Book Reviews

“When you come, bring…the books” (2 Timothy 4:13, NRSV)


Beck, W. David and Licona, Michael R. (eds.), Raised on the Third Day: Defending the Historicity of the Resurrection of Jesus. 392 pages.

Bond, Helen K. The First Biography of Jesus: Genre and Meaning in Mark’s Gospel. 360 pages.

Bowen, Joshua. Does the Old Testament Endorse Slavery? 243 pages.

Bowen, Joshua. The Atheist’s Handbook to the Old Testament (vol. 1). 428 pages.

Ehrman, Bart. Heaven and Hell: A History of the Afterlife. 352 pages.

Gorski, Philip S. and Perry, Samuel L. The Flag and the Cross: White Christian Nationalism and the Threat to American Democracy. 176 pages.

Harrill, J. Albert. Paul the Apostle: His Life and Legacy in Their Roman Context. 224 pages.

Hawkins, J. Russell. The Bible Told Them So: How Southern Evangelicals Fought to Preserve White Supremacy. 224 pages.

Kok, Michael J. The Beloved Apostle? The Transformation of the Apostle John into the Fourth Evangelist. 186 pages.

Lamborelle, Bernard. The Covenant: On the Origin of the Abrahamic Covenant by Means of Deification. 406 pages.

Le Donne, Anthony, editor. Christology in Mark’s Gospel: Four Views. 320 pages.

McGrath, James F. What Jesus Learned from Women. 322 pages.

Praise I Am That I Am. The Ultimate Guide to Debunking Biblical Slavery. Kindle Book.

Sievers, Joseph and Levine, Amy-Jill (eds.), The Pharisees. 506 pages.

Strobel, Lee. The Case for Miracles (2018). 320 pages.

Swenson, Kristin. A Most Peculiar Book: The Inherent Strangeness of the Bible. 288 pages.

Thiessen, Matthew. Jesus and the Forces of Death: The Gospels’ Portrayal of Ritual Impurity within First Century Judaism. 256 pages.

Thomason, SJ. Why Christianity Matters: Historical, Sociocultural, and Moral Reasons to Follow Jesus Christ (1st edition). 410 pages.

Tiger, Steven. Doctrine Impossible (2007). 310 pages.

Walsh, Robyn Faith. The Origins of Early Christianity: Contextualizing the New Testament within Greco-Roman Literary Culture. 246 pages.

White, L. Michael. Scripting Jesus: The Gospels in Rewrite. 528 pages.

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