Just Do It: ESN Reading Groups on Campus of inspiration and campus application.

InterVarsity Press (IVP) discount for Emerging Scholars!

As you not only personally check out Campus Resources from InterVarsity Press, but also consider what books your witnessing community reads, explores, promotes, and passes along this fall, please don’t forget about the InterVarsity Press (IVP) discount for Emerging Scholars!

What a privilege to co-labor with InterVarsity Press with the shared passion and vision to see Students and faculty transformed. Campuses renewed. World changers developed. A special thank-you to IVP’s Academic Marketing Manager for enabling us to have Campus Resources from InterVarsity Press: 2013-2014 Academic Year Edition posted as the new term begins. To God be the glory!

Update (10/25/2014): Enjoy Campus Resources from InterVarsity Press: 2014-2015 Academic Year Edition :)

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Tom Grosh IV

Enjoys daily conversations regarding living out the Biblical Story with his wife Theresa, four girls, around the block, at Elizabethtown Brethren in Christ Church (where he hosts the Christian Scholar Series), on campus as part of InterVarsity Graduate & Faculty Ministry (serving fellowships such as the Christian Medical Society/CMDA at Penn State College of Medicine), online as the Associate Director of the Emerging Scholars Network, in the culture at large, and in God's creation.

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  • Tom Grosh IV commented on August 23, 2013 Reply

    I just received an email recommendation of a book to add back to the list: “Science, Creation and the Bible – Reconciling Rival Theories of Origins” (http://www.ivpress.com/cgi-ivpress/book.pl/code=3889).* Word is that a number of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship staff have recommended this book to students who have concerns about the science/creation issue. Great to receive this testimony! I am inspired to write a post asking readers to share what InterVarsity Press books they have found most helpful in their following of Christ and why. Stay tuned as I refine this idea . . . maybe coupling this will some book giveaways :)

    *”Physicist Richard Carlson and biblical scholar Tremper Longman III address the longstanding problem of how to relate scientific description of the beginnings of the universe with the biblical creation passages found in Genesis chapters 1 and 2. Experts in their respective fields, these two authors provide a way to resolve the seeming conflicting descriptions by showing the meaning of the biblical texts as well as the meaning of scientific description.” — To learn more about “Science, Creation and the Bible” visit http://www.ivpress.com/cgi-ivpress/book.pl/code=3889. If you’d like to write a review of “Science, Creation and the Bible,” please let me know.

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