Gosh, I just realized I may have interpreted your question incorrectly.
Unfortunately, if I was honest, I couldn't really point to any specific books that have had an impact on me, but I still feel past preachers haunt my personal theology. I struggle with ideas on tithing that I do not believe to be biblical in the least, I struggle with ideas of material repercussions due to my sins (like, getting a bad grade because I did something naughty), I struggle with ideas propagated by men like Osteen. Really, ideas like these have influenced my current theology greatly because I desire to distance myself from them. Perhaps that is why I take a very specific stance of Revelation, even though I am sure I have made some mistakes because Ted and Bill have pointed them out.
Re UC: Hmmm.... The Resurrection of the Son of God, Heresy by Alister McGrath, The Christian Outlook by Kenneth Scott Latourette, Ancient Greek Divination by Johnston, Jesus Through Middle Eastern Eyes, Waltke's OT Theology (which you actually pointed me toward and then I subsequently bought for a class), The World's Christians by Douglas Jacobsen, History of Biblical Interpretation by Yarchin. At least, these are a few that have had quite an impact on how I understand various histories relating to Christianity and subsequent theologies. Recently I have realized that I am more Orthodox and Catholic in some aspects of my theology than Protestant by reading The World's Christians. I don't know if I answered your question specifically...
True story: When I was growing up in Maryville, we had one Chinese restaurant. It was located next to the dog pound. We also have a group in Blount County who are convinced zoning is part and parcel of a New World Order plot. They are so much fun at meetings.
5'6", brown hair, eyes, and beard. Sing tenor, play drums and guitar. Love dark chocolate, family, and dogs (especially pugs!). Married to loving, 6' blond -- Kelly. U Texas grad. Intend to be a theology professor.