Pipeline

In the pipeline for the next few years:

May 2019 should see the publication of Light After Darkness: How to Reformers Regained, Retold, and Relied On the Gospel of Grace (Christian Focus), with chapters on Luther, Calvin, Zwingli, Tyndale, and Cranmer.

I’m delighted to be co-editing (with Brad Green) a volume of the IVP Reformation Commentary on Scripture: https://www.ivpress.com/rcs/. I’ve done the Pastoral Epistles (1 and 2 Timothy, and Titus). Due out in October 2019 I think.

In May 2019, I hope to publish Fight Valiantly! Contending for the Faith, in the Bible and in the Church of England. Later in 2019, I hope to edit  Reach, Build, Send: A Pattern for Anglican Ministry which is papers from a Junior Anglican Evangelical Conference, by Paul Williams, Mark Burkill, Glen Scrivener, and others. 2019 may also see a book with Ros Clarke and Ash Carter covering the Creed, the Lord’s Prayer, the Ten Commandments, the Sacraments, and Church (title to be confirmed — all ideas welcome!).

I’m hoping to get a cheap modern paperback edition of The Anglican Homilies (Book 1) out in 2020.

I have been commissioned to write The Christian’s Pocket Guide to John Owen by Christian Focus Publications, as well as a book of Daily Readings from John Owen.

I am writing a book tentatively called Are Anglicans among the Reformed? for the Reformation Heritage Books series Explorations in Reformed Confessional Theology. This could be out sometime in the 2020s!

Editing: the Hales-Balcanquahal correspondence for a multi-volume critical edition of the documents related to the Synod of Dort. See here for more details.

Also planned are some books on George Herbert, John Calvin, Pleasing God, and the Anglican Lectionary. But no firm plans for publication as yet. Plus, some large scale editing projects are underway on a new 38 volume Complete Works of John Owen, and a 50 volume commentary on the Bible. Details to be announced in due course…

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