Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 52.3

The fall issue of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society arrived in the mail yesterday and includes the following:

New Testament

  • Kevin W. McFadden, “The Fulfillment of the Law’s Dikaiōma: Another Look at Romans 8:1–4,” pgs. 483–97

Jewish Scriptures

  • Greg Goswell, “The Order of the Books in the Greek Old Testament,” pgs. 449–66
  • Chee-Chiew Lee, “גים in Genesis 35:11 and the Abrahamic Promise of Blessings for the Nations,” pgs. 467–82
  • Andrew S. Malone, “God the Illeist: Third-Person Self-References and Trinitarian Hints in the Old Testament,” pgs. 499–518

Systematic Theology

  • William Hasker, “Why Simple Foreknowledge Is Still Useless (in Spite of David Hunt and Alex Pruss),” pgs. 537–44
  • David P. Hunt, “Contra Hasker: Why Simple Foreknowledge Is Still Useful,” pgs. 545–50
  • Scott C. Warren, “Ability and Desire: Reframing Debates Surrounding Freedom and Responsibility,” pgs. 551–67
  • Mark Sweetnam and Crawford Gribben, “J. N. Darby and the Irish Origins of Dispensationalism,” pgs. 569–77

Other Fields

  • Timothy T. Larsen, “Literacy and Biblical Knowledge: The Victorian Age and Our Own,” pgs. 519–35

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