1. Oliver O’Donovan, Resurrection and Moral Order: An Outline for Evangelical Ethics, Eerdmans.
A classic on ethics, so they say. More importantly, the discussion was based on the Resurrection.
2. Michael J. Gorman, Inhabiting the Cruciform God: Kenosis, Justification, and Theosis in Paul’s Narrative Soteriology, Eerdmans.
Have been reading his blog for awhile and actually have wanted to read this book since last year. And, yes, yet another book on Paul. I just can’t get enough of the least apostle, I guess.
3. Eugene H. Peterson, Practice Resurrection: A Conversation on Growing Up in Christ, Eerdmans.
Last volume of Peterson’s five-volumes spiritual theology series (I don’t know how many times I have said it, but they’re really really good!).
4. Miroslav Volf, Against the Tide: Love in a Time of Petty Dreams and Persisting Enmities, Eerdmans.
I knew Volf from reading his Exclusion and Embrace and attending his lecture at TTC. Have always wanted to read more of him, his latest book hopefully could be a good point of entry to his thought.
And Tom Wright’s latest book After You Believe should arrive anytime soon in my mailbox. :)