BA Books & Authors on the Web – July 12, 2013

Myron Bradley Penner, author of The End of Apologetics, appeared on Randal Rauser’s “The Tentative Apologist Podcast.”

The Special Service Worship Architect by Constance M. Cherry was reviewed by church leader/academic Chloe Lynch.

Imagining the Kingdom by James K. A. Smith was included as one of Englewood Review of BooksBest Books of the First Half of 2013.  Smith’s book was also reviewed by Jason Clark for The Church & Postmodern Culture blog.

On his “New Testament Perspectives” blog, Matthew Montonini recommended Francis Moloney’s forthcoming Love in the Gospel of JohnIn a seperate post, Montonini previewed Douglas Moo’s forthcoming Galatians commentary in the BECNT series.

Simon Peter in Scripture and Memory by Markus Bockmuehl was reviewed (in three parts) by Kyle Hughes. Part 1. Part 2. Part 3.

Nijay Gupta previewed Graham Twelftree’s forthcoming Paul and the Miraculous.

Matthew Levering’s The Theology of Augustine was reviewed by Kendrick T. Kuo for blog Schaeffer’s Ghost.

Scripture and Tradition by Edith M. Humphrey was reviewed by blogger Joel Watts.

The forthcoming Jesus against the Scribal Elite by Chris Keith was recommended by biblioblogger Brian LePort.

Hurt 2.0 by Chap Clark was reviewed by pastor Paul Smith.

Classical Christian Doctrine by Ronald E. Heine was reviewed by blogger Nathaniel Claiborne.

David Lincicum published an essay on the topic of his book Paul and the Early Jewish Encounter with Deuteronomy titled “Seeking the Shape of Paul’s Deuteronomy” with The Bible and Inspiration.

Mapping Modern Theology by Kelly M. Kapic and Bruce L. McCormack, eds., was reviewed by pastor Kyle McDanell.

Blogger Cliff Kvidahl reviewed Seven Events That Shaped the New Testament World by Warren Carter.

Vincent of Lérins by Thomas G. Guarino was reviewed by Robert Cornwall.

Encountering the Old Testament, second edition, by Bill T. Arnold and Bryan E. Beyer and Encountering the New Testament, third edition, by Walter A. Elwell and Robert W. Yarbrough were reviewed by professor Phillip J. Long. Long also reviewed Encountering the Book of Romans by Douglas J. Moo.

**Beginning on Monday, The Church & Postmodern Culture blog will begin a series of engagements with / reviews of Liturgy as a Way of Life by Bruce Ellis Benson. Check out the preview for next week’s book symposium HERE.