Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 55, no. 4

Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
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The latest issue of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society arrived in today’s mail and includes the following:

  • Matthew Akers, “What’s in a Name?: An Examination of the Usage of the Term ‘Hebrew’ in the Old Testament”
  • G. K. Beale, “The Use of Hosea 11:1 in Matthew 2:15: One More Time”
  • Joseph Greene, “The Spirit in the Temple: Bridging the Gap between Old Testament Absence and New Testament Assumption”
  • Moyer Hubbard, “Kept Safe through Childbearing: Maternal Mortality, Justification by Faith, and the Social Setting of 1 Timothy 2:15”
  • Peter Davids, “What Glasses Are You Wearing?: Reading Hebrew Narratives through Second Temple Lenses”
  • Bryan Litfin, “Eusebius on Constantine: Truth and Hagiography at the Milvian Bridge”
  • Steven Cowan, “Does 1 Corinthians 10:13 Imply Libertarian Freedom?: A Reply to Paul A. Himes”
  • Paul Himes, “First Corinthians 10:13: A Rejoinder to Steven Cowan”
  • Luke Van Horn, “On Incorporating Middle Knowledge into Calvinism: A Theological/Metaphysical Muddle?”
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