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Current Issue

32/2 — Autumn 2014

Posted: Sun, 16 Nov 2014

EDITORIAL
119-122

Genesis and the Justice of God
GETH ALLISON
123-138

Human Flourishing Through Imagining Communion
MATTHEW Y. EMERSON
139-151

Biblical Judgments and Theological Concepts
JORDAN P. BARRETT
152-169

Dogmatic and Biblical Theology
ANDREW HAY
170-179

Gospel and Doctrine in the Life of the Church
JEREMY R. TREAT
180-194

The Strange New World of Confidence
AARON EDWARDS
195-206

We Preach Christ Crucified
DONALD MACLEOD
207-218

BOOK REVIEWS
219-232

R.W.L. Moberly: Old Testament Theology: Reading the Hebrew Bible as Christian Scripture (T. Desmond Alexander) 219
Timothy J. Wengert: Reading the Bible with Martin Luther: An Introductory Guide (John S. Kennedy) 220
Grant Macaskill: Union with Christ in the New Testament (Alasdair I. Macleod) 222
Sidney Greidanus: Preaching Christ from Daniel: Foundations for Expository Sermons (Mark A. Hassler) 223
Beth Felker Jones: Practicing Christian Doctrine: An Introduction to Thinking and Living Theologically (Benjamin D. Espinoza) 226
Joseph H. Hellerman: Embracing Shared Ministry: Power and Status in the Early Church and Why it Matters Today (Albert L. Shepherd) 227
Miroslav Volf: Captive to the Word of God: Engaging the Scriptures for Contemporary Theological Reflection (Jordan Barrett) 229
Samuel T. Logan (Ed): Reformed Means Missional: Following Jesus into the World (John C. A. Ferguson) 230

 
 
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