New Books and Media Received (June-August 2023)

The following books (174 items) were received into the Library collection for both the Welshimer and Seminary Libraries through budgeted funds and expense accounts and by donation in June through August 2023.

Seminary Library

Prophetic voices: The complete series

40 questions about women in ministry        

Amos: a handbook on the Greek text by W. Edward Glenny

The beginning and end of all things: a biblical theology of creation and new creation   

Being God’s image: why creation still matters        

Biblical boundaries of forgiveness: a biblical and ethical study of forgiveness as it relates to repentance, reconciliation, and justice     

Black fundamentalists: conservative Christianity and racial identity in the segregation era       

The Cambridge companion to Hildegard of Bingen

The care of souls: cultivating a pastor’s heart         

The Church after innovation: questioning our obsession with work, creativity, and entrepreneurship

Churches and the crisis of decline: a hopeful, practical ecclesiology for a secular age     

Confronting racial injustice: theory and praxis for the church       

Created or constructed?: the great gender debate

Development in mission: a guide for transforming global poverty and ourselves            

Europe and the Levant in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance   

Evangelicals and presidential politics: from Jimmy Carter to Donald Trump        

Faith seeking understanding: an introduction to Christian theology         

Flourishing in ministry: how to cultivate clergy wellbeing

The flourishing pastor: recovering the lost art of shepherd leadership     

The idea of Israel in Second Temple Judaism: a new theory of people, exile, and Israelite identity

The incomparable God: readings in biblical theology         

Let justice roll down  

Lifting the veil: imagination and the Kingdom of God        

Literature and culture in the Roman Empire, 96-235: cross-cultural interactions

Man God: rediscovering the Lord Jesus Christ         

The meaning of Christ: a Mahāyāna theology        

The meaning of singleness: retrieving an eschatological vision for the contemporary church    

Mystical theology: the science of love         

The Negro Bible – the slave Bible: select parts of the holy Bible, selected for the use of the Negro slaves, in the British West-India Islands           

Oral Roberts and the rise of the prosperity gospel  

Orientalism by Edward W. Said

Person and nature in the theological poems of St. Gregory of Nazianzus

Revelation for the rest of us: a prophetic call to follow Jesus as a dissident disciple        

Son, we need to talk: coping with my son’s suicide

The spirit, ethics, and eternal life: Paul’s vision for the Christian life in Galatians            

Sustaining ministry: foundations and practices for serving faithfully        

The Syriac Peshitta Bible with English translation. 

Tell her story: how women led, taught, and ministered in the early church         

Theodore Abū Qurrah: the intellectual profile of an Arab Christian writer of the first Abbasid century

Worship by faith alone: Thomas Cranmer, the Book of common prayer, and the reformation of liturgy

Welshimer Library

Composition as conversation: seven virtues for effective writing by Heather M. Hoover

A crocus in the desert: devotions, prayers, and stories for women experiencing infertility by Nancy Canestrari Williams


Around the world in 80 days

Crazed fruit

Pierre Etaix collection

The sand pebbles

Choosing brave: how Mamie Till-Mobley and Emmett Till sparked the civil rights movement (Caldecott 2023 Honor Book)

Hot dog (Caldecott 2023 Medal Winner)

Queer ducks (and other animals): the natural world of animal sexuality (Printz 2023 Honor Book)

Scout’s honor (Printz 2023 Honor Book)

Afterlives of data: life and debt under capitalist surveillance

Aftermath: life in the fallout of the Third Reich, 1945-1955

The agitators: three friends who fought for abolition and women’s rights

America on fire: the untold history of police violence and Black rebellion since the 1960s

American television during a television presidency

Bauhuas: a graphic novel

The bell of treason: the 1938 Munich agreement in Czechoslovakia

Beyond sustainability: a thriving environment

Beyond the code: a philosophical guide to engineering ethics

The Black Death: a new history of the great mortality in Europe, 1347-1500

Black women and public health: strategies to name, locate, and change systems of power

The Bloomsbury reader in the study of myth

The border within: the economics of immigration in an age of fear

The brain on youth sports: the science, the myths, and the future

The Cambridge companion to American theatre since 1945

The Cambridge companion to early American literature

Candide or Optimism: the Robert M. Adams translation, backgrounds, criticism

Challenges and choices for patient, carer and professional at the end of life: living with uncertainty

Charlie Brown’s America: the popular politics of Peanuts

The colors of love: multiracial people in interracial relationships

Command and persuade: crime, law, and the state across history

Composition as conversation: seven virtues for effective writing

The Count of Monte Cristo

Creative acts for curious people: how to think, create, and lead in unconventional ways

Death before sentencing: ending rampant suicide, overdoses, brutality, and malpractice in America’s jails

Democratize work: the case for reorganizing the economy

Digital Black feminism

Dividing paradise: rural inequality and the diminishing American dream

Dyslexia in higher education: anxiety and coping skills

Early modern childhood: an introduction

Economics for a fragile planet

Educational foundations: philosophical and historical perspectives

Ellis Island: a people’s history

Environmental postcolonialism: a literary response.

Ethics in higher education: promoting equity and inclusion through case-based inquiry

Extra bold: a feminist inclusive anti-racist nonbinary field guide for graphic designers

A feminist critique of police stops

Fitting the facts of crime: an invitation to biopsychosocial criminology

Fixing stories: local newsmaking and international media in Turkey and Syria

Free speech and campus civility: promoting challenging but constructive dialog in higher education

George Washington and political fatherhood: the endurance of a national myth

Good energy: renewable power and the design of everyday life

Halfway house: prisoner reentry and the shadow of carceral care

A handbook on counseling African American women: psychological symptoms, treatments, and case studies

Hidden harmonies: women and music in popular entertainment

The history of political thought: a very short introduction

Hope: a literary history

Imagined audiences: how journalists perceive and pursue the public

Improving communication in mental health settings: evidence-based recommendations from practitioner-led research

Islamic art: past, present, future

Islamic art and architecture

Just pursuit: a black prosecutor’s fight for fairness

Keats’s odes: a lover’s discourse

Kindred spirits: Chinua Achebe and Toni Morrison

Latinas in the criminal justice system: victims, targets, and offenders

Leading with values: strategies for making ethical decisions in business and life

LGBTQ life in America: examining the facts

Life in Stalin’s Soviet Union

Living positive with imperfection: a memoir

Local interests: politics, policy, and interest groups in US city governments

Love lives: from Cinderella to Frozen

The making of an alliance: the origins and development of the US-Israel relationship

Managing organizations to sustain passion for public service

Margaret Thatcher, the Conservative Party and the Northern Ireland Conflict, 1975-1990

Merce Cunningham: after the arbitrary

Michelangelo’s painting: selected essays

A Molecule away from madness: tales of the hijacked brain

Nature and therapy: understanding counselling and psychotherapy in outdoor spaces


Necropolitics: the religious crisis of mass incarceration in America

Neuromatic, or, a particular history of religion and the brain

Oil, the state, and war: the foreign policies of petrostates

On women’s films: across worlds and generations

The operetta empire: music theater in early twentieth-century Vienna

Overcoming addiction: seven imperfect solutions and the end of America’s greatest epidemic

The Oxford handbook of philosophy and disability

Partial truths: how fractions distort our thinking

The patriarchs: the origins of inequality

Permanent crisis: the humanities in a disenchanted age

The philosophical athlete

Poland 1939: the outbreak of World War II

Policing Black bodies: how Black lives are surveilled and how to work for change

Policing welfare: punitive adversarialism in public assistance

Political science and the problem of social order

Prisons of debt: the afterlives of incarcerated fathers

Puritan spirits in the abolitionist imagination

Queering law and order: LGBTQ communities and the criminal justice system

Racism, not race: answers to frequently asked questions

The Reagan revolution and the rise of the New Right: a reference guide

Reconsidering reparations

Redistributing the poor: jails, hospitals, and the crisis of law and fiscal austerity

Rejecting retributivism: free will, punishment, and criminal justice

The relevance of Alan Watts in contemporary culture: understanding contributions and controversies

Rethinking the new technology of journalism: how slowing down will save the news

Revolutionary Europe: politics, community and culture in transnational context, 1775-1922  Gavin Murray-Miller.

Savage tales: the writings of Paul Gauguin

The Second: race and guns in a fatally unequal America

The second founding: an introduction to the Fourteenth Amendment

Smashing the liquor machine: a global history of prohibition

The stigma of mental illness: models and methods of stigma reduction

Story movements: how documentaries empower people and inspire social change

Strategic creativity: a business field guide to advertising, branding, and design

The sum of us: what racism costs everyone and how we can prosper together

Surrealism beyond borders

Syringe exchange programs and the opioid epidemic: government and nonprofit practices and policies

Three novels: Molloy ; Malone dies ; the unnamable

To know the soul of a people: religion, race, and the making of Southern folk

Toni Morrison and the natural world: an ecology of color

Trans and non-binary gender healthcare for psychiatrists, psychologists, and other health professionals

Transforming the War on Drugs: warriors, victims, and vulnerable regions

Twenty million angry men: the case for including convicted felons in our jury system

Understanding coronavirus

Understanding eyewitness events: theory and applications

Understanding research methods: an overview of the essentials

The underwater eye: how the movie camera opened the depths and unleashed new realms of fantasy

University and public behavioral health organization collaboration: models for success in justice contexts

A violent peace: media, truth, and power at the League of Nations

What happened to the vital center?: presidentialism, populist revolt, and the fracturing of America

When freedom speaks: the boundaries and boundlessness of our First Amendment right

Whiteness and antiracism: beyond white privilege pedagogy

The words that made us: America’s constitutional conversation, 1760-1840

Writing in music: a brief guide  

Ezra: a new translation with introduction and commentary by Tamara Cohn Eskenazi

Micah: a new translation with introduction and commentary by Bob Becking

New Books and Media Received (March 2023)

The following books (13 items) were received into the Library collection for the Welshimer and Library through budgeted funds and by donation in March 2023.

Welshimer Library

Leonardo da Vinci: self, art and nature by François Quiviger, 2019.

The Renaissance in Italy: a history by Katthen R. Bartlett and Gillian C. Bartlett, 2019.

Women in world history: 1450 to the present by Bonnie G. Smith, 2020. 

Impossible art: adventures in opera by Matthew Aucoin, 2023. 

All cats are on the autism spectrum by Kathy Hoopmann, 2021. 

Newbery Medal Winner
Freewater by Amina Luqman-Dawson, 2022.

Printz Medal Winner
All my rage
by Sabaa Tahir and Rodrigo Corral, 2022.

Printz Honor Book
Your own, Sylvia: a verse portrait of Sylvia Plath by Stephanie Hemphill, 2007.

Has archaeology buried the Bible? by William G. Dever, 2020.

The presidents of American fiction: fashioning the U.S. political imagination by Michael J. Blouin, 2023.

Donated Gift Items to the Milligan Libraries

Welshimer Library

The CSA Design portfolio book set, 1997.

Orwell’s Roses by Rebecca Solnit, 2021.

Winged Migration.

New Books and Media Received (February 2023)

The following books (64 items) were received into the Library collection for both the Welshimer and Seminary Libraries through budgeted funds and expense accounts and by donation in February 2023.

Seminary Library

The contemplacioun of synnaris: late-medieval advice to a prince by William Touris, A. A. MacDonald, and J. Craig McDonald, 2022.

Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion
The biblical world of gender: the daily lives of ancient women and men by Celina Durgin and Dru Johnson, 2022.

Church dogmatics v. 2, pt. 1by Karl Barth, Geoffrey William Bromiley, Tomas F. Torrance, and Frank McCombie, 2010.

Global voices: reading the Bible in the majority world by Craig S. Keener and M. Daniel Carroll Rodas, 2013.

The human search: Howard Thurman and the quest for freedom:  proceedings of the Second Annual Thurman Convocation Thurman Convocation and Mozella G. Mitchell, 1992.

Illness, pain, and health care in early Christianity by Helen Rhee, 2022.

Jesus v. evangelicals: a biblical critique of a wayward movement by Constantine R. Campbell, 2023.

Monarchianism and Origen’s early Trinitarian theology by Stephen E. Waers, 2022.

The Pauline corpus in early Christianity: its formation, publication, and circulation by Benjamin P. Laird, 2022.

Reading Hebrews in context: the sermon and Second Temple Judaism by Ben C. Blackwell, John K. Goodrich, and Jason Maston, 2023.

The Scripture and hermeneutics seminar: retrospect and prospect by Craig G. Bartholomew, David J. H. Beldman, Amber Bowen, and William Olhausen, 2022.

The Trinity in the Book of Revelation: seeing Father, Son, and Holy Spirit in John’s Apocalypse by Brandon D. Smith, 2022.

NT Seminar
The Book of Revelation: currents in British research on the Apocalypse by Garrick V. Allen, Ian Paul, and Simon Patrick Woodman, 2015.

The Gospel of Mark: edition critica maior v. 1, pt. 2.1, 2.2., and 2.3.

Paul, servant of the new covenant: Pauline polarities in eschatological perspective by Scott J. Hafemann, 2019. 

Commentary on the New Testament from the Talmud and Midrash: Matthew v. 1 by Hermann Strack, 2022. 

Office Reference
AMA manual of style: a guide for authors and editors [11th edition], 2020.

Welshimer Library

Born black by Sylvester Jacobs and Linette Martin, 1977.

Choreography invisible: the disappearing work of dance by Anna Pakes, 2020.

Ernest L. Blumenschein: the life of an American artist by Robert W. Larson and Carole Larson, 2013.

Nightmares in the dream sanctuary: war and the animated film by Donna Kornhaber, 2020.

Portrait of a shelter by Sylvester Jacobs and Linette Martin, 1973.

Portrait of England by Sylvester Jacobs, 1976.

The Sarpedon Krater: the life and afterlife of a Greek vase by Nigel Jonathan Spivey, 2019.

A history of fascism in France: from the First World War to the National Front by Christ Millington, 2020.

The weight of vengeance: the United States, the British empire, and the War of 1812 by Troy O. Bickham, 2012. 

Language and Literature
American blockbuster: movies, technology, and wonder by Charles R. Acland, 2020.

Aristotle’s art of rhetoric by Aristotle and Robert C. Bartlett, 2019.

The Beats: a literary history by Steven Belletto, 2020.

How words make things happen by David Bromwich, 2019.

The lost books of Jane Austen by Janine Barchas, 2019.

William Wordsworth: a life [2nd edition] by Stephen Gill, 2020.

Law and Political Science
Debating nationalism: the global spread of nations by Florian Bieber, 2020.

Just war and the responsibility to protect: a critique by Robin Dunford and Micahel Neu, 2019.

Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders: DSM-5-TR, 2022.

The Oxford handbook of stress and mental health by Kate L. Harkness and Elizabeth P. Hayden, 2020. 

At the risk of thinking: an intellectual biography of Julia Kristeva by Alice Jardine and Mari Ruti, 2020.

Dao companion to the philosophy of the Zhuangzi by Kim-chong Chong, 2022.

Why we act: turning bystanders into moral rebels by Catherine Ashley Sanderson, 2022. 


Caldecott Honor Books

Ain’t burned all the bright by Jason Reynolds and Jason Griffin, 2022.

Berry song by Michaela Goade, 2022.

Knight Owl by Christopher Denise, 2022.

Geisel Honor Books

Fish and Wave by Sergio Ruzzier, 2022.

Gigi and Ojiji by Melissa Iwai, 2022.

Hello, bumblebee bat by Darrin P. Lunde and Patricia Wynne, 2007.

Owl and Penguin by Vikram Madan, 2022.

A seed grows by Antoinette Portis, 2022.

Newbery Honor Books

The last mapmaker by Christina Soontornvat, 2022.

Maizy Chen’s last chance by Lisa Yee, 2022.

Printz Honor Books

Apple: skin to the core:  a memoir in words and pictures by Eric Gansworth, 2020.

Dragon hoops by Gene Luen Yang, Lark Pien, Rianne Meyers, and Kolbe Yang, 2020.

Icebreaker by A. L. Graziadei, 2022.

When the angels left the old country by Sacha Lamb, 2022.


Anchor Yale Bible

1 Maccabees: a new translation with introduction and commentary by Daniel R. Schwartz, 2022.

The Gospel of Judas: a new translation with introduction and commentary by David Brakke, 2022.

New Testament Library

Matthew: a commentary by R. Alan Culpepper, 2021.


The book of Deuteronomy, chapters 1-11 by Bill T. Arnold, 2022.

The books of Ezra and Nehemiah by Hannah K. Harrington, 2022.

Word Biblical Commentary

1 Samuel by Ralph W. Klein and Bruce Manning Metzger, 2000.

1, 2, and 3 John: revised by Stephen S. Smalley, 2020.

Isaiah 34-66 by John D. W. Watts, 2005.

Psalms 101-150, revised by Leslie C. Allen, 2002.

Donated Gift Items to the Milligan Libraries

Seminary Library
Cross and creation: a theological introduction to Origen of Alexandria by Mark Edward Therrien, 2022.

Welshimer Library
Reframing assessment to center equity: theories, models, and practices by Gavin Henning, Gianina R. Baker, Natasha A. Jankowski, Anne E. Lundquist, and Erick Montenegro, 2022.

Two New Exhibits Open at Welshimer Library

After a long hiatus, the Holloway Archives at Milligan University has an intern again. Aaron Jones, a junior history and humanities major, is interning with Katherine Banks, the University Archivist, this spring, learning how archives work and what archivists do. As part of that process, Jones has curated two exhibits from Milligan’s history currently on display on the first floor of the Welshimer Library.

A tall young man with brown hair and a mustache stands next to a glass exhibit case with an archives display inside it.

Aaron Jones with the Milligan vs. ETSU exhibit

Milligan vs. ETSU: The History of “State Week” delves into the rivalry between Milligan University and the local state university, East Tennessee State University. “Representing the rivalry between ETSU and Milligan was a personal matter for me,” says Jones. “For one, being from around here, I have grown up seeing ETSU sporting events and pride for most of my life. Plenty of people I graduated from high school with now attend the school. Additionally, my younger brother, Hunter, is a sophomore at ETSU. Of course, there is a fun bantering between the two of us about ETSU and Milligan to this day (as I am sure there will always be).” The exhibit explores this decades-old rivalry through the lens of Milligan’s short-lived football program that lasted from 1920 to 1950.

Jones says, “It is interesting to put historical context into silly arguments my brother and I have over the dinner table. Additionally, it was interesting to take a dive into athletics at Milligan from over 70 years ago. As a current student athlete at Milligan, it is cool to get a glimpse into the lives of those similar to me from many decades before.” Jones is a nationally-recognized runner in Milligan’s cross country and track program.

A glass exhibit case shows an archival exhibit about Paul Conkin

Paul Conkin exhibit

The second exhibit focuses on a completely different topic, Paul Conkin, a Milligan alum. Remembering Paul F. Conkin: One of Milligan’s Brightest explores this Milligan grad’s time at Milligan and his contributions to the field of history. Jones explains why he chose this very different subject for his other exhibit: “I learned of Conkin from my history professor, Tim Dillon. Once I was tasked with creating an exhibit, he seemed like the obvious choice. I was amazed to find out the resume and legacy of Paul Conkin. It makes me proud to be part of the rich history of liberal arts and humanities at Milligan, especially history.” While many Milligan students and alums may have never heard of Conkin, they can now learn about his life and legacy through Jones’s exhibit. Conkin passed away last year, making this an appropriate time to reflect on his legacy. “By sifting through the archives, I felt as if I was following a path backwards in time. I saw it as a mystery to unravel; a personal mission of sorts to bring Paul Conkin to light,” Jones says.

Jones sums up his experience interning in the archives so far quite well: “Digging through the archives and records from the late 1940s to early 1950s has given me perspective on certain aspects of being a student at Milligan. Buildings, street names, and fixtures now have more historical perspective for me.” If you or a student you know would be interested in volunteering or interning in the archives at Milligan, feel free to reach out to Katherine Banks, the University Archivist, for more information.

New Books and Media Received (December 2022 – January 2023)

The following books (51 items) were received into the Library collection for both the Welshimer and Seminary Libraries through budgetary funds and expense accounts and by donation in December 2022 and January 2023.

Seminary Library

We will be free: the life and faith of Sojourner Truth by Nancy Koester and Alice K. Jackson, 2023.

The Cambridge Greek lexicon by James Diggle, B. L. Fraser, Patrick James, O. B. Simkin, A. A. Thompson, and S. J. Westripp, 2021. 

Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion
1 & 2 Kings: a commentary for biblical preaching and teaching by David B. Schreiner and Lee Compson, 2022.

1 Peter: a commentary for biblical preaching and teaching by Timothy E. Miller and Bryan Murawski, 2022.

Ancient wisdom: an introduction to sayings collections by Walter T. Wilson, 2022.

Associate pastors: Ministry from the middle by Michael Mauriello, 2022.

Augustine’s preached theology: living as the body of Christ by J. Patout Burns, 2022.

A center in the cyclone: twenty-first century clergy self-care by Bruce Gordon Epperly, 2014.

The cross in context: reconsidering Biblical metaphors for atonement by Jackson Wu, 2022.

Doing Asian American theology: a contextual framework for faith and practice by Daniel D. Lee, 2022.

The early Barth: lectures and shorter works by Karl Barth, Hans-Anton Drewes, and Hinrich Stoevesandt, 2022.

Faithful disobedience: writings on church and state from a Chinese house church movement by Yi Wang, Hannah Nation, J. D. Tseng, and Ian Johnson, 2022.

Finding Phoebe: what New Testament women were really like by Susan Hylen, 2022.

Five views on the New Testament canonby Stanley E. Porter and Benjamin P. Laird, 2022.

The forgotten Desert Mothers: sayings, lives, and stories of early Christian women by Laura Swan, 2022.

From prisoner to prince: the Joseph story in biblical theology by Sam Emadi and D. A. Carson, 2022.

Galatians: life in the new creation: a spiritual-pastoral reading by Ronald D. Witherup, 2020.

Gods, goddesses, and the women who serve them by Susan Ackerman, 2022.

A history of the quests for the historical Jesus (2 volumes)by Colin Brown and Craig A. Evans, 2022.

The hope of life after death: a biblical theology of resurrection by Michael Jeffrey Brannon, 2022.

In the margins: a transgender man’s journey with scripture by Shannon T. L. Kearns, 2022.

In the shelter: finding a home in the world by Padraig Ó Tuama, 2016.

Jeremiah and Lamentations: a commentary for biblical preaching and teaching by Duane A. Garrett and Calvin F. Pearson, 2022.

The Lord roars: recovering the prophetic voice for today by R. Carroll and M. Daniel,2022.

Mark through Old Testament eyes by Andrew T. Le Peau, 2017.

Martin Luther and the rule of faith: reading God’s word for God’s people by Todd R. Hains and Robert Kolb, 2022.

Preaching: a simple approach to the sacred Daniel Overdorf, 2022.

Psalms for Black lives: reflections for the work of liberation by Gabby Cudjoe-Wilkes, Andrew J. Wilkes, and Otis Moss, 2022.

Race & rhyme: rereading the New Testament by Love L. Sechrest, 2022.

Reading the Bible around the world: a student’s guide to global hermeneutics by Federico Alfredo Roth, 2022.

Renewal worship: a theology of Pentecostal doxology by Steven Felix-Jager, 2022.

Savoring scripture: a six-step guide to studying the Bible by Andrew T. Abernethy and Charlie Dates, 2022.

Scribes and scripture: the amazing story of how we got the Bible by John D. Meade and Peter J. Gurry, 2022.

Theological aesthetics after von Balthasar by O. V. Bychkov and Jim Fodor, 2016.

Turning points: decisive moments in the history of Christianity by Mark A. Noll, David Russell Komline, and Han-luen Kantzer Komline, 2022.

Walking through the valley: womanist explorations in the spirit of Katie Geneva Cannon by Emilie Maureen Townes, Stacey M. Floyd-Thomas, Alison P. Gise Johnson, and Angela D. Sims, 2022.

Youth ministry as mission: a conversation about theology and culture by Brian Hull and Patrick Mays, 2022.

Aging: growing old in church by William H. Willimon, 2020.

An ethical view of human-animal relations in the ancient Near East by Idan Breier, 2022.

No cure for being human: (and other truths I need to hear) by Kate Bowler, 2021.

NT Seminar
Abject joy: Paul, prison, and the art of making do by Ryan S. Schellenberg, 2021.

The apostle and the empire: Paul’s implicit and explicit criticism of Rome by Christoph Heilig, 2022.

The Elijah-Elisha narrative in the composition of Luke by John S. Kloppenborg and Jozef Verheyden, 2015.

Exodus in the New Testament by Seth Ehorn, 2022.

The origins of early Christian literature: contextualizing the New Testament within Greco-Roman literary culture by Robyn Faith Walsh, 2021.

A reader in Biblical Greek by Richard A. Wright, 2022.

Rethinking the dates of the New Testament: the evidence for early composition by Jonathan Bernier, 2022.

The Roman Stoics: self, responsibility, and affection by Gretchen J. Reydams-Schils, 2005. 

Welshimer Library

The presidents of American fiction: fashioning the U.S. political imagination by Michael Blouin, 2022.

Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders: DSM-5-TR, 2022. 

Donated Gift Items to the Milligan Libraries

Seminary Library

Treasuring the Word : an introduction to Biblical manuscripts in the Chester Beatty Library by David Hutchinson Edgar, 2003.