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Library Resources

  • Call numbers indicate books located in the Bryan College Library.
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Averbeck »          Beall »          Collins »          Hamilton »          Longman »          Walton »

Dr. Richard Averbeck     Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

Life and Culture in the Ancient Near East. (CDL Press, 2003).  939.4 L626

“The Sumerian Historiographic Tradition and Its Implications for Genesis 1-11.” in Millard, A.R., Hoffmeier, James K., and Baker, David W., eds. Faith, Tradition, and History. (Eisenbrauns, 1994).  221.67 F172f

Dr. Averbeck’s faculty profile from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

Dr. Todd Beall      Capital Bible Seminary

Christians in the Public Square: How Far Should Evangelicals Go in the Creation-Evolution Debate?Associates for Biblical Research. (Aug 30, 2009).

Old Testament Parsing Guide: Genesis to Esther.  (Moody Press, 1986).  492.4 B366o

“Contemporary Hermeneutical Approaches to Genesis 1-11.” in Mortenson, Terry and Ury, Thane H., eds. Coming to Grips with Genesis.  (Master Books, 2008).  222.1106 M842c

"Take Genesis 1 As Written Rather Than Crave Secular Respectability." from Quotable Quotes archive at Creation Ministries International.

Dr. C. John Collins    Covenant Theological Seminary

“Discourse Analysis and the Interpretation of Genesis 2:4-7”. Westminster Theological Journal (61:2,1999).  269-276.

Genesis 1-4: A Linguistic, Literary, and Theological Commentary. (P & R Publishing, 2006). 222.11077 C691g

“Reading Genesis 1:1-2:3 As Act of Communication: Discourse Analysis and Literal Interpretation.” in Pipa, Joseph Jr. and Hall, David ed. Did God Create in Six Days? (Southern Presbyterian Press, 1999).  231.765 P66d

“How Old is the Earth? Anthropomorphic Days in Genesis 1:1-2:3.”  Presbyterion: Covenant Seminary Review  (20: 2, 1994). 109-130.

Dr. Collins’ faculty profile from Covenant Theological Seminary

Dr. Victor P. Hamilton      Asbury University

The Book of Genesis (New International Commentary on the Old Testament) (Eerdmans, 1990; 1995). 222.11 H18b

Exodus: An Exegetical Commentary (Baker Academic, 2011).

Handbook on the Historical Books (Baker Academic, 2002). 222.06 H180h

Handbook on the Pentateuch: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy (Baker Academic, 2005). 222.107 H180h

Served on the translation team for the New King James version (NKJV); Thomas Nelson, 1982 and the New Living Translation (NLT); Tyndale House, 1996 and 2004 (second edition).

Dr. Hamilton's biography

Dr. Tremper Longman III     Westmont College

How to Read Genesis. (InterVarsity Press, 2005).  222.1107 L863h

with Carlson, Richard F. Science, Creation and the Bible: Reconciling Rival Theories of Origins. (IVP Academic, 2010).  231.7 C197s

Dr. Longman’s faculty profile from Westmont College 

Dr. John H. Walton     Wheaton College

Ancient Israelite Literature in Its Cultural Context.  (Regency Reference Library, 1989).  221.6 W176a

The Lost World of Genesis One: Ancient Cosmology and the Origins Debate. (IVP Academic, 2009).  231.7 W173L

“Creation in Genesis 1:1-2:3 and the Ancient Near East: Order out of Disorder after Chaoskampf.” Calvin Theological Journal (43, 2008). 48-63.

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