Elizabeth Steele Halstead, Paul Detterman,

Joyce Borger & John D. Witvliet, editors

Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2010

This creative "devotional commentary" on the Letter to the Phillipians is augmented with the words and art of well known writers and artists of the twentieth century.

W. Phillip Keller

Zondervan, 2008

This bestselling book, originally published in 1993, is appreciated for its unique and knowledgeable perspective on the 23rd Psalm: a journalist and agrologist, Keller was once a shepherd himself!

Bruno Barnhart

Wipf and Stock, 2008

Barnhardt takes the wisdom tradition perspective of gleaning the deep insights in the Fourth Gospel, viewing Jesus as the human manifestation of God's divinity and truth.

Justo L. Gonzalez

Westminster John Knox Press, 2010

This commentary on Luke is part of a brand-new series which offers contemporary context for reflection and preaching.  Gonzalez is a retired historical theologian and author of the two-volume series, The Story of Christianity.

William C. Placher

Westminster John Knox Press, 2010

This commentary on Mark is part of a brand-new commentary series which offers a context for contemporary reflection and preaching.  It was Placher's last book.

Robert Tomson Fortna

Augsburg Fortress, 2000

Robert Fortna continues in the first part of the book his pioneering exploration of the source material of the Gospel of John with commentary on the source and redactions.  In the second part explicates the theological and christological development of John's community within their social and cultural experience.

N. T. Wright

HarperOne, 2011

Anglican bishop and scholar Wright's latest book is a revised and previously expanded from his book The Last Word (2006), Wright sets forth a new model for understanding and applying the Bible amidst the conflicting perspectives and aims of its readers, where one can truly listen and hear the word of God.

J. Louis Martyn

Westminster John Knox, 2003

Martyn's book was originally published in 1968, presenting groundbreaking scholarly research regarding the Johannine community and the community's unique significance and impact on the gospel of John.

Richard Rohr

St. Anthony Messenger, 2008

Richard Rohr looks lovingly at Scripture in a new way for our times as post-millennial Christians. He shows us how love and abundance in the Word of God are available to us and our relationships in the everyday stresses of life. Things Hidden has just been released as a CD.


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Adele Berlin, Marc Zvi Brettler

and Michael Fishbane, editors

Oxford University Press, 2004

An excellent study bible on the First Testament  which has been acclaimed by both Jewish and Christian clergy.  Included are scholarly articles on criticism, various traditions of Judaism, poetry, and the history of its canonization.

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