NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)–Six new Broadman & Holman books are being released in May, including one on spiritual leadership by Henry Blackaby and the paperback edition of the Payne Stewart biography. Broadman & Holman is the trade publishing division of LifeWay Christian Resources of the Southern Baptist Convention.
— “Spiritual Leadership” by Henry Blackaby targets people who hold leadership positions inside and outside religious organizations.
— “Payne Stewart: The Authorized Biography” by Tracey Stewart with Ken Abraham is now in paperback format. This best-selling book, originally released as hardcover, highlights the life of professional golfer Payne Stewart, who died in a plane crash in October 1999.
— “Theologians of the Baptist Tradition, Revised Edition” has been updated by Timothy George and David S. Dockery in an effort to preserve and discover the Baptists’ “contribution to Christianity’s theological heritage.”
— “The Gospel for the New Millennium” is a compilation of essays on evangelism by Henry Blackaby, Lewis Drummond, Ken Hemphill, Paige Patterson, Phil Roberts and others.
— “The Nephilim Seed” by James Scott Bell, a novel about Janice Ramsey, a lawyer and single mom living in Chicago with her ten-year-old daughter Lauren. Janice is pulled into a web of deceit when Lauren is kidnapped. A twisted genius from Harvard has developed a technology to alter human consciousness so that the subject has no emotion and will do his bidding. Janices’s ex-husband has undergone this change, connecting Lauren’s kidnapping to this hideous plot.
— “A Perfect Persecution” by James R. Lucas, a novel about a future that devalues human life where babies are aborted because they do not meet certain criteria for “social contribution” — a decision made even after birth. However, there is a committed resistance. An underground group seeks to rescue as many babies as possible, publicly attempting to turn the tide against evil.