16 kregel.com/academic APOLOGETICS, EVANGELISM & MISSIOLOGY LEAVING MORMONISM Why Four Scholars Changed Their Minds COREY MILLER & LYNN K. WILDER, EDITORS COREY MILLER, LYNN K. WILDER, VINCE ECCLES, & LATAYNE C. SCOTT, CONTRIBUTORS 978-0-8254-4481-4 • $17.99 Paperback • 6 x 9 • 320 pages Religion / Cults Kregel Publications Rights: World November 21, 2017 Leaving Mormonism offers readers the expertise and personal experience of four ex-Mormon academics who explain why the Church of Latter-Day Saints proved to be intellectually and spiritually lacking for them and others. No previous book has pooled the collective wisdom of people who are former members of the Mormon church and who also possess the highest academic credentials. Far from rehashing familiar apologetic arguments, this book presents fresh, thoughtful, respectful, and challenging insights. Speaking to both the heart and mind, the four contributors share their stories of leaving the LDS church and their well- considered reasons for doing so. Corey Miller (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is president of Ratio Christi: Campus Apologetics Alliance. His previous publications include Is Faith in God Reasonable? Lynn K. Wilder (PhD, Ball State University) is associate professor in the College of Education at Florida Gulf Coast University. Her other publications include Unveiling Grace: The Story of How We Found Our Way Out of the Mormon Church. QUESTIONING EVANGELISM, SECOND EDITION Engaging People’s Hearts the Way Jesus Did RANDY NEWMAN FOREWORD BY LEE STROBEL 978-0-8254-4428-9 • $17.99 Paperback • 8.5 x 5.5 • 280 pages Christian Ministry / Evangelism Kregel Publications Rights: World Available Christians often fall into the trap of thinking that we have all the answers; but that’s not the way Jesus interacted with people. Rather than imposing an answer on people, He often asked provocative questions. Following Jesus’s lead, author Randy Newman has been using a questioning style of evangelism for years. In this provocative book, he provides practical insights to help Christians engage others in meaningful spiritual conver- sations. He challenges believers to examine how they think about people, their needs, and our crucial message. This edition includes a new preface reflecting on the pop- ularity of this perennial best seller and what its success has taught Newman about the effectiveness of this extraordinary method, as well as a new foreword by author Lee Strobel. This book reflects both a deep grasp of biblical the- ology and a penetrating compassion for people. —D. A. Carson, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School Randy Newman (PhD, Trinity International University) is senior teaching fellow for apologetics and evangelism at the C. S. Lewis Institute. His other publications include Bringing the Gospel Home.