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A New Synoptic Gospel? – by Sarah E. Rollens

A New Synoptic Gospel? – by Sarah E. Rollens

Sarah Rollens September 24, 2016 0

Sarah E. Rollens on James Barker’s John’s Use of Matthew For someone outside the field, New Testament scholarship can occasionally appear to be preoccupied with myopic topics that seem inconsequential to other scholars of

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Renewing the Heart of Systematic Theology – By Brad East

Renewing the Heart of Systematic Theology – By Brad East

Brad East August 1, 2016 1

Brad East on Katherine Sonderegger’s Systematic Theology, vol. 1 Academics love stories of decline, especially about themselves. But academic theologians may love them most of all (owing, perhaps, to the lapsarian character of their

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The Theological Questions of Ecological Economics – By Kevin O’Brien

The Theological Questions of Ecological Economics – By Kevin O’Brien

Kevin O'Brien October 27, 2015 0

Kevin O’Brien on Alistair Young’s Environment, Economy, and Christian Ethics When we argue about climate change, what are we really arguing about? A few years ago, the discussion usually focused on whether the climate

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Christian Sex, Christian Ethics – By Marvin M. Ellison

Christian Sex, Christian Ethics – By Marvin M. Ellison

Marvin M. Ellison October 27, 2015 0

Marvin M. Ellison on Jung and Stephens’s Professional Sexual Ethics When it comes to sex and sexuality, Christians are often at their worst: fearful yet fixated, discomforted by difference, reactive and punitive, rigid and judgmental,

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Questioning Categories and Shifting Paradigms in the Study of Second Temple Judaism and Christian Origins – By Simon J. Joseph

Questioning Categories and Shifting Paradigms in the Study of Second Temple Judaism and Christian Origins – By Simon J. Joseph

Simon J. Joseph March 17, 2015 1

Simon J. Joseph on George W. E. Nickelsburg and James C. VanderKam’s 1 Enoch 2 There is power in naming things. Too often, however, the practice of defining terms is linked to the politics

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Politics and Paul: Reviewing N.T. Wright’s Political Apostle – By Michael Thate

Politics and Paul: Reviewing N.T. Wright’s Political Apostle – By Michael Thate

Michael Thate January 6, 2015 0

Michael Thate on N.T. Wright’s Paul and the Faithfulness of God “There is […] an elusively expansive cultural revolution curled up, as if still sleeping, within narrations of Christian origins.” (Ward Blanton) “Authentic Christianity is

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N.T. Wright and the Lutheran-ness of Paul – By Douglas A. Campbell

N.T. Wright and the Lutheran-ness of Paul – By Douglas A. Campbell

Douglas A. Campbell January 6, 2015 2

Douglas A. Campbell on N.T. Wright’s Paul and the Faithfulness of God N.T. Wright’s Paul and the Faithfulness of God is the climactic study in a massive and controversial project, nothing less than provision of

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