April 27, 2012
Wheaton Faculty Publish Books on Global Theology, the Holy Land, and More
Wheaton College faculty regularly publish books and articles. Faculty members who have recently published books include:
Dr. Jeffrey P. Greenman, Associate Dean of Biblical and theological Studies and Professor of Christian Ethics and Dr. Gene Green, Professor of New Testament
Global Theology in Evangelical Perspective: Exploring the Contextual Nature of Theology and Mission
(IVP Academic, 2012)
Inspired by the 2011 Wheaton Theology Conference, scholars explore the past, present, and future shape of biblical interpretation and theological engagement in the Majority World.
Dr. Karin Spieker Stetina, Adjunct Professor in Theology
Jonathan Edwards’ Early Understanding of Religious Experience: His New York Sermons, 1720-1723
(Edwin Mellen Press, 2011)
Dr. Stetina focuses on the formative impact Edward’s biblically-grounded religious experiences had on his theology of religious experience.
Dr. Gary Burge, Professor of New Testament
Bringing Jesus to the Desert: Uncover the Ancient Culture, Discover Hidden Meanings
As General Editor Dr. Burge joins with Dr. Bradley Nassif (North Park University) to tell the story of how the Holy Lands forged a holy people and a lasting legacy of faith.
Dr. Leland Ryken, Professor of English
The ESV and the English Bible Legacy (Crossway, 2011)
Dr. Ryken traces the history of the English Bible translation, while addressing how modern Bible translations should be viewed in their historical context.
Dr. George Kalantzis, Associate Professor of Theology
Evangelicals and the Early Church: Recovery, Reform, Renewal (Cascade Books, 2011)
Co-edited with Andrew Tooley, formerly on staff with ISAE, to help readers better understand the relationship between evangelicalism and the early church.
Dr. Philip G. Ryken, Wheaton College President
Loving the Way Jesus Loves (Crossway, 2012)
Dr. Ryken reflects on the life and ministry of Jesus in light of Paul’s message in 1 Corinthians 13.