Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 58, no. 1

Journal of the Evangelical Theological SocietyThe Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 58, no. 1 includes:

  • Thomas Schreiner, “Some Reflections on Sola Fidei
  • Gregory Goswell, “Having the Last Say: The End of the OT”
  • Terrance Wardlaw, “Shaddai, Providence, and the Narrative Structure of Ruth”
  • Brian Tabb, “Salvation, Spreading, and Suffering: God’s Unfolding Plan in Luke-Acts”
  • Ben Witherington III, “‘Almost Thou Persuadest Me . . .’: The Importance of Greco-Roman Rhetoric for the Understanding of the Text and Context of the NT”
  • Russell Moore, “Man, Woman, and the Mystery of Christ: An Evangelical Protestant Perspective”
  • Denny Burk, “Is Homosexual Orientation Sinful?”
  • Ross Blackburn, “Sex and Fullness: A Rejoinder to Dennis Hollinger on Contraception”
  • Glenn Butner Jr., “Eternal Functional Subordination and the Problem of the Divine Will”

Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 56, no. 3

The latest issue of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society includes:

  • Gregory Goswell, “Two Testaments in Parallel: The Influence of the Old Testament on the Structuring of the New Testament Canon”
  • Michael A. Grisanti, “Recent Archaeological Discoveries that Lend Credence to the Historicity of the Scriptures”
  • Vern S. Poythress, “Presuppositions and Harmonization: Luke 23:47 as a Test Case”
  • Martin Pickup, “‘On The Third Day’: The Time Frame of Jesus’ Death and Resurrection”
  • Andrew B. Spurgeon, “1 Timothy 2:13–15: Paul’s Retelling of Genesis 2:4–4:1”
  • Eliezer Gonzalez, “Healing in the Pauline Epistles: Why the Silence?”
  • Stanley E. Porter, “Not Only That (οὐ μόνον), But It Has Been Said Before: A Response to Verlyn Verbrugge, or Why Reading Previous Scholarship Can Avoid Scholarly Misunderstandings”
  • Verlyn D. Verbrugge, “Response to Stanley E. Porter”

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”