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Online Bookstore: 2018

Welcome to Virginia Theological Seminary's online bookstore. Assigned texts for VTS courses are listed on this guide. To locate the textbooks for a class, click on the tab for the correct academic term. Mouse-over a tab to see the classes for a term.

November 2018

The Rev. Ross Kane, Ph.D., Director of Doctoral Programs and Assistant Professor of Theology, Ethics, and , recommends the following books as part of the Bishop Payne Library's monthly series highlighting a faculty member's "picks":

June 2018

Amelia J. Dyer, Ph.D., James Maxwell Professor of Christian Education and Pastoral Theology and director of the Ministry Resident Program, recommends the following books as part of the Bishop Payne Library's monthly series highlighting a faculty member's "picks":

March 2018

The Rev. Robert S. Heaney, Ph.D., D.Phil., director of the Center for Anglican Communion Studies and associate professor of Christian Mission, recommends the following books as part of the Bishop Payne Library’s monthly series highlighting a faculty member’s “picks”:

October 2018

The Rev. Ruthanna B. Hooke, associate dean of Chapel and associate professor of Homiletics, recommends the following books as part of the Bishop Payne Library's monthly series highlighting a faculty member's "picks":

July 2018

The Rev. David T. Gortner, Ph.D., associate dean of Church and Community Engagement and professor of Evangelism and Congregational Leadership, recommends the following books as part of the Bishop Payne Library's monthly series highlighting a faculty member's "picks":

April 2018

The Rev. A. Katherine Grieb, Ph.D., Meade Professor of Biblical Interpretation and New Testament, recommends the following books as part of the Bishop Payne Library's monthly series highlighting a faculty member's "picks":

February 2018

Kathryn Glover, M.P.A., Vice President for Administration and Institutional Effectiveness, recommends the following books as part of the Bishop Payne Library’s monthly series highlighting a faculty member’s “picks”:

January 2018

The Reverend David Timothy Gortner, Ph.D., the Associate Dean of Church and Community Engagement and Professor of Evangelism and Congregational Leadership, recommends the following books as part of the Bishop Payne Library’s monthly series highlighting a faculty member’s “picks”: