Book List Fall Semester 2011 – Non-Fiction

I didn’t keep good records this semester, so this list is retrospectively constructed from memory. I noticed that full book reading dropped off this semester as individual chapters or journal articles gained prominence. Also, language work (especially Latin) cut down the amount of English reading. Yet , papers still offered chances to do some heavy plowing.

Titles marked with asterisks I especially enjoyed.

*Aquinas on God by Rudi te Velde

Aquinas on the Divine Ideas as Exemplar Causes by Gregory Doolan

At the Origins of Modern Atheism by Michael Buckley

Augustine & the Pelagian Controversy by B. B. Warfield

Augustine Through the Ages, ed. Allan Fitzgerald

Catholic Social Thought: The Documentary Heritage

Christ and Culture by Reinhold Niebuhr

Christ and Culture Revisited by D. A. Carson

*Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church by the Pontifical Council for Peace and Justice

Contra Academicos by Augustine

Enchiridion by Augustine

Foundations of Christian Faith by Karl Rahner

French 1 (Cliffs Quick Review)

Grammatical and Exegetical Study of New Testament Verbs of Transference by Paul Danove

Maximus the Confessor by Andrew Louth

Models of Revelation by Avery Dulles

Portraits of Paul by Bruce Malina and Jerome Neyrey

*Postmodernism: A Beginner’s Guide by Kevin Hart

Resident Aliens by Stanley Hauerwas and William Willimon

Rethinking Christ and Culture by Craig Carter

Surprised by Hope by N. T. Wright

The Mission of God’s People by Christopher Wright

The Moral Vision of the New Testament by Richard Hays

*The Nature of Doctrine by George Lindbeck

The Politics of Jesus by John Howard Yoder

*The Prologue of the Fourth Gospel by Peter Phillips

*The Spirit and Forms of Protestantism by Louis Bouyer

The Theology of the Primacy of Christ According to St. Thomas by Thomas Potvin

*The Trinitarian Theology of St. Thomas Aquinas by Gilles Emery

The Trinity by Gilles Emery

Thomas Aquinas on the Divine Ideas by John Wippel

Thomas Aquinas: Theologian by Thomas O’Meara

*To Change the World by James Hunter

Transforming postliberal theology : George Lindbeck, pragmatism and scripture by C.C. Pecknold

Verbum: Word and Idea in Aquinas by Bernard Lonergan

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