This is a conversation between Energion authors Dr. Terrell Carter and Dr. Lonnie Davis Wesley, III.
Two scholars who believe in a high view of scriptures and the miraculous discuss how the term “inerrancy” can impact how we study the Bible.
Is everyone welcome at the table? How do we welcome people? How can we be open to others?
These are some national trends we believe are valuable for our authors to consider. The first infographic below shows the dominance of Facebook. Despite this dominance, while our Facebook advertising has been productive to some extent, it is becoming harder and harder to sell via Facebook. Facebook is also the dominant target for disinformation campaigns….
This week we’re offering free ebook editions of Directed Paths and Pathways to Prayer in our eBook Giveaway of the Week.
At a seminar I attended on marketing books, the leader asked us how many had issues with Amazon. Nearly every hand in the room went up. The leader continued by asking us how many of us had bought something from Amazon in the last day, week, and month. By the time she got to “week,”…
This post, To Be a Child of God, by Dr. Robert D. Cornwall has been added to our Discussing the Law in Scripture page.
I’ve often commented to authors who are doing rewrites that they’re going the wrong way. In general, as an editor, I was hoping for some reduction in the word count while revising. I didn’t realize the tendency to increase the number of words is a scientifically demonstrable fact. There has been a study. And it…