From Classism to Community:
A Challenge for the Church by Jini
Kilgore Cockroft (Oct. 3, trade paper,
$16.99, ISBN 978-0-817017-73-6).
Cockroft examines the biblical ideas
that all persons are made in the image
of God, and that persons who are transformed through faith in Jesus become
members of equal standing in the Christian
Towards Better Disagreement:
Religion and Atheism in Dialogue
by Paul Hedges (Sept. 21, trade paper,
$16.95, ISBN 978-1-78592-057-8).
Hedges rejects the popular perception
of atheism and religion as polar opposites
and advocates better understanding,
and more constructive disagreement,
between the two.
Essays on Ethics by Jonathan Sacks
(Sept. 15, hardcover, $24.95, ISBN 978-
1-59264-449-0). Rabbi Jonathan
Sacks, the 2016 Templeton Prize recip-
ient, explores the Torah in an attempt
to uncover the moral dimension of
He Knows Your Name: How One
Abandoned Baby Inspired Me to Say
Yes to God by Linda Znachko (Sept. 27,
trade paper, $14.99, ISBN 978-0-8254-
4404-3). When the news reported a dead
baby abandoned in a dumpster, Znachko’s
comfortable life changed dramatically.
She was suddenly convinced that God
was asking her to provide a dignified
burial for this tiny lost child.
You Are the Catholic Brand:
Questions for Skeptical Young
Catholics by Matthew Kilmurry (Aug. 1,
trade paper, $15, ISBN 978-0-7648-
2641-2). Drawing on brand management
principles used by successful companies,
marketing executive Kilmurry explores
how Catholics can help Pope Francis
rebrand the Church while evangelizing
Christ: The First Two Thousand
Years by Martyn Whittock, illus. by
Esther Whittock (Sept. 28, trade paper,
$17.95, ISBN 978-0-745970-45-5),
traces the history of Christ through the
crusades, the Reformation, and the wars
One Love: A Pastoral Guide to The
Order of Celebrating Matrimony by
Paul Turner (Aug. 15, trade paper, $14.95,
ISBN 978-0-8146-4923-7). The publica-
tion of the second edition of The Order of
Celebrating Matrimony provides new
liturgical and pastoral opportunities for
presiders and parishes. Turner—at expert
in Catholic liturgy—provides sound
guidance and instruction on the rite.
For the Love of the Gods: The
History and Modern Practice of
Theurgy by Brandy Williams (Sept. 8,
trade paper, $21.99, ISBN 978-0-738744-
69-8) features imagined dialogues
between influential Western philoso-
phers and their students, and hands-on
instructions for theurgic practices.
Humble Roots: How Humility
Grounds and Nourishes Your Soul by
Hannah Anderson (Oct. 4, trade paper,
$12.99, ISBN 978-0-802414-59-5).
Exploring Jesus’s “come unto me” invi-
tation, in Philippians 2, and various
texts from the Gospels, Anderson exam-
ines the cause, nature, and dangers of
busyness and self-dependence.
Chase the Lion: If Your Dream
Doesn’t Scare You, It’s Too Small by
Mark Batterson (Sept. 6, hardcover,
$19.99, ISBN 978-1-601428-85-1).
In this manifesto, bestselling author
Batterson challenges readers to chase
the lions in their lives and to be prepared
to act accordingly when they catch
Dirty Glory: Go Where Your Best
Prayers Take You by Pete Greig (Oct. 18,
trade paper, $16.99, ISBN 978-1-631466-
15-1). Greig tells story after story of God’s
faithful interaction with human prayer to
change lives and cultures.
Everyday Peace: Standing Firm in
His Provision by Katie Orr (Sept. 5,