Christianity Today Awards Books By Professor Matthew Kim and Several Alumni

We are again honored to have Gordon-Conwell faculty and alumni among the recipients of the annual Christianity Today Book Awards.

In the Church & Pastoral Leadership category, professor and alumnus Dr. Matthew Kim (MDiv ’02) received an award for Preaching to People in Pain: How Suffering Can Shape Your Sermons and Connect with Your Congregation. This latest publication by him guides preachers in exploring Bible passages about pain and suffering so that they can more fully encourage God’s healing and transformation in their congregations.

In the Apologetics & Evangelism category, alumnus Eric Mason (DMin ’07) received the award for Urban Apologetics: Restoring Black Dignity with the Gospel.

In Politics & Public Life, alumnus Duke Kwon (MDiv ’04, ThM ’05) received the award for his co-authored book Reparations: A Christian Call for Repentance and Repair.

In Beautiful Orthodoxy, alumna Tish Harrison Warren (MAT ’09) received the award for Prayer in the Night: For Those Who Work or Watch or Weep, and alumnus Timothy Keller (MDiv ’75) was a finalist for his book Hope in Times of Fear: The Resurrection and the Meaning of Easter.

Learn more about this year’s winning books by visiting Christianity Today Book Awards, and visit our blog to learn more about the Gordon-Conwell alumni who were recipients of last year’s awards.