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Thursday, February 28, 2013
'The Bible' miniseries starts Sunday, products released
Christian publishers have released several products tied to The Bible, a 10-hour TV miniseries that will debut on the History Channel at 8 p.m. EST, this Sunday, March 3.

Mark Burnett and Roma Downey produced the five-part miniseries of major Bible stories, from Noah's ark and the Exodus to the death and resurrection of Jesus, slated to air for five Sundays in March-culminating on Easter, March 31. Read more
Tyndale, Mars Hill Church form Resurgence imprint
Tyndale House Publishers and Mars Hill Church have forged a partnership to create a new imprint.

Resurgence Publishing will include works by multiple authors, including New York Times best-selling author Mark Driscoll, founder of Resurgence Literature (Re:Lit) and Mars Hill, the church that operates the brand.
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Voting starts in Christian Retailing's Best awards
Nominations have closed and voting starts tomorrow in the 2013 Christian Retailing's Best awards. During the month of March, anyone connected with the Christian retailing industry-including authors, editors, literary agents and distributors-is invited to vote for what they think are the best products in the Christian retail market.
Ralph P. Martin, a prominent Bible scholar and author of numerous studies and commentaries on the New Testament, died Monday, Feb. 25, in Southport, England. He was 88.

Martin was professor of New Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary, where he served for many years.
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Former U.S. Surgeon General C. Everett Koop, who worked with noted Christian author Francis Schaeffer on a pro-life book and video series, died Monday, Feb. 25, at his home in Hanover, N.H. Koop, who had been ill for several months and suffered kidney failure, was 96, Reuters reported.
Religious books decrease overall, e-books continue ascent
Religious presses reported a nearly 23% increase in e-books for the first 10 months of 2012 versus January-October 2011, with sales of more than $48 million, according to the latest figures available from the Association of American Publishers (AAP).
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