My Books

I’ve written or helped write several books. πŸ™‚ You can check them out individually, but here’s the summary:

Living Whole Without a Better Half is the first, written preseminary. The process of writing it was, in fact, what prompted me to go to seminary. The second, A Match Made in Heaven: How Singles and the Church Can Live Happily Ever After, grew out of the convergence of what I was learning in seminary classes and what I was experiencing in a family-focused church. The third book is different altogether – The Forest and the Trees: Helping Teachers Integrate a Biblical Worldview across the CurriculumΒ  was a joint effort with my dad; it was written to be a readable resource for parents or teachers who want to help their kids see God and His truth in every aspect of life. My fourth book is only available electronically, and it’s a resurrected version of my Master’s thesis on Augustine and Luther: Augustine versus Luther on Sin, Sexuality, and Salvation.

For the first several years of this blog, I wrote about the book of Daniel–and that was because I was working on my first commentary for Zondervan. The commentary is now available, and I promise it goes all the way through the book–unlike this blog, which got mired down in life changes somewhere around chapter 7. (I’m still slogging through my second commentary on Daniel for Zondervan. When it does finally see the light of day, you’ll find it in this series.)

My slightly revamped PhD dissertation has been published by DeGruyter (“To Teach” in Ancient Israel), and if you have $100 to spare, an interest in cognitive linguistics, and some knowledge of Biblical Hebrew, it’s worth your investment. If not… πŸ˜‰

2 Responses to My Books

  1. serpentium says:

    I’m reading your last book, I like a lot. Lovely and precise.

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