Presbyterian Scholars Press (PSP) is a division of Presbyterian
International News Service, Inc. The press is committed to publishing
high-quality books on both historic and contemporary Presbyterianism.
The first volume published by PSP was The History of the Presbyterian Church in America: The Silver Anniversary Edition (ISBN 0-9676991-0-X), by Frank J. Smith. Over 600 pages in length, this book is a greatly-expanded version of the first book on the history of the Presbyterian Church in America, a largely Southern denomination founded in 1973. The book was reviewed in the Journal of Southern History (February 2002), as well as in the Christian Observer, the Presbyterian Layman (July-August 2000), and Presbyterian & Reformed News (Nov.-Dec. 2000). The book retails for $29.95 (plus $2.00 shipping and handling).
The second volume was Tales From the City: Real Stories of Urban Christian Ministry (ISBN 0-9676991-1-8), edited by Frank J. Smith. This 64 page monograph presents the ministry of the Synod of the City, a multi-ethnic, multi-denominational, quasi-ecclesiastical organization which coordinates ministries in and around Atlanta, Georgia. The book retails for $7.95.
Discounts are offered for multiple orders.
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