Thursday, January 4, 2024

2023 Reading Report

Here is a list of books I read in 2023. A total of 25 titles, though all were not read in their entirety (some of the Leviticus commentaries, I read a major portion of, but did not read the complete volume, as I was researching material on the atonement and the relationship of the Levitical sacrificial system to Christ's sacrificial death). 

Forsaken: The Trinity and the Cross, and Why It Matters by Thomas McCall

The Six Conversations by Heather Holleman

Jesus v Evangelicals: A Biblical Critique of a Wayward Movement by Constantine Campbell

Songs of Resistance: Challenging Caesar and Empire by R. Alan Streett

The Cross in Context: Reconsidering Biblical Metaphors for Atonement by Brad Vaughn

Bully Pulpit: Confronting the Problem of Spiritual Abuse in the Church by Michael J. Kruger

Being God's Image: Why Creation Still Matters by Carmen Joy Imes

How Jesus Saves: Atonement for Ordinary People by Joshua M. McNall

Why the Gospel?: Living the Good News of King Jesus with Purpose by Matthew W. Bates

Who Shall Ascend to the Mountain of the Lord: A Biblical Theology of the Book of Leviticus by L. Michael Morales

Leviticus: A Book of Ritual and Ethics by Jacob Milgrom

Counterfeit Kingdom: The Dangers of New Revelation. New Prophets, and New Age Practices in the Church by Holly Pivec and R. Douglas Geivett

The Rise and Fall of Dispensationalism: How the Evangelical Battle over the End Times Shaped a Nation by Daniel G. Hummel

Notes on Leviticus: from the Naked Bible Podcast by Michael S. Heiser

Outpouring: A Theological Witness by Jason E. Vickers and Thomas H. McCall 

Rethinking the Atonement: New Perspectives on Jesus's Death, Resurrection, and Ascension by David M. Moffitt

The Ballot and the Bible: How Scripture Has Been Used and Abused in American Politics and Where We Go from Here by Kaitlyn Schiess

We Become What We Worship: A Biblical Theology of Idolatry by G. K. Beale

From the Pit to the Palace: A Guide to Understanding Dreams by Cherie Goff

Pentecostal Prophets: Experience in Old Testament Perspective by Stephen D. Barkley

Atonement and the Kingdom edited by Derek Morphew

From Peter Wagner to Bill Johnson: The History and Epistemology of the “New Apostolic Reformation” PhD dissertation by Yvie Baker

Revisiting the Riddle in Samaria: A Social-Scientific Investigation of Spirit Reception in Luke-Acts in Historical Perspective, PhD dissertation by Thomas Lyons 

The Josiah Manifesto: The Ancient Mystery and Guide for the End Times by Jonathan Cahn (as research for the series of posts analyzing and critiquing Cahn's hermeneutic)

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