New Books and Media Received (March 2019)

The following Books and DVDs (119 items) were received into the Library collection for both the Welshimer and Seminary Libraries through the Acquisitions Budget and by donation during March 2019.

Seminary Library

New Testament Seminar
Basics of biblical Greek grammar, 2019.

Exalted above the heavens: the risen and ascended Christ, 2018.

Jesus the priest, 2018.

The New Testament: a facsimile of the 1526 edition, 2008.

A perfect priest: studies in the Letter to the Hebrews, 2018.

Raymond E. Brown and the Catholic biblical renewal, 2018.

Reading Biblical Greek: a grammar for students, 2017.

Sharing possessions: what faith demands, 2011.

A syntax of Septuagint Greek, 2016.

Slavery’s long shadow: race and reconciliation in American Christianity, 2019.

Walking in the prophetic tradition: models of speaking truth and acting in love for everyday people, 2018.

Language and Literature
Learn to read New Testament Greek, 2009.

Philosophy, Psychology, Religion
And God spoke to Abraham: preaching from the Old Testament, 2011.

Arabic Christian theology: a contemporary global evangelical perspective, 2019.

Augustine our contemporary: examining the self in past and present, 2018.

Can I get a witness?: thirteen peacemakers, community builders, and agitators for faith and justice, 2019.

Christianity at the crossroads: how the second century shaped the future of the church, 2018.

The cross & the prodigal: Luke 15 through the eyes of Middle Eastern peasants, 2005.

Encountering the living God in Scripture: theological and philosophical principles for interpretation, 2019.

The gospel of Luke, 2018.

A greening of imaginations: walking the songlines of Holy Scripture, 2019.

Healing the wounds of sexual abuse: reading the Bible with survivors, 2019.

Isaac of Nineveh (Isaac the Syrian), ‘the second part’, chapters IV-XLI, 1995.

Kantian reason and Hegelian spirit: the idealistic logic of modern theology, 2015.

The kingdom of God: a biblical theology, 2019.

Light on the mountain: Greek Patristic and Byzantine homilies on the Transfiguration of the Lord, 2013.

Living in the kingdom of God: a biblical theology for the life of the church, 2018.

The marks of Scripture: rethinking the nature of the Bible, 2019.

Mary of Magdala: revisiting the sources, 2019.

Navigating toward adulthood: a theology of ministry with adolescents, 2018.

The providence of God: a polyphonic approach, 2018.

Studying the parables of Jesus, 1999.

Welshimer Library

A familiar wilderness: searching for home on Daniel Boone’s road, 2019. 

Troublemakers: lessons in freedom from young children at school, 2017.

Fine Arts
The art of the Saint John’s Bible: a reader’s guide to Historical Books, Letters and Revelation, 2012.

Equal under the sky: Georgia O’Keeffe and twentieth-century feminism, 2019.

A new history of Italian Renaissance art, 2017. 

18th-century fashion in detail, 2018.

Fieldworking: reading and writing research, 2012.

Monastery guest houses of North America: a visitor’s guide, 2010.

Blessings from Beijing: inside China’s soft-power war on Tibet, 2018.

Empire in retreat: the past, present, and future of the United States, 2018.

Istanbul: a tale of three cities, 2017.

Why learn history (when it’s already on your phone), 2018.

Language and Literature
Anthology of Chinese literature v. 2, 1972.

The book of the city of ladies and other writings, 2018.

Herspace: women, writing, and solitude, 2003.

The second creation: fixing the American Constitution in the founding era, 2018.

100 greatest film scores, 2018.

Engaging musical practices: a sourcebook for elementary general music, 2018.

Experiencing the violin concerto: a listener’s companion, 2016.

Nationalist and populist composers: voices of the American people, 2018.

Philosophy, Psychology, Religion
Everything must change: when the world’s biggest problems and Jesus’ good news collide, 2007.

Girl soldier: a story of hope for northern Uganda’s children, 2007.

Soil and sacrament: a spiritual memoir of food and faith, 2013.

Soul space: creating places and lives that make a difference, 2019.

White awake: an honest look at what it means to be white, 2017.

Zhuangzi and the becoming of nothingness, 2019. 

Political Science
The embattled vote in America: from the founding to the present, 2018.

The woman’s hour: the great fight to win the vote, 2019.

Social Sciences
History teaches us to resist: how progressive movements have succeeded in challenging times, 2018.

A world to win: the life and works of Karl Marx, 2018.

Cradle to cradle: remaking the way we make things, 2002.

The upcycle, 2013.

Adventures in Zambezia, 2013.

Behind the scenes at the Walt Disney Studio: a glimpse behind the studio magic, 2002.

Kirikou and the savage beast, 2008.

The pirates!: band of misfits, 2012.

Rabbi’s cat, 2013.

The Triplets of Belleville, 2004.

Waltz with Bashir, 2009.

Wrinkles, 2014. 


The book of Boy, 2018. 2019 Newbery Honor Book
Fox the tiger, 2018. 2019 Geisel Medal Winner
King & Kayla and the case of the lost tooth, 2018. 2019 Geisel Honor Book
Merci Suárez changes gears, 2018. 2019 Newbery Medal Winner
The rough patch, 2018. 2019 Caldecott Honor Book
Thank you, Omu!, 2018. 2019 Caldecott Honor Book

Donated Gift Items to the Milligan Libraries
The American magic: codes, ciphers, and the defeat of Japan.

At dawn we slept: the untold story of Pearl Harbor.

The book of God: the Bible as a novel.

The book of the samurai, the warrior class of Japan.

Cavalier in buckskin: George Armstrong Custer and the western military frontier.

Combined fleet decoded: the secret history of American intelligence and the Japanese Navy in World War II.

The Custer reader.

Custer’s 7th Cavalry: from Fort Riley to the Little Big Horn.

Dec. 7, 1941: the day the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.

The discovery of the Titanic.

Double-edged secrets: U.S. naval intelligence operations in the Pacific during World War II.

The emperor’s codes: the breaking of Japan’s secret ciphers.

The Enigma war.

A familiar wilderness: searching for home on Daniel Boone’s road.

A glorious way to die: the kamikaze mission of the battleship Yamato, April 1945.

God’s name is a tower. [Archives]

God’s name is a tower.

Leave it to Beaver. The complete first season. [DVD]

Marching orders: the untold story of World War II.

Miracle at Midway.

The physics of Star trek.

Pictorial review of world war two; a pictorial summary of the war to date; plus descriptive pictures and stories about our Army, Navy, Marines, and Coast guard; pictures of our fleet and airplanes; a dictionary of war terms; a key to the pronunciation of names in the news; and colored maps of the war zones.

Praying the names of God: 200 devotional prayers inspired by the wonderful names of our … wonderful lord. [Archives]

Praying the names of God: 200 devotional prayers inspired by the wonderful names of our … wonderful lord.

Retribution: the battle for Japan, 1944-45.

The Romanovs: the final chapter.

Rooted: understanding the purpose and power of God’s word. [Archives]

Rooted: understanding the purpose and power of God’s word.

The Second World War.

The secret war: the inside story of the code makers and code breakers of World War II.

So sad to fall in battle: an account of war: based on General Tadamichi Kurayashi’s letters from Iwo Jima.

Star Fleet medical reference manual.

A terrible glory: Custer and the Little Bighorn– the last great battle of the American West.

Titanic: an illustrated history.

Titanic: the story of the great White Star Line trio ; the Olympic, the Titanic and the Britannic.

Titanic: the truth behind the disaster.

Titanic voices: memories from the fateful voyage.

A trial of generals: Homma, Yamashita, MacArthur.

Van Gogh: a retrospective.

War in the Pacific: Pearl Harbor to Tokyo Bay.

With Custer on the Little Bighorn: a newly discovered first-person account.