What Should I Be Reading?

What Should I Be Reading?

For this special edition of “What Should I Be Reading?” we highlight a variety of books authored and co-authored by the Truett Seminary faculty. Our faculty’s expertise ranges from Psalms to new media to Martin Luther to spiritual formation to a dozen subjects in between. Each publication makes a unique contribution to the world of theological education and ministry practice.

<i>Engaging the Christian Scriptures: An Introduction to the Bible </i> (2014), Andrew Arterbury, W.H. Bellinger, Jr., and Derek S. Dodson
Engaging the Christian Scriptures: An Introduction to the Bible (2014), Andrew Arterbury, W.H. Bellinger, Jr., and Derek S. Dodson
<i>Reading Karl Barth for the Church</i> (2019), Kimlyn Bender
Reading Karl Barth for the Church (2019), Kimlyn Bender
<i>Urban Ministry Reconsidered: Contexts and Approaches</i> (2018), Stephanie Boddie, R. Drew Smith, Ronald E. Peters (Editors)
Urban Ministry Reconsidered: Contexts and Approaches (2018), Stephanie Boddie, R. Drew Smith, Ronald E. Peters (Editors)
<i>Martin Luther and the Seven Sacraments: A Contemporary Protestant Reappraisal</i> (2017) Brian Brewer
Martin Luther and the Seven Sacraments: A Contemporary Protestant Reappraisal (2017) Brian Brewer
<i>Family Systems and Congregational Life: A Map for Ministry</i> (2019) R. Robert Creech
Family Systems and Congregational Life: A Map for Ministry (2019) R. Robert Creech
<i>A Theology of Mark</i> (2015) David E. Garland
A Theology of Mark (2015) David E. Garland
<i>Always On: Practicing Faith in a New Media Landscape</i> (2019) Angela Gorrell
Always On: Practicing Faith in a New Media Landscape (2019) Angela Gorrell
<i>Essentials of Christian Thought: Seeing Reality through the Biblical Story</i> (2018) Roger E. Olson
Essentials of Christian Thought: Seeing Reality through the Biblical Story (2018) Roger E. Olson
<i>Spiritual Companioning: A Guide to Protestant Theology and Practice</i> (2015) Angela Reed, Richard Osmer, and Marcus Smucker
Spiritual Companioning: A Guide to Protestant Theology and Practice (2015) Angela Reed, Richard Osmer, and Marcus Smucker
<i>Sport and Spirituality</i> (2019) John White and Scott Kretchmar (Editors)
Sport and Spirituality (2019) John White and Scott Kretchmar (Editors)
<i>Ancient African Christianity</i> (2017) David Wilhite
Ancient African Christianity (2017) David Wilhite
Complete List of Books from the Slide Show Above
  1. Engaging the Christian Scriptures: An Introduction to the Bible (2014), Andrew Arterbury, W.H. Bellinger, Jr., and Derek S. Dodson
  2. Reading Karl Barth for the Church (2019), Kimlyn Bender
  3. Urban Ministry Reconsidered: Contexts and Approaches (2018), Stephanie Boddie, R. Drew Smith, Ronald E. Peters (Editors)
  4. Martin Luther and the Seven Sacraments: A Contemporary Protestant Reappraisal (2017) Brian Brewer
  5. Family Systems and Congregational Life: A Map for Ministry (2019) R. Robert Creech
  6. A Theology of Mark (2015) David E. Garland
  7. Always On: Practicing Faith in a New Media Landscape (2019) Angela Gorrell
  8. Essentials of Christian Thought: Seeing Reality through the Biblical Story (2018) Roger E. Olson
  9. Spiritual Companioning: A Guide to Protestant Theology and Practice (2015) Angela Reed, Richard Osmer, and Marcus Smucker
  10. Sport and Spirituality (2019) John White and Scott Kretchmar (Editors)
  11. Ancient African Christianity (2017) David Wilhite