Mark Vroegop's Weep with Me argues that Biblical lament provides a language for racial reconciliation to Christians from minority and majority cultures.
V. Philips Long's 1 and 2 Samuel in the TOTC series combines close reading with archeological insight to deliver a great, compact commentary.
Nicaea and Its Legacy is a valuable contribution to our understanding of the debates in the 4th century. However, its constructive proposal follows some of the most unhelpful trends in contemporary theology.
Dane Ortlund's Gentle and Lowly fails to demonstrate what it is explicitly seeking to but beautifully succeeds in doing something else.
Chester argues that the Sacraments are tangible gifts from God. Though his scriptural warrant is sometimes lacking, this is a needed reminder.