03 December

Zondervan wins four Southwestern Journal of Theology 2021 Book Awards

A Theology of Paul and His Letters by Douglas Moo named Book of the Year

(Nashville, Tenn.) December 3, 2021—Zondervan is honored to have four books recognized in the 2021 Southwestern Journal of Theology (SWJT) Book Awards. The SWJT Book Awards recognize excellence in 12 categories. Nominees and winners are chosen by Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary faculty, and this year’s winners were announced on December 1.

The following Zondervan titles were recognized:

  • A Theology of Paul and His Letters by Douglas J. Moo – (Book of the Year) Zondervan Academic
  • The Global Church: The First Eight Centuries by Donald D. Fairbairn (Church History/Biography) Zondervan Academic
  • Living God’s Word (Revised) by J. Scott Duvall and J. Daniel Hays (Discipleship/Spiritual Formation) Zondervan Academic
  • The Old Testament Use of the Old Testament: A Book-by-Book Guide by Gary Edward Schnittjer (Biblical Studies) Zondervan Academic

“We are delighted and honored by the recognition of four Zondervan Academic books by the Southwestern Journal of Theology—not least receiving the highest honor of Book of the Year for Douglas Moo’s monumental work, A Theology of Paul and His Letters,” commented Katya Covrett, associate publisher, Zondervan Academic. “Writing excellent Christian scholarly work takes our academic authors many years to accomplish, so it is particularly rewarding to see their hard work recognized. Our hope at Zondervan Academic is that these books will serve the needs of scholars, pastors, and students for years to come by equipping them well for research, teaching, preaching, and lifelong learning.”

To read the full 2021 SWJT Book Awards announcement, click here.