New Books and Media Received (November 2022)

The following Books (16 items) were received into the Library collection for both the Welshimer and Seminary Libraries through budgetary funds and expense accounts, and by donation in November 2022.

Seminary Library

Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion
1 Corinthians, Kimlyn J. Bender, 2022.

Bully pulpit: confronting the problem of spiritual abuse in the church, Michael J. Kruger, 2022.

Five views of Christ in the Old Testament: genre, authorial intent, and the nature of Scripture, John Goldingay and Brian J. Tabb, 2022.

Foretaste of the future: reading Revelation in light of God’s mission, Dean E. Flemming, 2022.

Saeculum: history and society in the theology of St. Augustine, R. A. Markus, 1988. [replacement]

State of the art in Ethiopian Church forests and restoration options, Mengistie Kindu, 2022.

Three in One: analogies of the trinity, William David Spencer, 2022. 

Donated Gift Items to the Milligan Libraries

Welshimer Library

Territory, Nick Blosser, 2022. 

Bible tales for very young children, Lenore Cohen, 1934.

Everett Anderson’s friend, Lucille Clifton and Ann Grifalconi, 1976.

How to build a museum: Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture, Tonya Bolden, 2016.

The Song of Songs, Gilbert James, 1906.

Those magnificent men in their flying machines, or, How I flew from London to Paris in 25 hours and 11 minutes. 

Seminary Library

An elder’s public prayers, Toyozo Wada Nakarai, 1968.

The Genesis creation account and its reverberations in the New Testament, Thomas R. Shepherd, 2022.

The grace of troublesome questions: vocation, restoration, and race, Richard T. Hughes, 2022.