Readings


Theology

  • Archaeology and Biblical Interpretation, Ed. by John R. Bartlett.
  • Intellectual Culture in Medieval Paris, by Ian P. Wei.
  • The Sermon on the Mount and Human Flourishing, by Jonathan T. Pennington.
  • The Heartbeat of Old Testament Theology, by Mark J. Boda.
  • Kierkegaard and the Theology of the Nineteenth Century, by George Pattison.
  • Theology without Metaphysics, by Kevin W. Hector.
  • Searching the Scriptures, Ed. by Craig A. Evans and Jeremiah J. Johnston.
  • Being the Chosen, by Julie Scott Jones.
  • The Roman Inquisition, by Thomas F. Mayer.
  • From Jesus to the New Testament, by Jens Schröter.
  • De-Introducing the New Testament, by Todd Penner and Davina C. Lopez.
  • Embodiment and Virtue in Gregory of Nyssa, by Hans Boersma.
  • Epiphanius’ Alogi and the Johannine Controversy, by T. Scott Manor.
  • Navigating Paul, by Jouette M. Bassler.
  • Cavell, Companionship, and Christian Theology, by Peter Dula.
  • Fundamentalism, by Malise Ruthven.
  • Israel’s Tabernacle as Social Space, by Mark K. George.
  • The Jewish Jesus, by Peter Schäfer.
  • Render to Caesar, by Christopher Bryan.
  • The Scepter and the Star, by John J. Collins.
  • Evangelical Faith and the Challenge of Historical Criticism, Ed. by Christopher M. Hays and Christopher B. Ansberry.
  • Christian Beginnings, by Geza Vermes.
  • Jesus and Israel’s Traditions of Judgement and Restoration, by Steven M. Bryan.
  • God's Wider Presence, by Robert K. Johnston.
  • The Epic of Eden, by Sandra L. Richter.
  • Emil Brunner, by Alister E. McGrath.
  • A New Heaven and a New Earth, by J. Richard Middleton.
  • Early Christianity in Contexts, Ed. by William Tabbernee.
  • The Kingdom According to Luke and Acts, by Karl Allen Kuhn.
  • Why Christian Faith Still Makes Sense, by C. Stephen Evans.
  • This Strange and Sacred Scripture, by Matthew Richard Schlimm.
  • Clement of Alexandria, by Eric Osborn.
  • Resurrection, by James H. Charlesworth, C. D. Elledge, J. L. Crenshaw, H. Boers, and W. W. Willis Jr.
  • Jesus Reclaimed, by Walter Homolka.
  • Patmos in the Reception History of the Apocalypse, by Ian Boxall.
  • God Incarnate, by Oliver D. Crisp.
  • Did God Really Command Genocide?, by Paul Copan and Matthew Flannagan.
  • The Drama of Scripture, by Craig G. Bartholomew and Michael W. Goheen.
  • Can We Still Believe the Bible?, by Craig L. Blomberg.
  • The Troubles of Templeless Judah, by Jill Middlemas.
  • God Interrupted, by Benjamin Lazier.
  • Rethinking Christian Identity, by Medi Ann Volpe.
  • Five Views on Biblical Inerrancy, Ed. by J. Merrick and Stephen M. Garrett.
  • Four Views on the Historical Adam, Ed. by Matthew Barrett and Ardel B. Caneday.
  • Unconditional?, by Brian Zahnd.
  • The Deep Things of God, by Fred Sanders.
  • New Testament Theology, by Thomas R. Schreiner.
  • The Story of Jesus in History and Faith, by Lee Martin McDonald.
  • Paul and the Miraculous, by Graham H. Twelftree.
  • Encounters with Orthodoxy, by John P. Burgess.
  • Christ's Churches Purely Reformed, by Philip Benedict.
  • Was Jesus God?, by Richard Swinburne.
  • 7 Truths That Changed the World, by Kenneth Richard Samples.
  • Introducing Apologetics, by James E. Taylor.
  • The Evolution of Adam, by Peter Enns.
  • The Theology of Augustine, by Matthew Levering.
  • Moral Formation According to Paul, by James W. T hompson.
  • The Messiah, by James A. Waddell.
  • Colossians, by John Paul Heil.
  • Forged, by Bart D. Ehrman.
  • Imagining the Kingdom, by James K. A. Smith.
  • Essays on Religion, Science, and Society, by Herman Bavinck.
  • The New Testament: A Historical and Theological Introduction, by Donald A. Hagner.
  • A Peaceable Hope, by David J. Neville.
  • Kierkegaard and the Self before God, by Simon D. Podmore.
  • Miracles, by Craig S. Keener.
  • A New Testament Biblical Theology, by G. K. Beale.
  • Christian Prophecy, by Niels Christian Hvidt.
  • Jesus Christ, Eternal God: Heavenly Flesh and the Metaphysics of Matter, by Stephen H. Webb.
  • Kierkegaard's Critique of Christian Nationalism, by Stephen Backhouse.
  • The Blackwell Guide to Theology and Popular Culture, by Kelton Cobb.
  • Living at the Crossroads, by Michael W. Goheen and Craig G. Bartholomew.
  • Imaginative Apologetics, Ed. by Andrew Davison.
  • Predestination, by Matthew Levering.
  • In the Beginning Was the Word, by Vern Sheridan Poythress.
  • Toward a Theology of Scientific Endeavour, by Christopher B. Kaiser.
  • Something That Matters, by David R. Mason.
  • The Story of the New Testament Text, by Robert F. Hull Jr.
  • Biblical Scholarship and the Church, by Allan K. Jenkins and Patrick Preston.
  • God Is Love, by Gerald Bray.
  • Against Calvinism, by Roger E. Olson.
  • God, Sex, and Gender, by Adrian Thatcher.
  • The Joy of Calvinism, by Greg Forster.
  • Rethinking Fundamental Theology, by Gerald O’Collins.
  • Transcendence, Ed. by Regina Schwartz.
  • Sociality as the Human Condition, by Rebekka A. Klein.
  • Farewell to the Yahwist?, Ed. by Thomas B. Dozeman and Konrad Schmid.
  • Fourth Gospel in First-Century Media Culture, by Anthony La Donne and Tom Thatcher.
  • Theology in the Context of Science, by John Polkinghorne.
  • Barth, Origen, and Universal Salvation, by Tom Greggs.
  • Basil of Caesarea, Gregory of Nyssa, and the Transformation of Divine Simplicity, by Andrew Radde-Gallwitz.
  • Are You Alone Wise?, by Susan Schreiner.
  • Where Mortals Dwell, by Craig G. Bartholomew.
  • Athanasius, by Peter J. Leithart.
  • A Liturgy of Grief, by Leslie C. Allen.
  • Retrieving Nicaea, by Khaled Anatolios.
  • Key Questions about Biblical Interpretation, by John Goldingay.
  • Jesus and Scripture, by Steve Moyise.
  • Pastoral Bearings, Ed. by Jane F. Maynard, Leonard Hummel, and Mary Clark Moschella.
  • Ascension Theology, by Douglas Farrow.
  • Death as Transformation, by Henry L. Novello.
  • The Redemption, Ed. by Stephen T. Davis, Daniel Kendall, and Gerald O’Collins.
  • Augustine and the Trinity, by Lewis Ayres.
  • Faith In Honesty, by Andrew Shanks.
  • Redeeming Science, by Vern S. Poythress.
  • Trinity and Truth, by Bruce D. Marshall.
  • Culture and the Thomist Tradition, by Tracey Rowland.
  • Amos and the Cosmic Imagination, by James R. Linville.
  • Ernan Mcmullin And Critical Realism in the Science-theology Dialogue, by Paul L. Allen.
  • Heresy In Transition, Ed. by Ian Hunter, John Christian Laursen, and Cary J. Nederman.
  • Traditionalism and Radicalism in the History of Christian Thought, by Corneliu C. Simut.
  • The Sexual Person, by Todd A. Salzman and Michael G. Lawler.
  • Not Bread Alone, by Nathan MacDonald.
  • Scripture: A Very Theological Proposal, by Angus Paddison.
  • Sacred Cells?, by Ted Peters, Karen Lebacqz, and Gaymon Bennett.
  • Living in God's Two Kingdoms, by David VanDrunen.
  • Key Questions About Christian Faith, by John Goldingay.
  • God, the Mind's Desire, by Paul D. Janz.
  • Don't Call It a Comeback, Ed. by Kevin DeYoung.
  • Alcohol, Addiction and Christian Ethics, by Christopher C. H. Cook.
  • The Pietist Theologians, Ed. by Carter Lindberg.
  • Rethinking the Gospel Sources, Volume 2, by Delbert Burkett.
  • Lost In Transmission?, by Nicholas Perrin.
  • Toward a Generous Orthodoxy, by Jason A. Springs.
  • Silence and the Word, Ed. by Oliver Davies and Denys Turner.
  • Gregory of Nyssa and the Grasp of Faith, by Martin Laird.
  • Envisaging Heaven in the Middle Ages, Ed. by Carolyn Muessig and Ad Putter.
  • The Jesus Legend, by Paul Rhodes Eddy and Gregory A. Boyd.
  • Principles of Neurotheology, by Andrew B. Newberg.
  • Christianity & Liberalism, by J. Gresham Machen.
  • Recovering the Real Lost Gospel, by Darrell Bock.
  • Theology in the Public Square, by Gavin D’Costa.
  • Apocalypse Now?, by Duncan B. Forrester.
  • Rendering the Word in Theological Hermeneutics, by Mark Alan Bowald.
  • Interpreting the New Testament Text, Ed. by Darrell L. Bock and Buist M. Fanning.
  • Resurrection, by Kevin J. Madigan and Jon D. Levenson.
  • Aquinas on the Emotions, by Diana Fritz Cates.
  • The Nature of New Testament Theology, Ed. by Christopher Rowland and Christopher Tuckett.
  • John Calvin’s American Legacy, Ed. by Thomas J. Davis.
  • Without Nature?, Ed. by David Albertson and Cabell King.
  • The Reformation, by Stephen J. Nichols.
  • The Cambridge Companion to Jonathan Edwards, Ed. by Stephen J. Stein.
  • Comparative Theology, by Francis X. Clooney.
  • The Apocalypse: A Brief History, by Martha Himmelfarb.
  • Resurrection, by Kevin J. Madigan and Jon D. Levenson.
  • Jesus and the Land, by Gary M. Burge.
  • God’s Many-Splendored Image, by Nonna Verna Harrison.
  • Beginnings, by Peter C. Bouteneff.
  • Claiming Abraham, by Michael Lodahl.
  • Misquoting Truth, by Timothy Paul Jones.
  • Why I Am Not an Arminian, by Robert A. Peterson and Michael D. Williams.
  • Why I Am Not a Calvinist, by Jerry L. Walls and Joseph Dongell.
  • God & Time, Ed. by Gregory E. Ganssle.
  • The Meaning of the Pentateuch, by John H. Sailhamer.
  • What Does the Future Hold?, by C. Marvin Pate.
  • Joseph Priestley and English Unitarianism in America, by J. D. Bowers.
  • Calvin at the Centre, by Paul Helm.
  • Explorations in Christian Theology and Ethics, Ed. by Philip G. Ziegler and Michelle J. Bartel.
  • Catholicity and Heresy in the Early Church, by Mark Edwards.
  • Revival of the Gnostic Heresy, by Joe E. Morris.
  • Predestination, by Peter J. Thuesen.
  • Post-Christian Feminisms, Ed. by Lisa Isherwood and Kathleen McPhillips.
  • The Gospel of Jesus, by James M. Robinson.
  • The Atonement Debate, Ed. by Derek Tidball, David Hilborn, and Justin Thacker.
  • Shaping a Global Theological Mind, Ed. by Darren C. Marks.
  • Theology and Science in the Thought of Francis Bacon, by Steven Matthews.
  • The Challenge of Bible Translation, Ed. by Glen G. Scorgie, Mark L. Strauss, and Steven M. Voth.
  • The God of Hope and the End of the World, by John Polkinghorne.
  • If Grace Is True, by Philip Gulley and James Mulholland.
  • Body, Soul, and Human Life, by Joel B. Green.
  • God’s Strategy in Human History, by Roger T. Forster and V. Paul Marston.
  • The Trinity & Subordinationism, by Kevin N. Giles.
  • The Divine Authenticity of Scripture, by A. T. B. McGowan.
  • Justification: What's at Stake in the Current Debates, Ed. by Mark Husbands and Daniel J. Treier.
  • Unapologetic Apologetics, Ed. by William A. Dembski and Jay W. Richards.
  • Two Views of Hell, by Edward William Fudge and Robert A. Peterson.
  • Orthodoxy, by Gilbert K. Chesterton.
  • Newman and the Alexandrian Fathers, by Benjamin John King.
  • The Word and the World, Ed. by Kevin Killeen and Peter J. Forshaw.
  • The Indelible Image, by Ben Witherington III.
  • Synod on the Freedom of Conscience, by D.V. Coornhert.
  • Re-Thinking Christianity, by Keith Ward.
  • The Meaning of Jesus, by Marcus j. Borg and N. T. Wright.
  • The Theology of the Book of Genesis, by R. W. L. Moberly.
  • The Lost World of Genesis One, by John H. Walton.
  • The Great Exchange, by Jerry Bridges and Bob Bevington.
  • The Message of the Old Testament, by Mark Dever.
  • The Passions of Christ in High-Medieval Thought, by Kevin Madigan.
  • Hegel and Christian Theology, by Peter C. Hodgson.
  • Jerome, by Stefan Rebenich.
  • Jesus and His Death, by Scot McKnight.
  • Luther and Erasmus, Ed. by E. Gordon Rupp and Philip S. Watson.
  • Reclaiming the Center, Ed. by Millard J. Erickson, Paul Kjoss Helseth, and Justin Taylor.
  • Beyond the Bounds, Ed. by John Piper, Justin Taylor, and Paul Kjoss Helseth.
  • The Nature of New Testament Theology, Ed. by Christopher Rowland and Christopher Tuckett.
  • The First Paul, by Marcus J. Borg and John Dominic Crossan.
  • Jesus, Interrupted, by Bart D. Ehrman.
  • Orthodox Christian Theology, Ed. by Edited by Mary B. Cunningham and Elizabeth Theokritoff.
  • Martin Luther, by Michael A. Mullett.
  • Fields of Faith, Ed. by David F. Ford, Ben Quash and Janet Martin Soskice.
  • God, Chance and Purpose, by David J. Bartholomew.
  • The Savage Text, by Adrian Thatcher.
  • The Theological Origins of Modernity, by Michael Allen Gillespie.
  • The Doctrine of Deification in the Greek Patristic Tradition, by Norman Russell.
  • The Beloved Disciple in Conflict?, by Ismo Dunderberg.
  • The Gospel of Thomas, by Richard Valantasis.
  • The Blackwell Companion to Natural Theology, Ed. by William Lane Craig and J. P. Moreland.
  • Judaism in the New Testament, by Bruce Chilton and Jacob Neusner.
  • Bodies and Souls, or Spirited Bodies?, by Nancey Murphy.
  • The Monk and the Book, by Megan Hale Williams.
  • If Sons, Then Heirs, by Caroline Johnson Hodge.
  • The Secrets of Judas, by James M. Robinson.
  • Augustine and His Critics, Ed. by Robert Dodaro and George Lawless.
  • Protestant Theology and the Making of the Modern German University, by Thomas Albert Howard.
  • The Open Secret, by Alister E. McGrath.
  • Evangelical Feminism, by Pamela D. H. Cochran.
  • Understanding Jonathan Edwards, Ed. by Gerald R. McDermott.
  • One Scripture or Many?, Ed. by Christine Helmer and Christof Landmesser.
  • John Calvin’s Ideas, by Paul Helm.
  • Rhetoric at the Boundaries, by Bruce W. Longenecker.
  • Racializing Jesus, by Shawn Kelley.
  • Patriarchal Religion, Sexuality, and Gender, by Nicholas Bamforth and David A. J. Richards.
  • Luke the Theologian, by Francois Bovon.
  • Young, Restless, Reformed, by Collin Hansen.
  • Theology and Social Theory, by John Milbank.
  • Faith, Reason and the Existence of God, by Denys Turner.
  • Questions of Faith, by Peter L. Berger.
  • Defending God, by James L. Crenshaw.
  • Ecologies of Grace, by Willis Jenkins.
  • God is Not a Story, by Francesca Aran Murphy.
  • The Gospel of Judas, by Simon Gathercole.
  • Philosophical Theology and Christian Doctrine, by Brian Hebblethwaite.
  • God’s Problem, by Bart D. Ehrman.
  • Misquoting Jesus, by Bart D. Ehrman.
  • Fabricating Jesus, by Craig A. Evans.
  • The Beginning of Wisdom, by Leon R. Kass.



























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