Gomes published numerous articles and papers, as well as at least a dozen books (some of them best-sellers), including:
- The Good Book: Reading the Bible with mind and heart (2002);
- Sermons: Biblical Wisdom for Daily Living (2002);
- The Good Life: Truths that Last in Times of Need (2003);
- Strength for the Journey: Biblical wisdom for Daily Living (2004);
- The Scandalous Gospel of Jesus: What's so good about the Good News? (2007);
- A Word to the Wise, and Other Sermons Preached at Harvard (2008).
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