New Books and Media Received (October 2021)

The following Books (102 items) were received into the Library collection for both the Welshimer and Seminary Libraries through budgetary funds and expense accounts, and by donation in October 2021.

Seminary Library

The common school awakening: religion and the transatlantic roots of American public education, 2020.

A short history of Christian Zionism: from the Reformation to the twenty-first century, 2021. 

Language and Literature
Basics of Arabic: a complete grammar, workbook, and lexicon, 2021.

Handbook of reading theological German, 2021. 

Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion
1 Peter: a commentary by Craig S. Keener, 2021.

100 great Bible mysteries: digging deep for revelation knowledge, 2003.

7 deadly sins of women in leadership: overcome self-defeating behavior in work and ministry, 2021.

Acts: an exegetical commentary by Craig S. Keener, 2012.

The Beatitudes through the ages, 2021.

Biblia Americana: America’s first Bible commentary:  a synoptic commentary on the Old and New Testaments, vol. 1, 2010.

Biblia Americana: America’s first Bible commentary:  a synoptic commentary on the Old and New Testaments, vol. 2, 2010.

Biblia Americana: America’s first Bible commentary:  a synoptic commentary on the Old and New Testaments, vol. 3, 2010.

Biblia Americana: America’s first Bible commentary:  a synoptic commentary on the Old and New Testaments, vol. 4, 2010.

Biblia Americana: America’s first Bible commentary:  a synoptic commentary on the Old and New Testaments, vol. 5, 2010.

Black, gay, British, Christian, queer: the church and the famine of grace, 2021.

The body in biblical, Christian and Jewish texts, 2015.

The book of Acts as story: a narrative-critical study, 2021.

Bringing the depths into focus: engaging difficulties in Biblical interpretation, 2021.

The charismatic city and the public resurgence of religion: a Pentecostal social ethics of cosmopolitan urban life, 2014.

Constructing Paul, 2020.

Cradling abundance: one African Christian’s story of empowering women and fighting systemic poverty, 2021.

Deconstructing evangelicalism: a letter to a friend and a professor’s guide to escaping fundamentalist Christianity, 2020.

The depth and destiny of work: an African theological interpretation, 2008.

The Deuteronomistic history and the name theology: lešakkēn šemô šām in the Bible., 2002.

Developing female leaders: navigate the minefields and release the potential of women in your church, 2019.

Doing theology in the new normal, 2021.

Early North African Christianity: turning points in the development of the church, 2021.

Economics in spirit and truth: a moral philosophy of finance., 2015.

Five things biblical scholars wish theologians knew, 2021.

Five things theologians wish biblical scholars knew, 2021.

Forming resilient children: the role of spiritual formation for healthy development, 2021.

Friendship and community: the monastic experience, 350-1250, 2010.

From Christ to Christianity: how the Jesus movement became the church in less than a century, 2021.

From Plato to Christ: how Platonic thought shaped the Christian faith, 2021.

God in the modern wing: viewing art with eyes of faith, 2021.

God will be all in all: theology through the lens of incarnation, 2021.

Handbook on the Gospels, 2021.

I am Yahweh, 2018.

Irrepressible light: the women of the New Testament, 2020.

Lessons from quarantine: biblical principles for living in tough times., 2021.

Liturgies from below: 462 acts of worship ; praying with people at the ends of the world, 2020.

Lord, teach us to pray, 2018.

Luke-Acts by James P. Grimshaw, et al., 2020.

Making a scene in the pulpit: vivid preaching for visual listeners, 2018.

Mark, women and empire: a Korean postcolonial perspective, 2010.

Matthew within sectarian Judaism, 2019.

Old Testament use of Old Testament: a book-by-book guide, 2021.

The Oxford handbook of mystical theology, 2020.

Paul and the economy of salvation: reading from the perspective of the last judgment, 2021.

Paul and the hope of glory: an exegetical and theological study, 2020.

The politics of race and ethnicity in Matthew’s passion narrative, 2019.

Power women: stories of motherhood, faith & the academy, 2021.

Prophecy, piety, and the problem of historicity: interpreting the Hebrew scriptures in Cotton Mather’s ‘Biblia Americana’, 2016.

Reading evangelicals: how Christian fiction shaped a culture and a faith, 2021.

Recovering from biblical manhood & womanhood: how the church needs to rediscover her purpose, 2020.

Redemptive kingdom diversity: a biblical theology of the people of God, 2021.

Rediscovering the Marys: Maria, Mariamne, Miriam, 2021.

Revelation by Amos Yong, 2021.

Ruth, Esther by Marion Ann Taylor, 2020.

Sermons that sing: music and the practice of preaching, 2021.

The sermons to the seven churches of Revelation: a commentary and guide, 2021.

Seven things I wish Christians knew about the Bible, 2021.

Spirit and trauma: a theology of remaining, 2010.

Spiritual formation for the global church: a multi-denominational, multi-ethnic approach, 2021.

Subversive witness: scripture’s call to leverage privilege, 2021.

Systematic theology by Gideon Andrew Thompson, 2018.

A theology of disagreement: New Testament ethics for ecclesial conflicts, 2021.

Together in ministry: women and men in flourishing partnerships, 2021.

Transforming worship: planning and leading Sunday services as if spiritual formation mattered, 2021.

Welcome, Holy Spirit: a theological and experiential introduction, 2021.

Women rising: learning to listen, reclaiming our voice, 2021.

Women serving God: my journey in understanding their story in the Bible, 2020.

The women’s lectionary: preaching the women of the Bible throughout the year, 2021.

A women’s lectionary for the whole church, 2021.

New Testament Seminar
Discovering Luke: content, interpretation, reception, 2021.

Gospel women and the long ending of Mark, 2021.

Greek for life: strategies for learning, retaining, and reviving New Testament Greek, 2017.

Historical and theological lexicon of the Septuagint, 2020.

Jesus and the manuscripts: what we can learn from the oldest texts, 2020.

Papyri and the social world of the New Testament, 2019.

Porphyry, On principles and matter: a Syriac version of a lost Greek text with an English translation, introduction, and glossaries, 2021.

Sharing in the son’s inheritance: Davidic messianism and Paul’s worldwide interpretation… of the Abrahamic land promise in Galatians, 2020.

Signs, wonders, and gifts: divination in the letters of Paul, 2019.

Welshimer Library

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

Graphic Design
Type speaks, 2021.

Typographic firsts: adventures in early printing, 2019.

Language and Literature
Chapterhouse: Dune, 2020.

Children of Dune, 2020.

Dune, 2005.

Dune messiah, 2020.

Fake love letters, forged telegrams, and prison escape maps: designing graphic props for filmmaking, 2020.

God emperor of Dune, 2020.

Heretics of Dune, 2020.

Parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT) adapted for older children: a research development manual, 2021. 

Wagnerism: art and politics in the shadow of music, 2021. 

Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion
Breaking the mould: learning to thrive as a ministry mum, 2020.

The defining decade: why your twenties matter and how to make the most of them now, 2021.

Political Science
Identity politics in the United States, 2019. 

The art of statistics: how to learn from data, 2019.

Skunk and badger, 2020.

Donated Gift Items to the Milligan Libraries
2014 Middle East travel seminar: reflection papers.

The Quax: the junior annual of Drake University, 1914.