themelios

an internatioanal journal for students of theological and religious studies

  • VOLUME 33
  • ISSUE 2
  • September 2008
  • VOLUME 33
  • ISSUE 2
  • VOLUME 33
  • ISSUE 2

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Though his primary concern was how to persuade people from diverse backgrounds to embrace the gospel of Jesus Christ (1 Cor 9:12, 23), Paul, nonetheless, embodies a principle common to all who would provide leadership to a community comprised of a multiplicitous collection of rigid truth claims and behaviors...

Whatever 'globalisation' may be, it has been accompanied by insistent and sometimes violent affirmations of ethnic identity...

Despite a small flurry of attention over the past decade, Adolf Schlatter (1852–1938), Tübingen professor of New Testament and author of more than 440 written works, remains one of the most neglected yet illuminating theological voices of the past one hundred years...

Commentators have customarily interpreted Phil 2:12 as a reference to "working out" one's personal salvation...

A fundamental requirement in an inclusivist understanding of the relationship between Christianity and other religions is evidence of God's salvific activity outside of any knowledge of Christ...

n the lounge next to my office hang the portraits of a number of the founding faculty of my institution, Westminster Theological Seminary in Pennsylvania...

In many parts of the evangelical world, one hears a new debate—or, more precisely, new chapters in an old debate—regarding the precise place that "deeds of mercy" ought to have in Christian witness.

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