themelios

an internatioanal journal for students of theological and religious studies

  • VOLUME 44
  • ISSUE 1
  • April 2019
  • VOLUME 44
  • ISSUE 1
  • VOLUME 44
  • ISSUE 1

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Protestants have traditionally understood sanctification as God’s work of gradual spiritual transformation over the entire life of every believer...

The essay first seeks to unpack the anthropological and soteriology teaching of Martin Luther’s diatribe “against scholastic theology,” that is, against Semi-Pelagian or Pelagian moral anthropology in his 97 Theses of September 1517...

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Frequently my computer or “smart” phone autocorrects Themelios to Themeless...

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The essay first seeks to unpack the anthropological and soteriology teaching of Martin Luther’s diatribe “against scholastic theology,” that is, against Semi-Pelagian or Pelagian moral anthropology in his 97 Theses of September 1517...

The claim that some incident or saying in the Gospels is multiply and independently attested is sometimes made in the wrong way by biblical scholars...

Protestants have traditionally understood sanctification as God’s work of gradual spiritual transformation over the entire life of every believer...

Speaking in tongues potentially includes three subcategories: (1) known language; (2) unknown language; and (3) language-like utterance—an utterance consists of language-like sounds but does not belong to any actual human language...

Nuanced cessationism can be defended from a number of angles, but one of the most significant is from the nature of prophecy...

This article first defines the scope of the debate over whether or not Christians today should earnestly desire spiritual gifts, especially prophecy...

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