April 26, 2016

New Titles Tuesday: Focus on Biblical Studies

Over 200 eBooks were added to Alloway Library's collection. Here are 37 titles related to Biblical Studies.
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 1-2 Thessalonians /Jeffrey A.D. Weima.

A canonical exegesis of the eighth Psalm: YHWH's maintenance of the created order through divine intervention /Hubert James Keener.

Acts /edited by Esther Chung-Kim and Todd R. Hains ; general editor Timothy George ; associate general editor, Scott M. Manetsch. A portrait of the Reformers' views on the contemporary church's faithfulness to its God-given identity and calling.

Acts and Christian beginnings: the Acts seminar report /edited by Dennis E. Smith and Joseph B. Tyson. Essays drawn from the Seminar on the Acts of the Apostle, which met from 2006 to 2011, whose results were presented at the fall and spring meetings of the Westar Institute.

Acts of the Apostles /William S. Kurz, SJ.


By the River Chebar: historical, literary, and theological studies in the Book of Ezekiel /by Daniel I. Block.

Can we still believe the Bible?: an evangelical engagement with contemporary questions /Craig L. Blomberg. An accessible and nuanced argument for the Bible's reliability in response to the extreme views about Scripture and its authority articulated by both sides of the debate.

Colossians /Christopher R. Seitz.

Daniel: a commentary /Carol A. Newsom, with Brennan W. Breed.

Deuteronomy /Deanna A. Thompson.

Encountering the book of Romans: a theological survey /Douglas J. Moo.

Feasting on the Gospels, Luke volume 1, chapters 1-11 /Cynthia A. Jarvis and E. Elizabeth Johnson, general editors.

Feasting on the Gospels, Luke volume 2, chapters 12-24 /Cynthia A. Jarvis and E. Elizabeth Johnson, general editors.

 First, Second, and Third John /George L. Parsenios.

From whom no secrets are hid: introducing the Psalms /Walter Brueggemann ; edited by Brent A. Strawn.

God's word and the church's council: Vatican II and divine revelation /Mark Alan O'Brien, Christopher John Monaghan. Essays on various aspects of Dei Verbum by authors from around the world.

Hidden riches: a sourcebook for the comparative study of the Hebrew bible and Ancient Near East /Christopher B. Hays. Considers the historical, cultural, and literary significance of some of the most important Ancient Near East (ANE) texts that illuminate the Hebrew Bible.

 Isaiah for everyone /John Goldingay.

Jeremiah and God's plans of well-being /Barbara Green.

Jesus, the temple, and the coming Son of Man: a commentary on Mark 13 /Robert H. Stein.

John 1-12 /edited by Craig S. Farmer. Here you will find a mosaic of reflection on the Gospel of John by a variety of significant well-known and lesser-known figures among the Reformed, Lutherans, Radicals and Roman Catholics.

 LXX Isaiah 24:1-26:6 as interpretation and translation: a methodological discussion /by Wilson de Angelo Cunha.

Mark[SCB1] /Grant R. Osborne ; Mark L. Strauss and John H. Walton, general editors ; illustrating the text, Kevin and Sherry Harney, Don Porter, associate editors, contributing author. Utilizing the best of biblical scholarship and providing the information a pastor needs to communicate the text effectively.

Perspectives of Jesus in the writings of Paul: a historical examination of shared core commitments with a view to determining the extent of Paul's dependence on Jesus /Gerry Schoberg. By coupling comparative instances in the gospels and the works attributed to Paul, Schoberg invites the reader to enquire more profoundly than in past studies as to the nature of the relationship between Jesus and the most dramatic of Christian converts.

 Philippians and Philemon /Daniel L. Migliore.

Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Songs for everyone /John Goldingay.

Psalms: an introduction and commentary /Tremper Longman III. Interprets each psalm in its Old Testament setting, summarizing its overall message and reflecting on its significance from a New Testament perspective.

Reading the historical books: a student's guide to engaging the biblical text /Patricia Dutcher-Walls.

 The Acts of the Apostles: a newly discovered commentary /J.B. Lightfoot ; edited by Ben Witherington III and Todd D. Still.

The biographical Bible: exploring the Biblical narrative from Adam and Eve to John of Patmos /Ruth A. Tucker. Through insightful reflections on the lives of over eighty individuals, this unique book captures the essence of these colorful characters, warts and all. They are people who have much in common with twenty-first century people of faith.

The good shepherd: a thousand-year journey from Psalm 23 to the New Testament /Kenneth E. Bailey. Traces the theme of the good shepherd from its origins in Psalm 23 through the prophets and into the New Testament, observing how it changed, developed and was applied by the biblical writers over a thousand-year span.

 The gospel according to Daniel: a Christ-centered approach /Bryan Chapell. Any Christian who wants to learn how to faithfully understand the book of Daniel without getting derailed by hero worship or prophetic mysteries will value this grace-centered approach.

The Lord of the Psalms /Patrick D. Miller.

The message of Jeremiah: against wind and tide /Christopher J.H. Wright, International Ministries Director, Langham Partnership.

  The power of God: a Jonathan Edwards commentary on the book of Romans /edited and compiled by David S. Lovi and Benjamin Westerhoff.

 The Yahwist: a historian of Israelite origins /by John Van Seters.

With the clouds of heaven: the book of Daniel in biblical theology /James M. Hamilton Jr.

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