It is with great delight that HarperCollins has given the Trueblood family permission to republish any of Elton Trueblood's books that they should choose. Harpers had published thirty of his books between 1936 and 197 4, and Elton's momentous volumes earned him the title of "Dean of American Religious Writing" in the middle-to-late 20th century. I had already edited and published his book on Lincoln under a new title, with a new foreword by award-winning journalist Gustav Niebuhr, timed to coincide with the Lincoln movie that came out in 2012. 1 Elton's most important book, A Place to Stand, then became available digitally two years later, and now we are delighted that it is also available in printed form, with Barclay Press.
Anderson, Paul N., "D. Elton Trueblood: Dean of American Religious Writing" (2023). Faculty Publications - George Fox School of Theology. 441.