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.
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.
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.
AMA manual of style: a guide for authors and editors [11th edition], 2020.
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
Cross and creation: a theological introduction to Origen of Alexandria by Mark Edward Therrien, 2022.
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.