Nijay’s SBL ’22 Book Shopping List

Nijay’s SBL ’22 Book Shopping List November 15, 2022

Going to the SBL book hall is like opening a bag of chips, you can’t keep yourself to just one. If you are going to indulge, here are my recommendations. (I know a lot of new books are out, apologies in advance I couldn’t include more, I wanted to keep this to ten and spread them out among various publishers)


Amy Peeler, Women and the Gender of God (Eerdmans)

Read it, loved it, you should read it too

Simon Gathercole, The Gospel and the Gospels (Eerdmans)

Reading it now, very carefully argued

David Moffitt, Rethinking the Atonement (Baker Academic)

Just got it, very high praise from numerous scholars

J. Christopher Edwards, ed. Early New Testament Apocrypha (Zondervan Academic)

Excited about this new Zondervan series

Michael F. Bird, Jesus among the Gods (Baylor)

Another excellent study from Mike Bird

Patrick Schreiner, Acts (B&H)

I’ve been using this for the last few weeks, a must-have

Ekaputra Tupamahu, Contesting Languages: Heteroglossia and the Politics of Language in the Early Church (OUP)

I’ve had many conversations with Eka about this, excited it is finally out!

Jamie Davies, The Apocalyptic Paul (Cascade)

I did a doctoral book club at Northern with this book, so much insight packed into a slim volume

Dean Flemming, Foretaste of the Future: Reading Revelation in Light of God’s Mission (IVP Academic)

You will fall in love with Revelation if you read this

Bruce Longenecker, ed. Greco-Roman Associations, Deities, and Early Christianity (Baylor)

I am fascinated by GR associations, this should be insightful; also Bruce is one of my favorites


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