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|About||Publisher of works related to Christian theology, apologetics, and history.|
|Mission||To enable the Christian Church to know, understand, defend, and proclaim the faith to the nations.|
Who We Are
We specialize in printed and electronic books related to Christian theology, apologetics, and history. We seek to fill the gap between general Christian books and denomination-specific materials by focusing on wider Church topics, the early New Testament Church, and ecumenical and apologetical issues.
We are a member of the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), the Christian Small Publishers Association (CSPA), and the Small Publishers, Artists & Writers Network (SPAWN).
We also support the IBPA's Industry Standards Checklist for a Professionally Published Book.
To enable the Christian Church to know, understand, defend, and proclaim the faith to the nations.
St. Polycarp Publishing House was started by Rev. Aaron Simms in 2014. He saw the need for a Christian publishing company to fill the gap left by denominational-specific publishers on the one hand and general publishing companies on the other. He wanted a publishing company which would help teach, defend, and confess the Apostolic Christian faith. The company would do so by publishing works related to Christian history, apologetics, and theology for all age levels.
St. Polycarp Publishing House was thus born. Rev. Simms found inspiration for the name in the revered St. Polycarp of Smyrna. St. Polycarp was a Christian bishop of the second century AD who was taught by the Apostle John and served as the bishop of the Church in Smyrna. In 155 AD, he was martyred in the arena of Smyrna by the Roman authorities.
St. Polycarp represents the next generation of the Church after the Apostles, carrying on the Apostolic faith to succeeding generations. St. Polycarp Publishing House takes its name from him in this same spirit.
About our Logo
Our logo incorporates the Chrismon of St. Ambrose, which consists of the Christian Chi Rho symbol and the Greek letters alpha and omega. It conveys a sense of continuity with the apostolic Church and our mission to promot
|Products||Christian books, art, and gifts|