The 2007 conference of the Association of Christian Librarians convened in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on the campus of Cornerstone University. Conference planners invited representatives of four prominent Christian publishers headquartered there (Baker, Eerdmans, Kregel, and Zondervan) to participate in a panel discussion on June 13. The panelists’ 65-minute exchange is transcribed here in slightly abbreviated form. At the beginning of the discussion, panelists were asked to reflect on general trends in the Christian publishing industry. This led naturally to a lengthy conversation about the publishers’ involvement in the creation and licensing of ebooks and other digital products. Finally, panelists were asked to address the proliferation of English Bible versions aimed at the evangelical community.
Hillman, Dennis; Hunt, Mark; Kinney, Jim; Pott, Jon; and Smith, Gregory A.
"Christian Publishing: A Panel Discussion,"
The Christian Librarian: Vol. 51
, Article 6.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/tcl/vol51/iss1/6