Kevin Brown (Diglot) and Carl Sweatman have posted some pics of their bookshelves, and I never pass up a chance to snap some pictures of mine, so here’s what I’m working with these days. Keep in mind that most of my shelves are confined to tight quarters so most of these pics are on angels and not straightforward. I just couldn’t get everything in frame with a straight shot for most of them. Here we go:
The bookcase above has most of my commentaries, books on biblical interpretation, the inerrancy/infallibility of Scripture, the canon of Scripture, OT & NT/Gospels introductions.
This one houses my volumes on OT, NT, Systematic, and Biblical theology. Unfortunately, because of the angle, there’s a couple of books you can’t see.
This one has some Pauline stuff, some stuff on Rabbinic Judaism, Heresy, Apologetics, Charismatic/Pentecostal stuff, Calvin(ism), a couple of Church History volumes I couldn’t shelve elsewhere, a Qur’an, some random textbooks, a couple of Bibles, and Charles Taze Russell’s six-volume Studies in the Scriptures.
This one has a bunch of Bibles on top and books on Christology below.
This one has books on the Trinity, fourth-century Church History surrounding the Trinity, some Patristic texts, and a few books on Theosis.
This one has some Bibles, Historical Jesus books, and NT Studies books.
This is actually a media (CD/DVD) case that I use to house my Hebrew, Greek, and Latin texts along with miscellaneous books on a variety of subjects.
This one has some Patristic stuff, various Dictionaries and Reference Works, Lexicons, Grammars, books on Eschatology, and Josephus.
And that’s most everything that’s shelved. I have some stuff on my desk (pictured here) and a couple of hundred books boxed up, plus a little media shelf (not pictured) housing my XBox 360 games and my study Bibles. How about you? Join in the fun and post some pics of your own!