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