Candler professors and emeriti faculty published numerous new books in 2022, as always tackling a range of engaging subject matter for seminary students, clergy, academics, and laypeople alike.

New Narratives for Old: The Historical Method of Reading Early Christian Theology: Essays in Honor of Michel Rene Barnes (Catholic University of America Press); Anthony Briggman, associate professor of early Christianity

Race for Revival: How Cold War Korea Shaped the American Evangelical Empire (Oxford University Press); Helen Jin Kim, assistant professor of American religious history

International Handbook of Practical Theology (De Gruyter); Emmanuel Y. Lartey, Charles Howard Candler Professor of Spiritual Theology and Pastoral Care (co-editor)

Postcolonial Practices of Care: A Project of Togetherness during COVID-19 and Racial Violence (Pickwick Publications); Emmanuel Y. Lartey, Charles Howard Candler Professor of Spiritual Theology and Pastoral Care (co-editor)

Theological Anthropology in Mozart’s La clemenza di Tito: Sin, Grace, and Conversion (Routledge); Steffen Lösel, associate professor in the practice of systematic theology

Parenting for a Better World: Social Justice Practices for Your Family and the Planet (Chalice Press); Ellen Ott Marshall, professor of Christian ethics and conflict transformation

Irrevocable: The Name of God and the Unity of the Christian Bible (Fortress Press); Kendall Soulen, professor of systematic theology

The Gospel of Matthew, vols. 1 and 2 (Eerdmans); Walter Wilson, Charles Howard Candler Professor of New Testament

In addition to these titles, D.W. and Ruth Brooks Professor of World Christianity and Director of Candler’s World Christianity program Jehu J. Hanciles co-edited the volume A Guide to Christianity Worldwide (SPCK), which was published at the very end of 2021.

Four emeriti faculty members also had new books come out in 2022:

Professor Emeritus of Church Music Timothy Albrecht published Exploring the Magic of Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier I & II: Short Notes for Performers and Listeners (Amazon).

Robert W. Woodruff Professor Emeritus of New Testament and Christian Origins Luke Timothy Johnson published Out of Season: Sermons in Ordinary Time (Cascade Books), a companion to his 2021 collection of homilies from the liturgical year; and a memoir, The Mind in Another Place: My Life as a Scholar (Eerdmans).

Associate Dean Emerita of Worship and Music and Associate Professor Emerita in the Practice of Liturgy and Music Barbara Day Miller and Professor Emeritus of Church Music Carlton R. “Sam” Young co-edited a leader’s edition of Amen. Alleluia! A resource for praying farewell (GIA Publications).