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Longman, Tremper III. Confronting Old Testament Controversies: Pressing Questions about Evolution, Sexuality, History, and Violence. Baker Books, 2019.

Paynter, Helen. God of Violence Yesterday, God of Love Today?: Wrestling Honestly with the Old Testament. Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2019.

L. Daniel Hawk. The Violence of the Biblical God: Canonical Narrative and Christian Faith. William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2019

Hofreiter, Christian. Making Sense of Old Testament Genocide: Christian Interpretations of Herem Passages. Oxford University Press, 2018.

Walton, John H., and J. Harvey Walton. “Lost World of the Israelite Conquest.” (2017).
Boyd, Gregory A. The Crucifixion of the Warrior God: Volumes 1 & 2. Fortress Press, 2017.

Boyd, Gregory A. Cross Vision: How the Crucifixion of Jesus Makes Sense of Old Testament Violence. Fortress Press, 2017.

Versluis, Arie. The Command to Exterminate the Canaanites: Deuteronomy 7. Brill, 2017.

Seibert, Eric A. “Recent Research on Divine Violence in the Old Testament (with Special Attention to Christian Theological Perspectives).” Currents in Biblical Research 15.1 (2016): 8-40.

Butler, Joshua Ryan. “The Skeletons in God’s Closet.” (2014).

Joseph, Simon J. The Nonviolent Messiah: Jesus, Q, and the Enochic Tradition.

Augsburg Fortress Publishers, 2014.     Copan, Paul, and Matt Flannagan. Did God really command genocide?: Coming to Terms with the Justice of God. Baker Books, 2014.

Ollenburger, Ben C. Struggles for Shalom: Peace and Violence across the Testaments. Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2014.

Zehnder, Markus, and Hallvard Hagelia. Encountering violence in the Bible. Vol. 55. Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2013.

Thomas, Heath A., Jeremy Evans, and Paul Copan, eds. Holy War in the Bible: Christian Morality and an Old Testament Problem. InterVarsity Press, 2013.

Creach, Jerome FD. Violence in Scripture: Interpretation: Resources for the Use of Scripture in the Church. Westminster John Knox Press, 2013.

Flannagan, Matthew, and Paul Copan. “Does the Bible condone genocide.” In Defense of the Bible (2013).

Morriston, Wesley. “The Problem of Apparently Morally Abhorrent Divine Commands.” The Blackwell Companion to the Problem of Evil (2013): 144-159.

Jones, Clay. “Killing the Canaanites.”.” Christian Research Institute CRI (2013).

Römer, Thomas. Dark God: Cruelty, Sex, and Violence in the Old Testament. New York: Paulist Press, 2013.

Seibert, Eric A. The violence of scripture: Overcoming the Old Testament’s troubling legacy. Fortress Press, 2012.

Sparks, Kenton L. Sacred word, broken word: biblical authority and the dark side of Scripture. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2012.

Renard, John. Fighting words: Religion, violence, and the interpretation of sacred texts. Univ of California Press, 2012.

Lamb, David T. God Behaving Badly: Is the God of the Old Testament Angry, Sexist and Racist?. InterVarsity Press, 2011.

Jenkins, Philip. Laying Down the Sword: Why we can’t ignore the Bible’s violent verses. Harper Collins, 2011.

Anderson, Gary. “What about the Canaanites.” Bergmann, Murray, and Rea (2011) 269382 (2011).

Wolterstorff, Nicholas. “Reading Joshua.” Divine Evil? The Moral Character of the God of Abraham (2011): 236-56.

Stark, Thom. Is God a Moral Compromiser?: A Critical Review of Paul Copan’s “Is God a Moral Monster”, 2011

Copan, Paul. Is God a Moral Monster?: Making Sense of the Old Testament God. Baker Books, 2011.

Jones, Clay. “Killing the Canaanites.”.” Christian Research Institute CRI (2010).

Volf, Miroslav. Exclusion & embrace: A theological exploration of identity, otherness, and reconciliation. Abingdon Press, 2010.

Longman III, Tremper, and Daniel G. Reid. God is a Warrior. Zondervan, 2010.

Bergmann, Michael, Michael J. Murray, and Michael C. Rea. “Divine evil?: the moral character of the God of Abraham.” (2010).

Davies, Eryl W. The Immoral Bible: Approaches to Biblical Ethics. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2010.

Copan, Paul. “Yahweh wars and the Canaanites: Divinely-mandated genocide or corporate capital punishment? Responses to critics.” (2009).

Morriston, Wesley. “Did God Command Genocide? A Challenge to the Biblical Inerrantist.” (2009).

CHRISTI, PHILOSOPHIA. “Did God Command Genocide?.” PHILOSOPHIA CHRISTI 11.1 (2009).

Rauser, Randal. ““Let Nothing That Breathes Remain Alive”: On the Problem of Divinely Commanded Genocide.” (2009).

Seibert, Eric A. Disturbing Divine Behavior: Troubling Old Testament Images of God. Fortress Press, 2009.

Jones, Clay. “We don’t hate sin so we don’t understand what happened to the Canaanites.” Philosophia Christi 11.1 (2009): 53-54.

Wright, Christopher JH. The God I Don’t Understand: Reflections on Tough Questions of Faith. Zondervan, 2008.

Copan, Paul. “Is Yahweh a moral monster?.” Philosophia Christi 10.1 (2008).

Thatcher, Adrian. The savage text: The use and abuse of the Bible. Vol. 16. John Wiley & Sons, 2008.

Hess, Richard S., and Elmer A. Martens, eds. War in the Bible and Terrorism in the Twenty-first Century. Vol. 2. Eisenbrauns, 2008.

Avalos, Hector. “The Letter Killeth: A Plea for Decanonizing Violent Biblical Texts.” Journal of Religion, Conflict, and Peace1.1 (2007): 1.

Young, Jeremy. Violence of God and the War on Terror. Church Publishing, Inc., 2007.

Klawans, Jonathan. “Introduction: Religion, Violence, and the Bible.” Religion and Violence: The Biblical Heritage: 1-15.

Avalos, Hector. Fighting words: The origins of religious violence. Prometheus Books, 2005.

Matthews, Shelly, and E. Leigh Gibson, eds. Violence in the New Testament. Bloomsbury Publishing USA, 2005.

Fretheim, Terence E. “God and Violence in the Old Testament.” Word and World 24.1 (2004): 18-28.

Fretheim, Terence E. ““I was only a little angry” Divine Violence in the Prophets.” Interpretation 58.4 (2004): 365-375.

Collins, John Joseph. Does the Bible justify violence?. Fortress Press, 2004.

Collins, John J. “The zeal of Phinehas: The Bible and the legitimation of violence.” Journal of Biblical Literature 122.1 (2003): 3-21.

Anderson, Paul N. “Genocide or Jesus: A God of Conquest or Pacifism?.” (2003).

Gard, Daniel L., Eugene H. Merrill, and Tremper Longman III. Show them no mercy: 4 views on God and Canaanite genocide. No. 17. Zondervan, 2003.

Steussy, Marti J. “The Problematic God of Samuel.” Shall not the Judge of all the earth do what is right (2000): 127-161.

Whybray, R. N. “‘Shall Not the Judge of All the Earth Do What Is Just?’God’s Oppression of the Innocent in the Old Testament.” Shall Not the Judge of All the Earth Do What Is Right? Studies on the Nature of God in Tribute to James L. Crenshaw (2000): 1-19.

Penchansky, David. What Rough Beast?: Images of God in the Hebrew Bible. Westminster John Knox Press, 1999.

Holloway, Jeph. “The Ethical Dilemma of Holy War.” Southwestern Journal of Theology 41 (1998): 44-69.

Lüdemann, Gerd. The unholy in Holy Scripture: The dark side of the Bible. Westminster John Knox Press, 1997.

Zenger, Erich. A God of vengeance?: Understanding the Psalms of divine wrath. Westminster John Knox Press, 1996.

Whybray, Roger N. “The immorality of God: Reflections on some passages in Genesis, Job, Exodus and Numbers.” Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 21.72 (1996): 89-120.

Van Winkle, Dwight. “Canaanite Genocide and Amalekite Genocide and the God of Love.” (1989).

Miller Jr, Patrick D. “God the Warrior: A Problem in Biblical Interpretation and Apologetics.” Union Seminary Magazine19.1 (1965): 39-46.