Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 56, no. 2

The Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 56, no. 2 includes the following:

  • Jason DeRouchie, “The Blessing-Commission, the Promised Offspring, and the Toledot Structure of Genesis”
  • Jeffrey Niehaus, “God’s Covenant with Abraham”
  • Douglas Petrovich, “Identifying Nimrod of Genesis 10 with Sargon of Akkad by Exegetical and Archaeological Means”
  • Todd Scacewater, “Galatians 2:11–21 and the Interpretive Context of ‘Works of the Law'”
  • Andrew Wilson, “Apostle Apollos?”
  • Keith Campbell, “The American Evangelical Academy and the World: A Challenge to Practice More Globally”
  • Gerald McDermott, “The Emerging Divide in Evangelical Theology”
  • Daniel Strange, “For Their Rock Is Not as Our Rock: The Gospel as the ‘Subversive Fulfillment’ of the Religious Other”

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