themelios

an internatioanal journal for students of theological and religious studies

  • VOLUME 36
  • ISSUE 2
  • August 2011
  • VOLUME 36
  • ISSUE 2
  • VOLUME 36
  • ISSUE 2

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Articles

Listening to or reading the reflections of others on preaching is, for most preachers, inherently interesting and stimulating (whether positively or negatively)...

For Christians in the United kingdom, the Bible appears to have suffered a reversal of fortune with regards to its standing in public life...

The relatively recent interest among evangelicals in engaging ancient Christian tradition is without question a welcome development...

Scholars continue to discuss and debate the scope of the biblical canon...

Is the Reformation over? At first blush, this question would appear to be a rather peculiar one to ask...

Some years ago I was asked what I thought of those whose teaching undermined the Reformation position on justification by grace through faith...

About five years after the Berlin wall came down and the communist regimes of Central and Eastern Europe had mostly fallen or been transmuted into something rather different, I had the privilege of speaking at a conference for pastors in one of those formerly eastern-bloc countries...

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