I am honored to have contributed to this amazing devotional. My Conference on Faith and History colleagues Chris Gehrz and Beth Allison Barr are the editors. Here is a description from Baylor University Press:
Join over forty Christian historians as they journey through the biblical and historical past, reading God’s word in light of the experiences of those made in God’s image. Along with an invitation to study Scripture from Genesis through Revelation, Faith and History: A Devotional provides a link between modern Christians and faithful believers from the past—reminding us of all we share in our faith in the present day, as well as how different were the past worlds of our sisters and brothers in Christ.
With Faith and History, you will read the Gospels in light of the Civil Rights Movement and the Holocaust and pray the psalms alongside Frederick Douglass and Isaac Watts. Learn more about well-known Christians such as Billy Graham, C. S. Lewis, Aimee Semple McPherson, John Perkins, and St. Patrick, and meet historical figures who are less known but no less significant, such as faith healer Kathryn Kuhlman, Anabaptist martyr Felix Manz, and medieval mystic Margery Kempe. Each scriptural passage pairs with a historical reflection, suggests questions for further consideration and discussion, recommends resources for historical study, and closes with a short prayer.
This unique devotional integrates historical reflection with study and prayer to help Christians meet their ongoing need for spiritual formation. Faith and History is also intended to help Christians better understand their relationship to the past at a time when history, memory, and heritage are so hotly contested in American politics and society.
Learn more here. Writers include Nadya Williams, Jonathan Den Hartog, Mary Bracy, Veronica Gutierrez, Brenda Thompson Schoolman, David McFarland, Karen Johnson, Heath Carter, Kristin Kobes Du Mez, Trisha Posey, Elesha Coffman, Mark Noll, Grant Wacker, Joel Carpenter, John Turner, Daniel Williams, Amy Poppinga, Janine Giordano Drake, Andrea Turpin, Shirley Mullen, Jay Case, Jared Burkholder, Rick Ostrander, Peggy Bendroth, Wendy Wong Schirmer, David Swartz, Amy Artman, Rick Kennedy, Scott Culpepper, and Douglas Sweeney.