New Books and Media Received (October 2022)

The following Books (85 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 2022.

Seminary Library

Education in late antiquity: challenges, dynamism, and reinterpretation, 300-550 CE, 2022. 

Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion
1-2 Kings by David T. Lamb, Tremper Longman, and Scot McKnight,2021.

15 New Testament words of life: how to live well in the real world, 2022.

The book of Deuteronomy, chapters 1-11 by Bill T. Arnold, 2022.

Come and see: discipleship in the Gospel of John, 2022.

A commentary on James by Aída Besançon Spencer,2020.

A critical and exegetical commentary on Isaiah 1-27 by H. G. M. Williamson,2006.

Early New Testament apocrypha by J. Christopher Edwards,2022.

Erased: God’s complete forgiveness of sins, 2019.

Global Christianity: a guide to the world’s largest religion from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, 2022.

Karl Barth: a life in conflict, 2021.

The Lord is my shepherd: Psalm 23 for the life of the church, 2021.

Mapping atonement: the doctrine of reconciliation in Christian history and theology, 2022.

Means of grace: a year of weekly devotions, 2021.

More than a white man’s religion: why the gospel has never been merely white, male-centered, or just another religion, 2022.

The Orthodox Church of Ethiopia: a history, 2020.

The Septuagint from Alexandria to Constantinople: canon, New Testament, Church fathers, catenae, 2021.

Typology: understanding the Bible’s promise-shaped patterns:  how Old Testament expectations are fulfilled in Christ, 2022.

Voices of lament: reflections on brokenness and hope in a world longing for justice, 2022.

When women lead: embrace your authority, move beyond barriers, and find joy in leading others, 2022.

Saving us: a climate scientist’s case for hope and healing in a divided world, 2022. 

Welshimer Library

The boy Jesus.,1953.

Catherine Marshall’s Story Bible, 1982.

Children’s Bible stories from Genesis to Daniel, 1993.

The child’s book of Psalms, 1956.

City of gold and other stories from the Old Testament, 1980.

David’s songs: his Psalms and their story, 1992.

The days of Christ’s coming, 1960.

Elijah and the great drought: a true story from the Bible, 1980.

Jesus befriends Zacchaeus, 1983.

Jonah: an Old Testament story, 1977.

Joseph, the dreamer, 1971.

The mighty ones: great men and women of early Bible days, 1968.

Mr. and Mrs. Noah, 2002.

Mr. Noah and the animals (Monsieur Noʹe et les animaux),1960.

Noah’s ark, 1992.

Passover to freedom, 1967.

Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego.From the Book of Daniel.,1965.

The Shepherd Psalm: Psalm XXIII from the book of Psalms.,1962.

The story of Noah’s ark, 1905.

Women of the Bible: the Old Testament, 1977.

*These books were added to the Gail Phillips collection of juvenile Bible story books, supported by the Gail Phillips endowment

Donated Gift Items to the Milligan Libraries

Welshimer Library
Freud: an intellectual biography. 

Seminary Library
All about hands.

The best thing about Christmas.

Building a healthy minster’s family.

A celebration and a tribute : with love to Myron Jackson Taylor and Sarah Jean Taylor, tenth anniversary, September 9, 1979.

God is great by Diane McIntyre, Marian Bennett, and Pat Karch.

Great things He has done : the history of First Christian Church, Monticello IL (1911-2011).

The hands of Christ and other images.

Hurry up, Noah.

I can help.

The littlest sheep.

METS : Middle East Travel Seminar.

The Michigan pulpit.

Ministry in Australian churches.

My book of Bible stories : a Frances Hook picture book : with stories.

Roll Jordan roll : a biography of Marshall Keeble.

The Standard church hymnal.

Sweetly the tones are falling : a hymnal history of churches of Christ.

Teachers’ edition of the New Christian hymn and tune-book, consisting of rudiments and exercises for use in singing-schools or private study, in addition to the selection of hymns and tunes of the regular church edition, to which also is added a selection of anthems..

Who am I by Madonna Burget Spratt and Eleanor Daniel.

1 Enoch 2: a commentary on the book of 1 Enoch: chapters 37-82 by George W. E. Nickelsburg, James C. VanderKam, and Klaus Baltzer.

Aristotle’s theory of the will.

Christian art by Rowena Loverance.

Christian ethics and the church: ecclesial foundations for moral thought and practice.

Cosmos, life, and liturgy in a Greek Orthodox village.

Dialectic and narrative in Aquinas: an interpretation of the Summa contra gentiles.

The difference heaven makes: rehearing the Gospel as news.

Fortunate fallibility: Kierkegaard and the power of sin.

From nothing: a theology of creation.

George Lindbeck: a biographical and theological introduction.

Holy silence: the gift of Quaker spirituality.

Meditations of a hermit.

The monk of Mount Athos: Staretz Silouan, 1866-1938.

Music in American religious experience.

On prayer by Sofroniĭ

Pavel Florensky: a quiet genius: the tragic and extraordinary life of Russia’s unknown Da Vinci.


Rorty and Kierkegaard on irony and moral commitment: philosophical and theological connections.

The spiritual meadow by John Moschus and John Wortley.

Theology and Game of thrones.

Things that bother me: death, freedom, the self, etc..

Time and the word: figural reading of the Christian scriptures.

A time to keep: theology, mortality, and the shape of a human life.

The way of silent love: Carthusian novice conferences; the beatitudes.