New Books and Media Received (December 2021 – January 2022)

The following Books (180 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 2021 and January 2022.

Seminary Library

The good shepherd: image, meaning, and power, 2021.

History and hagiography from the late antique Sinai: including translations of Pseudo-Nilus’ Narrations, Ammonius’ Report on the slaughter of the monks of Sinai and Rhaithou, and Anastasius of Sinai’s Tales of the Sinai fathers, 2010. 

Language and Literature
Procli Diadochi in Platonis Timaeum commentaria, 2010.

Resisting the marriage plot: faith and female agency in Austen, Brontë, Gaskell, and Wollstonecraft, 2021. 

Christian meditation in clinical practice: a four-step model and workbook for therapists and clients, 2021. 

Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion
African theology today, 2017.

All things beautiful: an aesthetic Christology, 2021.

Athanasius Werke, 1934.

Augustine and tradition: influences, contexts, legacy:  essays in honor of J. Patout Burns, 2021.

Believing into Christ: relational faith and human flourishing, 2021.

The Book of Jeremiah by John Goldingay, 2021.

Christian persecution in antiquity, 2021.

Christianity, LGBTQ suicide, and the souls of queer folk, 2021.

The Chronicle of Pseudo-Zachariah Rhetor: church and war in late antiquity, 2011.

Commentary on Revelation by Bede, 2013.

Daniel by John Goldingay, 2019.

Deification through the cross: an Eastern Christian theology of salvation, 2020.

The Discourses of Philoxenos of Mabbug: a new translation and introduction, 2013.

Discovering biblical equality: biblical, theological, cultural & practical perspectives, 2021.

Enjoying the Old Testament: a creative guide to encountering scripture, 2021.

The Eulogius corpus, 2019.

Exploring Gregory of Nyssa: philosophical, theological, and historical studies, 2018.

First and Second Thessalonians by Timothy A. Brookins, 2021.

Flourishing together: a Christian vision for students, educators, and schools, 2022.

For I was hungry and you gave me food: pragmatics of food access in the Gospel of Matthew, 2014.

A future for Africa: Critical essays in Christian social imagination, 2017.

Galatians by Matthew S. Harmon, 2021.

Generational IQ: Christianity isn’t dying, millennials aren’t the problem, and the future is bright, 2015.

The glory of the invisible God: two powers in heaven traditions and early Christology, 2021.

God and Christ in Irenaeus, 2019.

The God of the Old Testament: encountering the divine in Christian Scripture, 2020.

The Gospel of John: a theological commentary by David F. Ford, 2021.

Grace: on the journey to God, 2018.

How scripture interprets scripture: what biblical writers can teach us about reading the Bible, 2021.

How to have an enemy: righteous anger and the work of peace, 2021.

How to lead when you don’t know where you’re going: leading in a liminal season, 2019.

In all the scriptures: the three contexts of biblical hermeneutics, 2021.

Jacob of Sarug’s homilies on Elisha, 2010.

Joel: despair and deliverance in the day of the Lord by Joel Barker, 2020.

Joshua by Trent C. Butler, 2014.

Lactantius: Divine institutes, 2003.

Lexham geographic commentary on Acts through Revelation, 2019.

Love as agape: the early Christian concept and modern discourse, 2021.

Man and the incarnation: a study in the biblical theology of Irenaeus, 2004.

Matthew by Jason K. Lee, William M. Marsh, Timothy George, and Scott M. Manetsch, 2021.

Miracles today: the supernatural work of God in the modern world, 2021.

Mirror to the church: resurrecting faith after genocide in Rwanda, 2009.

Modern Orthodox theology: behold, I make all things new (Rev 21:5), 2019.

The myth of colorblind Christians: evangelicals and White supremacy in the Civil Rights Era, 2021.

Nahum: the divine warrior as avenger and deliverer by Daniel C. Timmer and Daniel I. Block, 2020.

The narrative shape of emotion in the preaching of John Chrysostom, 2020.

The Nicene option: an incarnational phenomenology, 2021.

On pastoring: a short guide to living, leading, and ministering as a pastor, 2016.

On the nature of things by Isidore of Seville, 2016.

The Pharisees by Joseph Sievers and Amy-Jill Levine, 2021.

The philosophy of Nimi Wariboko: social ethics, economy, and religion, 2021.

A post-Christendom faith by Philip A. Rolnick, 2021.

Proverbs by Roland E. Murphy, 2015.

Reading the Bible theologically, 2019.

Reframation: seeing God, people, and mission through reenchanted frames, 2019.

Restless devices: recovering personhood, presence, and place in the digital age, 2021.

The rustle of Paul: autobiographical narratives in Romans, Corinthians, and Philippians, 2020.

The sacrifice of Africa: a political theology for Africa, 2011.

The scandal of community: Pauline factions and the circulation of grace, 2021.

Spirituality according to John: abiding in Christ in the Johannine writings, 2021.

The story of religion in America: an introduction, 2021.

Teaching and Christian practices: reshaping faith and learning, 2011.

Teams that thrive: five disciplines of collaborative church leadership, 2015.

Theologizing in black: on Africana theological ethics and anthropology, 2020.

The tragedy of philosophy (philosophy and dogma), 2020.

Walking in wonder: eternal wisdom for a modern world, 2018.

With this root about my person: Charles H. Long and new directions in the study of religion, 2020.

Social Sciences
Communicating across cultures, 2019.

New Testament Seminar
The canon of the Bible: its formation, history, and fluctuations, 2008.

Commentaire de l’évangile concordant, texte syriaque (manuscrit Chester Beatty 709), 1963.

The concise new international dictionary of New Testament theology and exegesis, 2021.

Crucifixion in the Mediterranean world, 2019.

Daily scriptures: 365 readings in Hebrew, Greek, and Latin, 2021.

The early reception of Paul the Second Temple Jew: text, narrative and reception history, 2020.

Welshimer Library

The battle for home: the vision of a young architect in Syria, 2017.

Building for hope: towards an architecture of belonging, 2021.

On photo-graphs by David Campany, 2020.

Toward a global Middle Ages: encountering the world through illuminated manuscripts, 2019.

The cost of inclusion: how student conformity leads to inequality on college campuses, 2020.

Curious about nature: a passion for fieldwork, 2020.

Research methods for social justice and equity in education, 2019.

The vulnerable heart of literacy: centering trauma as powerful pedagogy, 2019.

A Black women’s history of the United States, 2020.

Cultural complexes and the soul of America: myth, psyche, and politics, 2020.

Hominescence, 2019.

Literary interventions in the campaign biography, 2021.

Memories and postmemories of the partition of India, 2021.

A new psychology based on community, equality, and care of the Earth: an Indigenous American perspective, 2020.

Language and Literature
Call us what we carry: poems, 2021.

Cinematic encounters., 2019.

Culturally speaking: the rhetoric of voice and identity in a mediated culture, 2019.

The ruins lesson: meaning and material in western culture, 2021.

Words matter: meaning and power, 2020.

Wordsworth’s fun, 2019. 

Legal Studies
The living presidency: an originalist argument against its ever-expanding powers, 2020. 

Different patients, different therapies: optimizing treatment using differential psychotherapeutics, 2019.

Unwell women: misdiagnosis and myth in a man-made world, 2021. 

American opera by Elise K. Kirk, 2001.

The art of becoming: how group improvisation works, 2020.

Dmitry Shostakovich by Pauline Fairclough, 2019.

Fryderyk Chopin: a life and times, 2019.

The gilded stage: a social history of opera, 2009.

A history of American music education, 2007.

The Italian traditions & Puccini: compositional theory and practice in nineteenth-century opera, 2011.

Operatic archives: American opera as history., 2021.

Puccini: his life and works, 2002.

The voice as something more: essays toward materiality, 2019.

Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion
African American philosophers and philosophy: an introduction to the history, concepts, and contemporary issues, 2019.

The diversity playbook: recommendations and guidance for Christian organizations, 2021.

The epistemic innocence of irrational beliefs, 2020.

Epistemology for the rest of the world, 2018.

Glimpses of the New Creation: worship and the formative power of the arts, 2019.

Hildegard of Bingen: a saint for our times: unleashing her power in the 21st century, 2012.

Hildegard of Bingen: essential writings and chants of a Christian mystic annotated & explained, 2016.

Honest worship: from false self to true praise, 2018.

Islam and Asia: a history, 2020.

Liturgy of the ordinary: sacred practices in everyday life, 2016.

Living the Christian year: time to inhabit the story of God:  an introduction and devotional guide, 2009.

Play: how it shapes the brain, opens the imagination, and invigorates the soul, 2009.

St. Hildegard of Bingen, Doctor of the Church: a spiritual reader, 2013.

Think like a filmmaker: sensory-rich worship design for unforgettable messages, 2016.

Thinking nature and the nature of thinking: from Eriugena to Emerson, 2020.

The truth of myth: world mythology in theory and everyday life, 2020.

The words of her mouth: Psalms for the struggle, 2020.

Zhuangzi: the complete writings, 2020.

Political Science
Colonialism in global perspective, 2020.

Faith and foreign affairs in the American century, 2019.

The great broadening: how the vast expansion of the policy-making agenda transformed American politics, 2019.

International populism: the radical right in the European Parliament, 2019.

Leo Strauss on political philosophy: responding to the challenge of positivism and historicism., 2021.

The contamination of the earth: a history of pollutions in the industrial age, 2020.

An editor’s guide to writing and publishing science, 2019.

The republic of color: science, perception, and the making of modern America, 2019.

Ways of attending: how our divided brain constructs the world, 2019.

Social Sciences
Evaluations of police suitability and fitness for duty, 2020.

Female husbands: a trans history, 2020.

From here to there: the art and science of finding and losing our way, 2020.

The gun gap: the influence of gun ownership on political behavior and attitudes, 2020.

The investment state: charting the future of social policy, 2018.

The origins of the Syrian conflict: climate change and human security, 2020.

Policing the womb: invisible women and the criminalization of motherhood, 2020.

The psychology of women under patriarchy, 2019.

The sum of the people: how the census has shaped nations, from the ancient world to the modern age, 2020.

Collaboration, coteaching, and coaching in gifted education:sharing strategies to support gifted learners, 2020.

Literary interventions in the campaign biography, 2021.

The walls have ears: a black spy in the confederate white house, 2018.

What’s love got to do with it, 1999.

The Bad Beginning, 1999. [replacement]

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, 1998. [replacement]

Office Reference
Using primary sources:hands-on instructional exercises, 2014

The Book of Jeremiah by John Goldingay, 2021.

The singer’s musical theatre anthology, Baritone/Bass, Vol. 1, 2000.

The singer’s musical theatre anthology, Baritone/Bass, Vol. 6, 2015.

The singer’s musical theatre anthology, Baritone/Bass, Vol. 7, 2019.

The singer’s musical theatre anthology, Tenor, Vol. 4, 2005.

The singer’s musical theatre anthology, Tenor, Vol. 6, 2015.

The singer’s musical theatre anthology, Tenor, Vol. 7, 2019.

The singer’s musical theatre anthology, Mezzo-Soprano/Belter, Vol. 4, 2005.

The singer’s musical theatre anthology, Mezzo-Soprano/Belter, Vol. 6, 2015.

The singer’s musical theatre anthology, Mezzo-Soprano/Belter, Vol. 7, 2019.

The singer’s musical theatre anthology, Soprano, Vol. 6, 2015.

The singer’s musical theatre anthology, Soprano, Vol. 7, 2019.

***NOTE: The entire Singer’s Musical Theatre Anthology has moved to Reference***

Donated Gift Items to the Milligan Libraries
Brest-Litovsk: the forgotten peace, March 1918.

A broken world, 1919-1939.

A companion to the Song of Songs in the history of spirituality.

God, chance & necessity.

The landscape of pastoral care in 13th-century England.

The little logic book.

The Nazi seizure of power; the experience of a single German town, 1930-1935.

Philosophy of Benedict de Spinoza..

Russia’s Orient: imperial borderlands and peoples, 1700-1917.

Schottenfreude: German words for the human condition.

Seizing the enigma: the race to break the German U-boat codes, 1939-1943.

Self to lose, self to find: using the enneagram to uncover your true, God-gifted self.

A writer’s reference.