themelios

an internatioanal journal for students of theological and religious studies

  • VOLUME 39
  • ISSUE 1
  • April 2014
  • VOLUME 39
  • ISSUE 1
  • VOLUME 39
  • ISSUE 1

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Columns

Articles

Too often people think of the Reformation in terms of an abstract theological debate...

Abstract: Evangelical Faith and the Challenge of Historical Criticism, edited by Christopher Hays and Christopher Ansberry, argues that evangelical scholars have failed to embrace historical criticism to the extent that they could and should...

Thomas Prince, editor of The Christian History—the first religious periodical in American history—could hardly have invented the Great Awakening, as Frank Lambert argues...

Theology is first and foremost about who God is and then about what he has done...

I would like to consider several elements in reviewing Bray’s work...

What is the task and focus of Christian theology? What are the distinctive contributions of biblical theology and systematic theology? In this issue of Themelios, a distinguished systematic theologian (Gerald Bray) and biblical theologian (Thomas Schreiner) address these and other questions...

One of the perils of being a middle-aged parent in England is that you have to attend school plays...

One of the odd things about the English language is how many words it has...

Book Reviews