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?

Is Reformed Theology Still Relevant? (Michael Jensen)
Bumper Issue of JSNT (2015)
Perhaps Feminism Is Not the Enemy! (Michael Jensen)
What "Render to Caesar" Really Means!
  • 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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