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New Monograph Series

Authentic Media & Paternoster Press have been sold to Koorong Booksellers in Australia.  This leaves the fate of many excellent Paternoster book series in limbo.  As Sean Winters notes, The Centre for Baptist History and Heritage (at Regent’s Park College, Oxford) is stepping in to fill the gap that will be left by the end of Paternoster’s great Baptist History and Thought series.  The New monograph series will be Centre for Baptist History and Heritage Studies.  For the Paternoster volumes already out,  Wipf and Stock Publishers are reprinting all of them.  Those volumes are listed and linked on my “Global Readings in Baptist Identity” page on this blog for easy reference–a page that will be updated regularly. The new series will appear there, too.

SEE COMMENTS FOR AN IMPORTANT UPDATE/CORRECTION BY A PATERNOSTER OFFICIAL!

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February 17, 2010 - Posted by | Baptists, books

2 Comments »

  1. A correction:
    you speak of “the gap that will be left by the end of Paternoster’s great Baptist History and Thought series”. I can assure you that no decision has been taken to end that series or any of the monograph series. The series is simply under review, as are all Authentic books, as part of the new purchase. I would not want any readers to think that we had decided to drop our prestigious monograph series.

    The delays caused by the review process have meant that we have passed some titles across to CBHH – titles that are time sensitive.

    I am pleased that you like the books. I hope that this clarifies things a little.

    Robin Parry, Editorial Director for Paternoster

    Comment by Robin Parry | February 17, 2010 | Reply

    • That’s good to know!

      Comment by Michael Westmoreland-White | February 17, 2010 | Reply


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