Bookcase

If you are interested to browse my bookcase, then this is what it looks like – the relevant books I’ve actually read anyway (as I suspect you will be less interested the remainder).
  • Armstrong, Karen. (2007) The Bible: The Biography
  • Armstrong, Karen. (2009) The Case For God
  • Behe, Michael J. (1996) Darwin’s Black Box
  • Bell, Rob (2016) How to Be Here
  • Burke, Johnathan (2013) Living on the Edge
  • Collins, Francis (2007) The Language of God
  • Daniels, Kenneth W. (2008) Why I Believed
  • Dawkins, Richard. (2011) The Magic of Reality
  • Dawkins, Richard. (2006) The God Delusion
  • Dawkins, Richard. (2009) The Greatest Show on Earth
  • Dever, William G (2003) Who Were the Early Israelites and Where Did They Come From?
  • Ehrman, Bart D. (2007) Misquoting Jesus
  • Ehrman, Bart D. (2012) Forged
  • Ehrman, Bart D. (2012) Jesus Interrupted
  • Enns, Peter. (2015) The Bible Tells Me So
  • Evans, Rachel Held. (2010) Evolving in Monkey Town
  • Finklestein, Israel and Silberman, Neil Asher. (2002) The Bible Unearthed
  • Friedman, Richard Elliott. (1997) Who Wrote the Bible?
  • Gaston, Thomas E. (2011) Reasons: Evidence for God, Jesus and The Bible
  • Geisler, Norman L and Turek, Frank. (2004) I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist
  • Habermas, Gary R and Licona, Michael R. (2004) The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus
  • Haidt Jonathan. (2013) The Righteous Mind
  • Hayward, Alan. (1985) Creation and Evolution
  • Hyndman, Rob J (2015) Unbelievable
  • Jones, Steve. (2002) Y: The Decent of Men
  • Jones, Steve. (2008) Coral: A Pessimist in Paradise
  • Jones, Steve. (2009) Darwin’s Island
  • McHargue, Mike (Science Mike). (2016) Finding God in the Waves
  • Richards, E. Randolph and O’Brien Brandon J. (2012) Misreading Scripture with Western Eyes
  • Rohl, David M. (1996) A Test of Time
  • Rollins, Peter (2015), The Divine Magician
  • Smith, Christian (2012) The Bible Made Impossible
  • Taleb, Nassim Nicholas. (2004) Fooled by Randomness
  • Taleb, Nassim Nicholas. (2007) The Black Swan

I’ve also read significant portions of the following reference works.
  • The Bible, New English Translation. (2005)
  • Collins, John J. (1993) Danel (From the Hermeneia Commentary Series)
  • Hoffmeier, James K. (2008) The Archaeology of the Bible
  • Lawrence, Paul (2006) The Lion Atlas of Bible History

Finally, there are numerous other online academic and reference works I’ve read, listened to and watched that are not listed here. Of particular significance are the Open Yale Courses on the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament.