- Old Testament
- A. Philip Brown II and Bryan W. Smith, eds. - A Reader’s Hebrew Bible
- (reviewed by Christopher Cowan)
- Gregory K. Beale - We Become What We Worship: A Biblical Theology of Idolatry
- (reviewed by Mathieu Richelle)
- Bruce Waltke, with Charles Yu - An Old Testament Theology: An Exegetical, Canonical, and Thematic Approach
- (reviewed by Rodrigo de Sousa)
A very judicious review. I have enjoyed reading this volume, but there are a few peculiarities which de Sousa does a fine job of critiquing.
- New Testament
- Joseph Fitzmyer - First Corinthians
- (reviewed by Nijay Gupta)
- Edited by William Foxwell Albright, David Noel Freedman, and John J. Collins - The Anchor Yale Bible
- (reviewed by Andy Naselli)
I found this to be a very helpful introduction to this commentary series.
- Craig L. Blomberg and Mariam J. Kamell. - James
- (reviewed by Scott Newman)
We highlighted this commentary on the blog last November (read here).
- History and Historical Theology
- Herman J. Selderhuis - John Calvin: A Pilgrim’s Life
- (reviewed by David Roach)
This is an excellent biography. I highly recommend it (read here).
- Systematic Theology and Bioethics
- Craig L. Blomberg and Sung Wook Chung, eds. - A Case for Historic Premillennialism: An Alternative to “Left Behind” Eschatology
- (reviewed by A. J. Gibson)
I was delighted when I first heard of this book (read here). I was even more delighted to find A. J.'s review. I, too, am looking forward to more works on this subject.
- Ethics and Pastoralia
- Mark Dever and Paul Alexander - The Deliberate Church: Building Your Ministry on the Gospel
- Graham Tomlin - The Provocative Church
- (both of these titles were reviewed by James M. Curtis)
This is the first review of Tomlin's book that I have found. I'm very glad that Curtis highlighted Tomlin's re-defining of repentance. I have not read this book, but I have watched Tomlin's lectures through this book. The contrast in these two titles highlights a major difference in ministry philosophy between Dever/Alexander and Tomlin. I, personally, was surprised that Curtis took to Tomlin's book more than to Dever's. In any case, these were also very helpful reviews.