New Books and Media Received (March 2021)

The following Books (37 items) were received into the Library collection for both the Welshimer and Seminary Libraries through expense accounts and by donation in March 2021.

Seminary Library

The ancient near east: a very short introduction, 2014.

Dream with me: race, love, and the struggle we must win, 2017.

One blood by John M. Perkins, 2020.

The Syro-Anatolian city-states: an Iron Age culture, 2021.

Philosophy,  Psychology,  and Religion
All but invisible: exploring identity questions at the intersection of faith, gender & sexuality, 2017.

Desmond Tutu: a spiritual biography of South Africa’s confessor, 2021.

Embodied: transgender identities, the church & what the Bible has to say, 2021.

The essential writings of Christian mysticism by Bernard McGinn, 2006.

The innovative church: how leaders and their congregations can adapt in an ever-changing world, 2020.

Jesus for revolutionaries: an introduction to race, social justice, and Christianity, 2013.

Melania the Younger: from Rome to Jerusalem, 2021.

A multitude of all peoples: engaging ancient Christianity’s global identity, 2020.

Reading the Bible missionally, 2016.

With justice for all: a strategy for community development, 2014.

Social Sciences
The purpose gap: empowering communities of color to find meaning and thrive, 2021.

New Testament Seminar
African American readings of Paul: reception, resistance, and transformation, 2020.

Apostle of persuasion: theology and rhetoric in the Pauline letters, 2020.

Ethnic negotiations: the function of race and ethnicity in Acts 16, 2010.

The Jewish annotated Apocrypha: New Revised Standard Version Bible translation, 2020.

Matthew by Jeannine K. Brown and Kyle A. Roberts, 2018.

Reading Acts in the discourses of masculinity and politics, 2017.

A Roman commentary on St. Paul’s Letter to the Philippians, 2020.

The second sophistic by Tim Whitmarsh, 2005.

Women and society in the Roman world: a sourcebook of inscriptions from the Roman West, 2021.


Welshimer Library

The motivated worker: a manager’s guide to improving job satisfaction by Brad Ward, 2020. 


Donated Gift Items to the Milligan Libraries
The American tradition in literature [2 volumes].

Fading memories of my first 84 years by Duard Walker.

Give & take: the complete guide to negotiating strategies and tactics.

A global fellowship: a concise history of the world convention of Churches of Christ.

The hands that shaped Milligan humanities.

Harry Potter and the cursed child. Parts one and two.

A history of prayer: the first to the fifteenth century.

If God is good–: faith in the midst of suffering and evil.

The illustrated Faerie queene.

The lion and the honeycomb: essays in solicitude and critique.

A month with Jesus: 31 days with a surprising Savior.

Preaching in the Patristic Era: sermons, preachers, and audiences in the Latin West.