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Online Bookstore: 2019

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.

June 2019

Mitzi J. Budde, D.Min. is head librarian and professor at Virginia Seminary. She is part of the VTS "Your Story Matters" Bible Study and Art Ministry for women imprisoned at the Alexandria Detention Center. She served as project manager and a contributor to Hear My Voice: A Prison Prayer Book, which will be published by Augsburg Fortress in August 2019.

April 2019

The Rev. James Farwell, Ph.D., professor of Theology and Liturgy, recommends the following books as part of the Bishop Payne Library's monthly series highlighting a faculty member's picks:

February 2019

The Very Rev. Ian S. Markham, Ph.D., dean and president of Virginia Theological Seminary, recommends the following books as part of the Bishop Payne Library's monthly series highlighting a faculty member's picks:

July 2019

The Rev. Joseph Thompson, Ph.D., director of multicultural ministries and assistant professor of race and ethnicity studies, recommends the following books as part of the Bishop Payne Library's monthly series highlighting a faculty member's picks:

May 2019

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.

March 2019

The Rev. Mark Jefferson, visiting assistant professor of Homiletics, recommends the following books as part of the Bishop Payne Library's monthly series highlighting a faculty member's "picks":

January 2019

Sharon E. Heaney, Ph.D., visiting professor in Hispanic/Latino Theology and Language, instructor in D.Min. Studies, and director of Academic , recommends the following books as part of the Bishop Payne Library's monthly series highlighting a faculty member's picks: