Fred Sanders commends and comments on 11 books on the doctrine of God.
Vanhoozer commends and comments on five books on the doctrine of God.
Kevin Vanhoozer introduces classical and contemporary literature related to theological epistemology
“Recent research in philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience has demonstrated that emotions are not, as we once thought, irrational, animalistic impulses to be suppressed and ignored. Instead, emotions are rich, cognitive phenomena essential to human health and the moral life. Appropriating such insight in their own work, dozens of biblical scholars and theologians have shown a recent surge of interest in the topic. This bibliography seeks to make the surprisingly large body of resultant literature accessible to a broader audience. It is intended not only to stimulate academic research in biblical studies and theology more generally, but also to aid preachers, teachers, counselors, and translators in their own work and ministry”.
A great bibliography from William W. Klein, Craig L. Blomberg, David L. Mathewson, and Erin M. Heim of the New Testament Department of Denver Seminary
An excellent and lengthy bibliography from M. Daniel Carroll R., Hélène Dallaire, and Richard S. Hess – “For the most part, this list considers English language studies and exegetical commentaries that have appeared within the last quarter of a century”.
I cannot believe that I have never discovered this before – an online bibliography of over 15,000 items on the subject of homosexuality published between 1984 and 2011 and links to other bibliographies in case that is not enough.