Industrial Light & Magic Presents: Making Solo: A Star Wars Story
Industrial Light & Magic Presents: Making Solo: A Star Wars Story, by Rob Bredow (’94), Abrams Books, April 2019. Making Solo is an eyewitness account of the film’s production from visual effects supervisor and co-producer Rob Bredow — including insights into how the train heist on Vandor, L3-37, the Kessel Run and the reimagined Millennium Falcon were brought to life.
So the Next Generation Will Know
So the Next Generation Will Know, by Sean McDowell (’98, M.A. ’03, associate professor of Christian apologetics) and J. Warner Wallace (adjunct professor of apologetics), David C. Cook, May 2019. As Gen Z leaves the church in record numbers, the adults in their lives feel at a loss to stop the trend. McDowell and Wallace provide strategies and practical tactics to help train the next generation with the truth of the Christian worldview.
Finding Quiet, by J. P. Moreland (distinguished professor of philosophy), Zondervan, May 2019. Drawing from his own extended battle with debilitating anxiety, Moreland explores the spiritual and physical aspects of mental illness, pointing readers toward sound sources of information, treatment and recovery.
A Change of Affection
A Change of Affection, by Becket Cook (M.A. ’17), Thomas Nelson, July 2019. A Change of Affection shares the dramatic story of how a successful Hollywood set designer whose identity was deeply rooted in his homosexuality came to be suddenly and utterly transformed by the power of the gospel. Cook guides readers through a complex issue while revealing how to lovingly engage with those who disagree.
Divine Humility, by Matthew A. Wilcoxen (’08, M.A. ’10), Baylor University Press, August 2019. God is all-powerful, all-knowing and ever-present. But is God humble? Though the answer may seem obvious, humility is rarely identified as one of God’s attributes. Divine Humility serves as an important reminder to Christians that God, as powerful as he is, is also a God of great magnanimity and love.
Marriage: Its Foundation, Theology, and Mission in a Changing World
Marriage: Its Foundation, Theology, and Mission in a Changing World, co-edited by Erik Thoennes (professor of theology) with contributions from Curt Hamner (’77), Sean McDowell (’98, M.A. ’03, associate professor of Christian apologetics), Chris Brooks (M.A. ’10) and others, Moody Publishers, November 2018. Rooted in a scriptural understanding of marriage, this book thoughtfully engages the issues surrounding marriage being debated today.