Below is a list of the books I read (or at least read a good part of as research for a seminar talk I gave) during 2022. The count of 19 is down a bit from 2021 (23 books), but I still managed to read more than a book a month.
Angels: What the Bible Really Says About God's Heavenly Host by Michael S. Heiser
Calvinism: A Biblical and Theological Critique edited by David L. Allen and Steve W. Lemke
The State of the Evangelical Mind edited by Todd C. Ream, Jerry Pattengale, and Christopher J. Devers
There were several books that could be grouped according to a category or theme, so I'm listing those here to help organize the list a little better.
The End of History: Pentecostals and a Fresh Approach to the Apocalypse by Robert Menzies
Pneumatology and Pentecostal History
Pentecostals and Charismatics in Latin America and Latino Communities edited by Néstor Medina and Sammy Alfaro
Open to the Spirit: God in Us, God with Us, God Transforming Us by Scot McKnight
Church and Politics
The Bible and the Ballot: Using Scripture in Political Decisions by Tremper Longman III
Political Gospel: Public Witness in a Politically Crazy World by Patrick Schreiner
Truth Over Tribe: Pledging Allegiance to the Lamb, Not the Donkey or the Elephant by Patrick Miller and Keith Simon