Friday, 5 June 2015

Journal of Theological Interpretation 9, 1 (2015)

Journal of Theological Interpretation is one of the journals I pay hard cash for hard copy, as opposed to raiding online. The current issue, which has just landed on the door mat, contains the following essays:

Stephen I. Wright
Theological Interpretation and the Christian Year: Time, Narrative, and Performance

Jason A. Fout
What Do I Fear When I Fear My God? A Theological Reexamination of a Biblical Theme

R.W.L. Moberly
Bible and Church, Bultmann and Augustine: A Response to David Congdon

Nicholas P. Lunn
Prophetic Representations of the Divine Presence: The Theological Interpretation of the Elijah-Elisha Cycles

Joshua E. Leim
Worshiping the Father, Worshiping the Son: Cultic Language and the Identity of God in the Gospel of Matthew

William Glass
The Treasures of Wisdom and Knowledge: The Role of Esthetics in Ancient and Modern Interpretations of Paul

Rebekah Eklund
“To Us, the Word”: The Double-λόγος of Hebrews 4:12–13

Wil Rogan
Toward a Christian New Testament Theology: A Response to Thomas Hatina

Darian R. Lockett
Not Whether, but What Kind of Canonical Approach: A Review Essay

Peter H. Davids
What Reading Is Truly Canonical? A Brief Response

Robert W. Wall and David R. Nienhuis
On Reading Canonical Collections: A Response

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