Christianity Today's current crop of book awards pursue paths both old and new. One of the victory nods goes to a new study of Dietrich Bonhoeffer. You’ve perhaps heard a thing or two about him. And like always, they honor plenty of volumes touching on the Bible, the church, and perennial matters of faith. Some readers will be inspired to acquaint themselves with abolitionists Hannah More and Sarah Grimke, or the philosopher Charles Taylor (and his penetrating look at our “secular age”).