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World Book Day 2021: Books authored by Lipscomb faculty

Logan Butts  | 


In honor of World Book Day, we have compiled a list of books authored by Lipscomb University professors and faculty members. These works range across the entire academic spectrum, with everything from Christian philosophical texts to business guides featured. If you’re in need of a good book to add to that never-ending to-read list, here are several choices from the Lipscomb community. 

Jesus in Isolation: Lazarus, Viruses and Us - Scott Sager, Vice President for Church Services 
One's Priority in a Time of Crisis - Jan Harris, Associate Professor of English and Writing 
Wisdom-Based Business - Hannah Stolze, Director of Center for Supply Chain Management 
Leaving Independence - Leanne Smith, Associate Professor of Management 
Bohemian Gospel  - Dana Chamblee Carpenter, Associate Professor of English 
Hannah Visits Nana in the Nursing Home - Chelsia Harris, Executive Director and Associate Professor of Nursing 
Wisdom From Others: 9 Life Lessons From My Dad - Donita Brown, Director of Health Care Programs and Instructor in Health Care Management
For Duty and Honor: Tennessee’s Mexican War ExperienceTim Johnson, University Research Professor
Restoration & PhilosophyJ. Caleb Clanton, University Research Professor
InterGenerate: Transforming Churches through Intergenerational Ministry - Holly Allen, Professor of Family Science and Christian Ministry
Going the Distance: The Life and Works of W.P. Kinsella - Willie Steele, Professor of English
Scandalous Witness - Lee Camp, Professor of Theology and Ethics
Myths America Lives By - Richard Hughes, Scholar in Residence
The Basics of Christian Belief: Bible, Theology, and Life’s Big QuestionsJosh Strahan, Associate Professor of Bible
The Original Millennial - Aerial Ellis, Assistant Professpor of Public Relations and Communication 
Teaching Tenacity, Resilience, and a Drive for Excellence - Emily Mofield, Assistant Clinical Professor, and Megan Parker Peters, Associate Professor Director of Teacher Assessment 
Faith and Culture: God’s Word for Warriors - Tom Seals,  Associate Professor of Bible 
Searching for the Pattern: My Journey in Interpreting the BibleJohn Mark Hicks, Professor of Theology and History 
Chinese Nuclear Proliferation - Susan Haynes, Assistant Professor of History, Politics, and Philosophy
Poured Out: The Spirit of God Empowering the Mission of God - Leonard Allen, Dean, College of Bible and Ministry
How Films Tell Stories - Larry Brown, Professor of Bible 
Living God's Love an Invitation to Christian Spirituality  - Earl Lavender, Professor of Bible