Reading

Warning: Beware the used or library textbook with highlighting. Do the human race a favor and don't highlight your books. As for selling back your textbooks: "Buy truth, and do not sell it" (Proverbs 23:23).

Required Reading:

Larry Witham, The Measure of God: Our Century-Long Struggle to Reconcile Science & Religion, Harper 2006. 368pp.

John C. Polkinghorne, Science & Theology: An Introduction, Fortress 1998. 170pp.

Kilian McDonnell, The Other Hand of God: The Holy Spirit as Universal Touch and Goal, Liturgical Press 2003. 270pp.

John C. Polkinghorne, Science and Providence: God's Interaction with the World, Templeton 2005. 140pp.

Michael Welker, ed., The Work of the Spirit: Pneumatology and Pentecostalism, Eerdmans 2006. 230pp.

LeRon Shults, Reforming the Doctrine of God, Eerdmans 2005. 297pp.

Texts for in-course honors research projects (do not purchase these without consulting me first):

Mark Corner, Signs Of God: Miracles And Their Interpretation, Ashgate.

William K. Kay and Anne E. Dyer, eds., Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies: A Reader, SCM. 293pp.

Jurgen Moltmann, The Source of Life: The Holy Spirit and the Theology of Life, Fortress. 140pp.

Nancey Murphy and Earle Ellis, On the Moral Nature of the Universe, Fortress. 260pp.

Wolfhart Pannenberg, Toward a Theology of Nature, WJK. 180pp.

Samuel M. Powell, Participating in God, Fortress. 200pp.

Eugene F. Rogers, After The Spirit: A Constructive Pneumatology From Resources Outside The Modern West, Eerdmans.

Amos Yong, The Spirit Poured Out on All Flesh: Pentecostalism and the Possibility of Global Theology, Baker. 304pp.

For students improving their writing skills, my upper-division classes feature conditionally required reading.

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