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‘A Very Big Problem’ explores the expansiveness of God’s love

“A Very Big Problem,” a brand-new picture book by co-authors Amy-Jill Levine and Sandy Eisenberg Sasso and illustrator Annie Bowler, is now available. It’s been published by Flyaway Books, an imprint affiliated with Westminster John Knox Press.

Former Stated Clerk Parsons pens ‘Our Connectional Church’

Westminster John Knox Press is pleased to announce the publication of Our Connectional Church: The Hopeful Future of the PC(USA) from Gradye Parsons with a foreword by Frank Clark Spencer. From Spring City, Tennessee, to Atlanta, Georgia, Parsons explores the unique faith traditions of four Presbyterian churches, demonstrating the diversity of ministry done by Presbyterians today.

Latest work from Walter Brueggemann gathers wisdom on hope

Westminster John Knox Press is proud to announce the release of A Gospel of Hope, the latest from beloved author Walter Brueggemann. Filled with nuggets of wisdom, this must-have volume gathers Brueggemann’s insights on the beauty of the Gospel and the many ways it can inspire hope.

New book explores the church’s role in advocating for women’s equality

What role does the church play in advocating for women’s equality? Pastor Erin Wathen argues it must play a much larger role than it historically has. While the rhetoric against women and their bodies has changed as women’s roles in public life have evolved, so too has misogyny.

New book addresses gender theory and faithful responses to transgender inclusion

Westminster John Knox Press is pleased to announce the release of Transforming: The Bible and the Lives of Transgender Christians. In this book, transgender advocate and Christian, Austen Hartke, guides readers through an introduction to gender theory and examines passages from Scripture to make the case for transgender inclusion in the church.