We will be adding published resources as they become available to this page, so please keep checking back regularly. Here is what is available so far:
(1) [E-Book, and Paperback] Jeff Morrow, Jesus’ Resurrection: A Jewish Convert Examines the Evidence. Toledo, OH: Principium Institute, 2017. An E-Book available from Kindle on Amazon.com that looks at the historical evidence for Jesus’ resurrection.
(2) [E-Article] Jeff Morrow, “Scott Hahn and Benedict XVI on Scripture and Liturgy.” An E-Article available from Kindle on Amazon.com that looks at the role of the liturgy in biblical interpretation, especially in the thought of Scott Hahn and Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI.
(3) [E-Booklet and Paperback] Jeffrey L. Morrow, Catholic Apologetics Resources. Toledo, OH: Principium Institute, 2017. The E-Booklet includes more than 100 electronic pages filled with resources, as well as more than 150 links to free online access to many of these resources, that are essential reading for anyone interested in Catholic apologetics. The paperback version is 219 pages long.
(4) [E-Booklet and Paperback] Jeffrey L. Morrow, Speaking with God: A Short Primer on Mental Prayer. Toledo, OH: Principium Institute, 2017. 65 page booklet introducing the topic of mental prayer. Answers questions like: What is prayer? How do I pray? How can I fit prayer into my daily routine?
(5) [E-Book] Jeff Morrow, Egypt and the Old Testament: Notes on the Historical Reliability of the Old Testament. An E-Book available from Kindle on Amazon.com that looks at the ancient Egyptian evidence for the historical reliability of the Old Testament.
(6) [E-Book, Paperback, and Hardcover] Jeffrey L. Morrow, Three Skeptics and the Bible: La Peyrère, Hobbes, Spinoza, and the Reception of Modern Biblical Criticism. Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2016. Looks at the history especially of seventeenth century figures in the modern skeptical study of the Bible. A free excerpt is available here: Morrow Three Skeptics excerpt. This excerpt is here “Used with Permission of Wipf and Stock Publishers.” The official Wipf and Stock page is here.
(7) [E-Book] Jeff Morrow, From Passover to Eucharist: Reflections for Holy Week & Throughout the Year. An E-Book available from Kindle on Amazon.com that looks at the Jewish roots of the Eucharist and the Triduum liturgies. Great reading especially for Holy Week, but anytime throughout the year. Could be a resource for an RCIA program, for notes for a series of lectures, or else for spiritual reading.
(8) [E-Book, Paperback, and Hardcover] Jeffrey L. Morrow, Seeking the Lord of Middle Earth: Theological Essays on J.R.R. Tolkien. Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2017. A collection of theological essays on the life, thought, and work of J.R.R. Tolkien.