Want to Promote Theology of the Body? Read and Recommend a TOB Novel!

Full Quiver logoOne of my favorite ways to promote the Theology of the Body is to recommend novels with a great TOB message. My publishing company publishes novels with Theology of the Body themes.

Speaking of novels we publish, our company has recently signed a contract with author Erin McCole Cupp to publish her suspense novel, “Don’t You Forget About Me!” We look forward to working with you, Erin!

Want to learn more about the Theology of the Body? Interested in promoting it? This list is not all-inclusive…and pardon the shameless self-promotion of my own TOB books… (Note: not all of these books have been published by Full Quiver Publishing.)

The Mystery of Things (Debra Murphy)

Emily’s Hope (Ellen Gable)

In Name Only (Ellen Gable)

Stealing Jenny (Ellen Gable)

Passport (Christopher Blunt)

Angela’s Song (AnnMarie Creedon)

Fatherless (Brian Gail)

Lessons in the Journey (Patrick Dawson)

Do you have any favorite TOB novels to add? Please feel free to comment below!

Copyright 2013 Ellen Gable Hrkach

7 thoughts on “Want to Promote Theology of the Body? Read and Recommend a TOB Novel!

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  2. Thank you for this reading list. TOB is the best, isn’t it? I’m teaching it to middle schoolers now, and have also recently seen a Christopher West video with an RCIA candidate I’m sponsoring. We are so blessed to have the JPII exhibit here in New Orleans through June – can’t wait to see it. P.S. I think you may have inspired me to (try) to write fiction!

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