Wheaton College faculty regularly publish books and articles. Faculty members who have recently published books include:
Dr. Daniel Block, Gunther H. Knoedler Professor of Old Testament
For Our Good Always: Studies on the Message and Influence of Deuteronomy in Honor of Daniel I. Block (Eisenbrauns, 2013)
Dr. Block was presented with this surprise festschrift at the November 2013 meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society. The compilation features 25 essays by evangelical scholars, all colleagues, friends, and former students of Dr. Block. Edited by Dr. Jason DeRouchie, Dr. Jason Gile ’13, and Dr. Kenneth Turner ’63 (three of Dr. Block’s doctoral students), the book includes contributions from Wheaton professors Dr. Michael Graves, Dr. Douglas Moo, and Dr. Richard Schultz.
Dr. Bruce Benson, Professor of Philosophy
The New Phenomenonlogy: A Philosophical Introduction (Bloomsbury Academic, 2013)
With coauthor J. Aaron Simmons, Dr. Benson engages with the foundational works of the French thinkers known as phenomenologists.
Dr. Lynn Cohick, Professor of New Testament
The Story of God Bible Commentary: Philippians (Zondervan, 2013)
Dr. Cohick presents a clear and compelling exposition of Philippians as part of Zondervan’s Fidei Commentary series on the New Testament, encouraging discussion of how the Bible’s story can be lived today.
Dr. Douglas Moo, Kenneth T. Wessner Professor of New Testament
Galatians (Baker Academic, 2013)
Dr. Moo contributes a new volume to the Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament.
Dr. Tony Payne, Associate Professor of Music
Aleluya: The Psalms, Hymns & Spiritual Songs of Tony Payne (Tony Payne Music, 2013)
Dr. Payne’s collection of worship music represents 40 years of work and includes hymns such as “Lord, Upon This Joyful Day,” written for President Duane Litfin’s inauguration.
Dr. Leland Ryken, Professor of English
Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter (Crossway, 2013)
This guidebook is part of Dr. Ryken’s new series of Christian Guides to the Classics, which includes volumes on Bunyan, Dickens, Homer, Milton, and Shakespeare.
Dr. John H. Walton, Professor of Old Testament
Job (Zondervan, 2012)
In this NIV Application Commentary installment, Dr. Walton supplements each chapter with dialogue on personal suffering from a student, Kelly Lemon Vizcaino ’10.