From a book sale at TTC.
1. Marilynne Robinson, Gilead, FSG. Winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.
2. Karl Barth, Evangelical Theology: An Introduction, Eerdmans. “Evangelical theology is concerned with Immanuel, God with us! Having this God for its object, it can be nothing else but the most thankful and happy science.” Ah, happy science. I like the phrase.
3. Daniel Boyarin, Border Lines: The Partition of Judaeo-Christianity, UPenn Press. Boyarin is a Jewish scholar who wrote A Radical Jew: Paul and the Politics of Identity (one of the few Jewish scholars who worked on Paul: Mark Nanos, Pamela Eisenbaum, Alan Segal, etc.).
4. Brevard S. Childs, The Book of Exodus (Old Testament Library), WJK. Childs was famous for his canonical approach to Scripture (contra form-criticism) and was associated with the Yale Postliberal school (Lindbeck, Frei).