40/1 — Spring 2022

Guest Editorial

A Theology of Confessional Theology
John McClean

What is Non-Negotiable in any Theology that wishes to be ‘Reformed’? (Part 1)
Bruce L. McCormack

‘New Creation’ in Paul
Sherif A. Fahim

Reading Romans After Christendom
David W. Smith


  • Brian J. Tabb: All Things New: Revelation as Canonical Capstone (Martin Paterson) 74
  • John W. Kleinig: Hebrews (Alistair I. Wilson) 76
  • Joshua W. Jipp: The Messianic Theology of the New Testament (Alistair I. Wilson) 77
  • Darrin W. Snyder Belousek: Marriage, Scripture and the Church: Theological Discernment on the Question of Same-Sex Union (David Mitchell) 79
  • Richard B. Hays: Reading with the Grain of Scripture (J. Brittain Brewer) 81
  • Buist M. Fanning: Revelation (Martin Paterson) 82
  • Michael Allen and R. David Nelson (Eds): A Companion to the Theology of John Webster (Jared Michelson) 84
  • Dorothy A. Lee: The Ministry of Women in the New Testament. Reclaiming the Biblical Vision for Church Leadership (Andrew Rollinson) 86
  • Michael Pasquarello III: The Beauty of Preaching: God’s Glory in Christian Proclamation (Fergus Macdonald) 89
  • Richard Muller: Grace and Freedom: William Perkins and the Early Modern Reformed Understanding of Free Choice and Divine Grace (Revd Dr Roger L. Revell) 90