Trinity Celebrates Recent Book Publications
Trinity joyfully celebrates the recent publication of four books by members of our community.
During a gathering in the Vermeer Fireside Room on Nov. 27, Professor of Communication Arts Craig Mattson; B.A./M.Div. Mentor and Recruiter Jonathan Brooks; Assistant Professor of History Kyle Dieleman; and Professor of Music Mark Peters discussed their research, key insights from their books, and the process of publishing.
Those books are:
- Mattson: Rethinking Communication in Social Business: How Re-Modeling Communication Keeps Companies Social and Entrepreneurial. Lexington Studies in Contemporary Rhetoric Series, Lexington Press.
- Brooks: Church Forsaken: Practicing Presence in Neglected Neighborhoods. InterVarsity Press.
- Dieleman: The Battle for the Sabbath in the Dutch Reformation: Devotion or Desecration? Reformed Historical Theology Vandenhoek and Ruprecht.
- Peters: Compositional Choices and Meaning in the Vocal Works of J.S. Bach. Collection of 17 essays edited by Reginald Sanders and Peters. Published by Lexington in the Contextual Bach Studies Series. Peters also contributed the Preface and a chapter, “Death to Life, Sorry to Joy: Martin Luther’s Theology of the Cross and J.S. Bach’s Eastertide Cantata Ihr werdet weinen und heulen.”