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Aug 18 2019

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A refereed, weekly, open-access journal, now in its twentieth year.

Volume 20
Number 3
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Weekly Bible Study

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Acts 28:1-31
Power Without Hindrance


Theological Research

Peer-reviewed research articles that explore many of the doctrines and issues concerning biblical theology.  New papers are published weekly.  You may contact the author by clicking on the author's name.  Visit the Archives.

07/28/19

20(32)

What is so "Holy" about the "Holy Kiss"?    P. Ibrahim

07/28/19

20(30)

Prophecy in Pauline Community: an Understanding of 1 Corinthians 14:29-33.    J. Adelodun

07/14/19

20(28)

The Influence of Puritanism on Constitutional Rights in Early America  A. Kokobili

07/07/19

20(27)

Creation, Sin, Rebirth, and Perfection: A Reinterpretation of the Bible Account.  J. Burleson

06/30/19

20(26)

Biblical Mistranslations of 'Euphrates' and the Impact on the Borders of Israel.  P. Ramsundar

06/16/19

20(24)

Labor-Related Laws in the Covenant Code and their Implications for Sustainable Economic Development.   O. Oladejo


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 Book of the Month, August 2019.

James W. Skeen. Thinking About God: The Blessedness of Faithful Contemplation. The American Journal of Biblical Theology.  271 Pages.  ISBN: 978-1071126752.

This book seeks to show the reader that "new life" is new in quality and capacity not just new in time and that a sixth need, blessedness, should be added to William Glasser's Choice Theory so that a more complete view of human functioning can be understood. The author also seeks to demonstrate the mean or 'middle way' view of virtue or moral excellence and the innate human needs and how important it is to the Christian life and the growth of Christ-likeness in us.

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