Top Books for 2014

What will the top books for 2014 be?

Here’s a few suggestions, guesses, and self-promotions.

Michael F. Bird (ed.). Secret project that I can’t talk about until Monday, but will be more awesome than a kung fu panda. You will want this!!!

Michael F. Bird, The Gospel of the Lord: How the Early Church Wrote the Story of Jesus.

Craig A. Evans, From Jesus to the Church.

Loveday and Philip Alexander, Hebrews (ICC) – fingers crossed that it comes out!

N.T. Wright, Paul and His Interpreters – cause PFG was not long enough and now we want to know the forschungeschicte behind it all.

John Byron, 1-2 Thessalonians (SOBC).

Craig Blomberg, Can We Still Believe the Bible?

Todd Still and Bruce Longenecker, Thinking Through Paul.

Any other suggestions?

  • Cliff Kvidahl

    I look forward to ICC on Hebrews. I have been waiting for this volume for awhile.

  • brianleport

    Jack Levison, Inspired: The Holy Spirit and the Life of the Mind (Eerdmans)

  • Sean Lucas

    Sean Michael Lucas, J. Gresham Machen (EP Books, UK) and Sean Michael Lucas, For a Continuing Church: The Beginnings of the Presbyterian Church in America (P&R). :)

  • Wayne Coppins

    I’m hopeful that the following two books may give the Bird volumes a run for their money =): Jens Schröter. Jesus of Nazareth: Jew from Galilee—Savior of the World. Translated by Wayne Coppins and Brian Pounds. Waco, Tex.: Baylor University Press, 2014. Matthias Konradt. Israel, Church, and the Nations in the Gospel of Matthew. Translated by Kathleen Ess. Baylor-Mohr Siebeck Studies in Early Christianity 2. Waco, Tex.: Baylor University Press, 2014.


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