Fr. Robert Barron is Coming to Baker Book House!

It gives me great pleasure to announce that Fr. Robert Barron will be visiting our store. Fr. Barron will be here in the store twice on Wednesday, July 15th and once at Aquinas College the following Thursday, July 16th (10:oo am). On Wednesday we will host a private Q&A session here in the store (3:30 pm to 4:30 pm). Cost for this is $10.00. Two participants at this event will win a dinner with Fr. Barron that night. The evening event (7:00 pm) is free and open to the public but is a ticketed event. Please call the store to reserve your seat for either of these events. The Aquinas event is also free and open to the public but does not require a ticket or a RSVP. We expect a large turn out for this so call early to ensure a seat. Fr. Barron will be available to sign books at both the evening Baker event and the Aquinas event. We are delighted to partner with the Catholic Studies Speaker Series for these events. Our store phone number is 616-957-3110. For questions about the Aquinas event please contact catholicstudies@aquinas.edu.

Fr. Barron has two forthcoming titles with Baker Publishing Group this year. The first is 2 Samuel in the Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible series. This will be released in May 2105. It will be a hardcover with 240 pages and sell for $29.99.

2 Samuel

The second book will be Exploring Catholic Theology from Baker Academic. It will be released in July 2015. It will be a paperback with 256 pages and sell for $24.99.

Exploring Catholic Theology

Fr. Barron

 

 

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About Louis

I am a 1997 graduate of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
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4 Responses to Fr. Robert Barron is Coming to Baker Book House!

  1. Glad this is finally happening. How exciting for you and the community.

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  2. Jon T. says:

    Hello Louis, I’m sure appreciative of the Catholic perspective that your store and Baker Books is offering to the Christian public. Of course, that wasn’t always the case. I remember how steeped Baker Books was in Reformed Theology, including both Puritan and Calvinistic works in the late 70’s and beyond and your store probably reflected that too. What do you think caused such a change? Thanks always for great posts. In Christ’s love, Jon

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  3. Timothy says:

    Very exciting! I will be making the drive over.

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