What new academic books should be on your reading list? Below we’ve compiled a short summary of some of the best-reviewed books over the last couple months. From archaeology to C. S. Lewis studies, hopefully you’ll find something you like.
Jesus and the Remains of His Day by Craig Evans was reviewed by both Zwinglius Redivivus and Sojourner Theology:
“It is hard to put into words the usefulness of this volume…I was pleasantly surprised when I started reading this volume, and it was difficult to set down. In fact the above review doesn’t even begin to scratch the surface.”
The Dictionary of Daily Life, edited by Edwin M. Yamauchi and Marvin R. Wilson, was also reviewed on Sojourner Theology as “a phenomenal achievement in the field of biblical studies.”
Codex Sinaiticus, a collection of essays edited by Scot McKendrick and David Parker, was reviewed by Rick Brannan.
Reflecting the Eternal by Marsha Daigle-Williamson was reviewed by Sojourner Theology and Stuart’s Study:
“The level of research, notes, and academic depth in this book is astounding….If you are a fan of Lewis, Dante, and/or great literature then you will want to read this book.”
Emil Brunner, part of the Makers of the Modern Theological Mind series, was reviewed by Zwinglius Redvivus as “the best volume on Brunner’s thinking yet written.”