Good News for Readers of By What Authority

By What Authority?: An Evangelical Discovers Catholic Tradition by Yr Obdt. Svt. has been picked up by Ignatius Press and a revised and expanded version will be out in Autumn 2013.  It will also be available in Kindle and other electronic forms.  So there’s glory for you!  My heart soars like a hawk.

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  • ivan_the_mad

    Excellent news and congratulations to you!

  • If we own the original, do we get a free upgrade to 2.0, like with apps?

    • Mark Shea

      Yes. But the hardware is all totally incompatible and that will cost you.

  • B.E. Ward

    Have you created (or thought about creating) an Amazon affiliate? Might be a handy way to link from the blog and your site to Amazon for people who end up buying the Kindle versions of your books (as they become more and more popular).

  • Jared B.

    Well I’m psyched — this is one of the major books that I was reading as a Sr. in highschool / freshman in college which influenced me toward joining the Catholic Church. A few years later I gave it away to an Evangelical friend who was curious about all that “pope stuff” so I have been sans-BWA? since then. I look forward to reading the expanded edition. A couple years ago when I re-read The Everlasting Man and Rome Sweet Home, I had the pleasant satisfaction of being able to say “Yep, all this doesn’t only still hold water, it makes *more* sense to me now than it did back when I found it so cogent 12 years ago.”