Contemplating God argues that Evangelicals need to retrieve the classic doctrine of God. It has good things to say but many problems.
Jacob's Story unpacks Genesis's account of Jacob within the book and the broader Scriptures to unearth what is necessary to preach the story.
Rejoice and Tremble offers a helpful but ultimately one-sided exposition of the important Biblical concept of "the fear of Yahweh."
The Temple and the Mission of God contains many valuable exegetical insights but its overarching argument fails to land for several reasons.
The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self is a excellent analysis of contemporary culture. I commend it to parents, Bible students, and pastors.