Bloomsbury publishing has announced the availability of a paperback version of Psychological Hermeneutics for Biblical Themes and Text, a collection of essays by members of the Psychology and Biblical Studies Section edited by J. Harold Ellens. Created to honor Wayne G. Rollins, this volume offers the most comprehensive history of psychological biblical criticism to date, as well as showcasing a variety of applications of psychological methods to individual texts.
In addition to Ellens, contributors include Paul N. Anderson, Schuyler Brown, Donald Capps, Hal Childs, D. Andrew Kille, Andre LaCocque, Raymond Lawrence, Michael Newheart, Ilona Rashkow, F. Morgan Roberts, Frederick H. Shively, and Ralph Underwood.
The book was the subject of a panel discussion at the 2013 Annual Meeting in Baltimore.
For more information, see the Bloomsbury Press website.