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April 2018

Teaching “Dirty Books”

About a year ago, Cedarville University, a Baptist school in Ohio, enacted a new curriculum standard based on Philippians 4:8: “Finally, brothers [...]

The Top Ten Young Adult Books You Need to Read

This year I read a lot of young adult fiction, and I was struck by how much these books engaged social justice [...]

The Top Ten Picture Books of 2017 for the Elementary Classroom (and Beyond)

Picture books are powerful tools for children to start understanding the world around them. Authors and illustrators of picture books covered a [...]

Getting Young Readers Unstuck

by Heather Altena and Eleanor Tiemens Ah, newly independent readers. First through third graders are an intoxicating mix of excitement and intransigence [...]

The Innovator’s Mindset by George Couros

For our contribution to the annual book issue, three members of the  P@nel.Edu team (Christian Altena, Gayle Monsma, and John Walcott) decided [...]

The Great Trouble: A Mystery of London, the Blue Death, and a Boy Called Eel by Deborah Hopkinson

London, 1854. A medical breakthrough.In a fascinating manner, Deborah Hopkinson delivers a novel that draws the reader into the fictional story of [...]

The Spy, the Rat and the Bed of Nails: Creative Ways of Talking about Christian Faith by Mark Roques

People are storytellers. As humans, we spend much of our lives either telling stories, dramatizing storytelling, or writing our thoughts. Author Mark [...]

Gospel-Centered Hermeneutics: Foundations and Principles of Evangelical Biblical Interpretation by Graeme Goldsworthy

The goal of Graeme Goldsworthy’s Gospel-Centered Hermeneutics is to teach readers to interpret the Bible so that they can understand what God [...]

Confessions of a Humor Columnist Or The Inquisitor’s Tale: An Interview with Jan Kaarsvlam

Over the years, readers have contacted the CEJ with numerous questions about this column. Editor Mark Brink compiled the most frequently asked [...]

Complimentary Book Cover

Here at the CEJ We understand how difficult it will be to wait until summer to read all the great books reviewed [...]

April 2018

Get Reading!

Good Reads 2018 Bookmark

  Print out the following pages (double sided) to keep track of which books you have read and which books you want [...]