Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 55, no. 2

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The latest issue of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society arrived in yesterday’s mail and includes the following:

  • David Chapman and Andreas Köstenberger, “Jewish Intertestamental and Early Rabbinic Literature: An Annotated Bibliographic Resource Updated (Part 1)”
  • Armin Baum, “A Theological Justification for the Canonical Status of Literary Forgeries: Jacob’s Deceit (Genesis 27) and Petr Pokorný’s Sola Gratia Argument”
  • Walter Kaiser Jr., “Is It the Case that Christ is the Same Object of Faith in the Old Testament? (Genesis 15:1–6)”
  • Josh Chatraw, “Balancing Out (W)Right: Jesus’ Theology of Individual and Corporate Repentance and Forgiveness in the Gospel of Luke”
  • Stanley Porter and Bryan Dyer, “Oral Texts?: A Reassessment of the Oral and Rhetorical Nature of Paul’s Letters in Light of Recent Studies”
  • Adam Hensley, “Σιγάω, λαλέω, and ὑποτάσσω in 1 Corinthians 14:34 in Their Literary and Rhetorical Context”
  • Victor Rhee, “The Author of Hebrews as a Leader of the Faith Community”
  • Russell Moore, “The Kingdom of God in the Social Ethics of Carl F. H. Henry: A Twenty-first Century Evangelical Reappraisal”

Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 55, no. 1

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The latest issue of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society arrived in yesterday’s mail and includes the following:

  • Clinton Arnold, “Sceva, Solomon, and Shamanism: The Jewish Roots of the Problem at Colossae”
  • Nicholas Lunn, “Allusions to the Joseph Narrative in the Synoptic Gospels and Acts: Foundations of Biblical Type”
  • Daniel Hays, ” ‘Sell Everything You Have and Give to the Poor’: The Old Testament Prophetic Theme of Justice as the Connecting Motif of Luke 18:1–19:10″
  • Paul Tanner, “James’s Quotation of Amos 9 to Settle the Jerusalem Council Debate in Acts 15”
  • Jonathan Lunde and John Dunne, “Paul’s Creative and Contextual Use of Isaiah in Ephesians 5:14”
  • Emmitt Cornelius, “St. Irenaeus and Robert W. Jenson on Jesus in the Trinity”
  • Michael Bräutigam, “Good Will Hunting: Adolf Schlatter on Organic Volitional Sanctification”

Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 54, no. 4

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The latest issue of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society arrived in yesterday’s mail and includes the following:

  • Al Wolters, “An Early Parallel of αὐθεντεῖν in 1 Tim 2:12”
  • Michael Harbin, “Jubilee and Social Justice”
  • Gary Smith, “Isaiah 40–55: Which Audience Was Addressed?”
  • Don Garlington, ” ‘Salt of the Earth’ in Covenantal Perspective”
  • Gavin Ortlund, “Resurrected as Messiah: The Risen Christ as Prophet, Priest, and King”
  • Eric Johnson, “Rewording the Justification/Sanctification Relation with Some Help from Speech Act Theory”
  • Jason Sexton, “The State of the Evangelical Trinitarian Resurgence”
  • Bruce Davidson, “Glorious Damnation: Hell as an Essential Element in the Theology of Jonathan Edwards”

Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 54.3

The latest issue of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society arrived in yesterday’s mail and includes the following:

  • Josh Chatraw, “Disunity and Diversity: The Biblical Theology of Bart Ehrman”
  • Paul Wegner, “How Many Virgin Births Are in the Bible? (Isaiah 7:14): A Prophetic Pattern Approach”
  • Jason Parry, “Desolation of the Temple and Messianic Enthronement in Daniel 11:36–12:3”
  • Abraham Kuruvilla, “The Naked Runaway and the Enrobed Reporter of Mark 14 and 16: What Is the Author Doing with What He Is Saying?”
  • Mark Brighton, “The Sicarii in Acts: A New Perspective”
  • Veryln Verbrugge, “The Grammatical Internal Evidence for ἜΧΟΜΕΝ in Romans 5:1”
  • Jerry Hwang, “Turning the Tables on Idol Feasts: Paul’s Use of Exodus 32:6 in 1 Corinthians 10:7”
  • Michael Allen and Scott Swain, “In Defense of Proof-Texting”

Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 54.1

The spring issue of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society arrived in the mail late last week and includes the following:

  • Eugene Merrill, “Old Testament Scholarship and the Man in the Street: Whence and Whither?,” 5–17
  • Thomas Schreiner, “The Saving Righteousness of God in Christ,” 19–34
  • Frank Thielman, “God’s Righteousness as God’s Fairness in Romans 1:17: An Ancient Perspective on a Significant Phrase,” 35–48
  • N. T. Wright, “Justification: Yesterday, Today, and Forever,” 49–63
  • John Rhoads, “Josephus Misdated the Census of Quirinius,” 65–87
  • Mark Saucy, “Regnum Spiriti: The Role of the Spirit in the Social Ethics of the Kingdom,” 89–108
  • William Dennison, “The Christian Academy: Antithesis, Common Grace, and Plato’s View of the Soul,” 109–131

The essays from Schreiner, Theilman, and Wright are versions of their plenary addresses at this past November’s annual Evangelical Theological Society meeting. So, those who were interested in hearing these addresses but were unable to attend the meeting may find these three articles particularly interesting.

Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 52.4

The winter issue of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society arrived in the mail today and includes the following:

New Testament

  • Al Wolters, “ΑΥΘΕΝΤΗΣ and Its Cognates in Biblical Greek” 719–29
  • Nicholas Lunn, “Jesus, the Ark, and the Day of Atonement: Intertextual Echoes in John 19:38–20:18” 731–46
  • David Huttar, “Did Paul Call Andronicus an Apostle in Romans 16:7?” 747–78
  • Joseph Hellerman, “ΜΟΡΦΗ ΘΕΟΥ as a Signifier of Social Status in Philippians 2:6” 779–97

Jewish Scripture

  • Leslie McFall, “Do the Sixty-Nine Weeks of Daniel Date the Messianic Mission of Nehemiah or Jesus?” 673–718

Theology

  • Keith Johnson, “Augustine’s ‘Trinitarian’ Reading of John 5: A Model for the Theological Interpretation of Scripture?” 799–810
  • David Barshinger, “‘The Only Rule of Our Faith and Practice’: Jonathan Edwards’s Interpretation of the Book of Isaiah as a Case Study of His Exegetical Boundaries” 811–29

Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 52.3

The fall issue of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society arrived in the mail yesterday and includes the following:

New Testament

  • Kevin W. McFadden, “The Fulfillment of the Law’s Dikaiōma: Another Look at Romans 8:1–4,” pgs. 483–97

Jewish Scriptures

  • Greg Goswell, “The Order of the Books in the Greek Old Testament,” pgs. 449–66
  • Chee-Chiew Lee, “גים in Genesis 35:11 and the Abrahamic Promise of Blessings for the Nations,” pgs. 467–82
  • Andrew S. Malone, “God the Illeist: Third-Person Self-References and Trinitarian Hints in the Old Testament,” pgs. 499–518

Systematic Theology

  • William Hasker, “Why Simple Foreknowledge Is Still Useless (in Spite of David Hunt and Alex Pruss),” pgs. 537–44
  • David P. Hunt, “Contra Hasker: Why Simple Foreknowledge Is Still Useful,” pgs. 545–50
  • Scott C. Warren, “Ability and Desire: Reframing Debates Surrounding Freedom and Responsibility,” pgs. 551–67
  • Mark Sweetnam and Crawford Gribben, “J. N. Darby and the Irish Origins of Dispensationalism,” pgs. 569–77

Other Fields

  • Timothy T. Larsen, “Literacy and Biblical Knowledge: The Victorian Age and Our Own,” pgs. 519–35