themelios

an internatioanal journal for students of theological and religious studies

  • VOLUME 38
  • ISSUE 3
  • November 2013
  • VOLUME 38
  • ISSUE 3
  • VOLUME 38
  • ISSUE 3

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I don’t want to give the impression that I’m a prayer-expert...

In 1983 the Christian social critic Os Guinness commented, ‘Christians are always more culturally shortsighted than they realise...

As Jonathan Edwards’s reputation for defending moderate New Light revivalism grew in the 1740s, others increasingly sought him to preside over the ordination of ministers in nearby churches...

The nineteenth-century Scottish Presbyterian theologian William Symington wrote concerning Christ’s intercession, “in a practical and consolatory point of view, its interest is not exceeded even by the Atonement...

Does someone have the right to harm their own soul? Or if you don’t much like the talk of ‘soul’, does someone have the right to do themselves moral harm? For many years the assumption in the UK has been that the individual does have the right to do themselves spiritual harm...

Jesus was a theological educator. He was, of course, much more than that, but certainly no less...

John complains, “I simply cannot resolve this calculus problem...

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