Some forthcoming books in 2012

Below is a list of some books I’m looking forward to in 2012. As you’ll notice, most of them are particular to systematic (and some historical) theology, but hopefully this can still put some good titles on the radar of those outside ST. I’ll list them in terms of their proposed release date. What other forthcoming titles are of interest?

Stephen R. Holmes, The Holy Trinity: Understanding God’s Life (Paternoster, ? 2012)

George Hunsinger (ed.), Thy Word is Truth: Barth on Scripture (Eerdmans, Feb 2012)

Daniel R. Driver, Brevard Childs, Biblical Theologian: For the Church’s One Bible (Baker Academic, Feb 2012)

Randall Zachman, Reconsidering John Calvin Current Issues in Theology (Cambridge UP, Feb 2012)

Lincoln Harvey (ed.), The Theology of Colin Gunton (T&T Clark, Mar 2012) – paperback

Eileen C. Sweeney, Anselm of Canterbury and the Desire for the Word (Catholic UAP, Apr 2012)

Matthew Levering and Michael Dauphinais (eds.), Reading Romans with St Thomas Aquinas  (Catholic UAP, Apr 2012)

Gary Dorrien, Kantian Reason and Hegelian Spirit: The Idealistic Logic of Modern Theology (Wiley-Blackwell, Apr 2012)

Michael P. DeJonge, Bonhoeffer’s Theological Formation: Berlin, Barth, and Protestant Theology (Oxford UP, Apr 2012)

R. Michael Allen, Karl Barth’s Church Dogmatics: An Introduction and Reader (T&T Clark, May 2012)

Thomas McCall, Forsaken: The Trinity, the Cross and Why It Matters (IVP Academic, May 2012)

Nathan MacDonald, et al. (eds.), Genesis and Christian Theology (Eerdmans, May 2012)

Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Ecumenical, Academic, and Pastoral Work, 1931-1932 Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works, vol 11 (Fortress, June 2012)

Blomberg, Gaffin, Spencer, Wall, and Westphal, Biblical Hermeneutics: Five Views (IVP Academic, June 2012)

Richard J. Regan (trans.), On Power: by Thomas Aquinas (Oxford UP, July 2012) – abridgment

Thomas Oden, John Wesley’s Teachings, 2 vols (Zondervan, Aug 2012)

John Webster, God Without Measure: Essays in Christian Doctrine (T&T Clark, Oct 2012)

___, The Domain of the Word: Scripture and Theological Reason (T&T Clark, Oct 2012)

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About Jordan P. Barrett

PhD, Systematic Theology, Wheaton College
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9 Responses to Some forthcoming books in 2012

  1. This is a GREAT list. I think our interests overlap quite a lot!

  2. Kevin Davis says:

    Yes, great list! It pains me that the books on this list I most want are virtually unattainable because of the cost: Gary Dorrien on Kant and the two Webster volumes. I’ll have to wait until the paperbacks.

  3. Darren says:

    Thanks, Jordan — great list. Has anyone seen a list of contributors (or full table of contents) for the Hunsinger volume? It’s not listed on the Eerdmans site yet.

  4. Jordan Barrett says:

    I haven’t seen a ToC so far. I’ve been tracking the book for a while now and was glad to finally see a release date. I’ll re-post if I find a ToC. Let me know if you find the same

  5. Darren says:

    It seems to me that the proof of that one may have been on display at the AAR booth, but I obviously didn’t look at it long enough that it stuck with me. Ah, well … I’m sure it will surface soon enough. I’ll keep my eyes open.

  6. Jordan Barrett says:

    I just realized I should have added one more – Michael P. DeJonge, Bonhoeffer’s Theological Formation: Berlin, Barth, and Protestant Theology (Oxford UP, Apr 2012)

  7. Bobby Grow says:

    Yes, these all look good to me. I actually really look forward to Driver’s book!

  8. Jordan Barrett says:

    For those interested in the table of contents for Hunsinger’s edited volume – this may be some or all of the chapters. http://libweb.ptsem.edu/collections/barth/2006audio.aspx?menu=296&subText=468

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