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About meIndependent publisher since 1911, Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company produces intellectual and literary books on ethics, theology, biblical studies, and social issues, as well as Bible commentaries and dictionaries. Eerdmans strives to publish excellent books on both sides of an issue to engage minds and broaden understandings.

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Thank you for publishing this wonderful book! I have savored it all summer, and will keep my heavily underlined and marked up copy to come back to again and again!
I just finished reading What's in a Phrase? by Marilyn Chandler McEntyre. I discovered this book through a good review in Presbyterian Outlook journal back in June, and thought it sounded intriguing. I really, really love it and have bought three more copies (so far) for my daughter, my brother-in-law, and a pastor friend. Marilyn McEntyre's love for God, for scripture, and for language shines through her reflections, prompted by various biblical phrases which are meaningful to her, and she has made them more meaningful to me. I liked the book so much that I have also ordered and plan to read soon another book, Caring for Words in a Culture of Lies, soon. I sure wish there was more word out ther about what a good book this is!
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