The Ten Commandments of Progressive Christianity (Cruciform Quick, 2019).
“Don’t let the brevity of this book fool you. Mike Kruger has written a trenchant critique of the intellectual bankruptcy and theological deviancy of progressive Christianity. ” – Kevin DeYoung
Christianity at the Crossroads: How the Second Century Shaped the Future of the Church (SPCK, 2017; IVP Academic, 2018).
“Kruger takes readers into the mysterious second century, where he lucidly explains things like … the rise of certain heresies, and the canonization of the New Testament. ” – Michael F. Bird
A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the New Testament, editor and contributor (Crossway, 2016).
“While introductions to the New Testament abound, this volume is a rare gem.” – Constantine R. Campbell
The Question of Canon: Challenging the Status Quo in the New Testament Debate (Downers Grove: IVP Academic, 2013).
“Kruger takes the serious questions related to the canon head-on and helps the reader to work through these issues in order to gain a greater appreciation for and confidence in the canon as the correct shape of God’s written Word.” – Al Mohler
The Early Text of the New Testament, co-edited with Charles E. Hill (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012)
“[A]n invaluable resource … should be mandatory reading for anyone doing postgraduate study on the Greek NT.” – Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
Canon Revisited: Establishing the Origins and Authority of the New Testament Books (Wheaton, Il: Crossway, 2012).
“Of all the recent books and articles on the canon of Scripture, this is the one I recommend most. This is the definitive work on the subject for our time.” – John M. Frame
The Heresy of Orthodoxy: How Contemporary Culture’s Fascination with Diversity has Reshaped Our Understanding of Early Christianity, co-authored with Andreas Köstenberger (Wheaton, Il: Crossway, 2010).
“The Bauer thesis, taken up in many university circles and popularized by Bart Ehrman … has long needed a thorough examination.” – Darrell L. Bock
Gospel Fragments, co-authored with Thomas Kraus, and Tobias Nicklas (OECGT 2; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009).
These fragments … are invaluable primary witnesses of ancient Christianity and the transmission of early Christian texts. Introductions to the fragments discuss dates, origins, interpretations, and the relationship of the texts to the canonical gospels.
The Gospel of the Savior: An Analysis of P.Oxy. 840 and Its Place in the Gospel Traditions of Early Christianity (TENT 1; Leiden, E.J. Brill, 2005).
“[This book] offers a detailed codicological and papyrological analysis, presents a new edition with translation, discusses the historical problems raised by the text, and addresses the double question of its relation to the canonical Gospels and its place within early Christianity.” – Joseph Verheyden, Review of Biblical Literature