24 April, 2014
If you read academic theology journals, you’ve probably heard of Themelios, an electronic theological journal published by The Gospel Coalition. A little more about it in case you haven’t:
Themelios is an international evangelical theological journal that expounds and defends the historic Christian faith. Its primary audience is theological students and pastors, though scholars read it as well. The editorial team draws participants from across the globe as editors, essayists, and reviewers. Readers are free to use it and circulate it in digital form without further permission (any print use requires further written permission), but they must acknowledge the source and, of course, not change the content.
Themelios is published in PDF and HTML formats, as well as in Logos Bible Software format. The latest four issues can be obtained for FREE from Logos.
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Contents of This Issue:
- EDITORIAL: Do the Work of an Evangelist
D. A. Carson
- OFF THE RECORD: The Covert Thrill of Violence? Reading the Bible in Disbelief
Michael J. Ovey
- Editor’s Note
Brian J. Tabb
- A Biblical Theologian Reviews Gerald Bray’s Systematic Theology
Thomas R. SchreinerResponse to Tom Schreiner
- A Systematician Reviews Tom Schreiner’s Biblical Theology
Gerald BrayResponse to Gerald Bray
Thomas R. Schreiner
- Revival Defined and Defended: How the New Lights Tried and Failed to Use America’s First Religious Periodical to Quiet Critics and Quell Radicals
- Should Evangelicals Embrace Historical Criticism? The Hays-Ansberry Proposal
Robert W. Yarbrough
- PASTORAL PENSÉES: The Care of Souls: The Heart of the Reformation
Ray Van Neste
- Book Reviews