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Jun 13, 2021

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Volume 22
Number 23


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Weekly Bible Study

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Colossians 1:1-14.
Transformed by Faith

Theological Research

Peer-reviewed research articles that explore many of the doctrines and issues concerning biblical theology.  New papers are published bi-weekly.  You may contact the author by clicking on the author's name.  Visit the Archives. To submit an article, see Submission Instructions.



An Assessment of the Recent Debates on the Authorship of Johnís Gospel   P. Kolawole



Blessed Assurance: Adoption Divine: Understanding Paulís Adoption Imagery as Evidence of Eternal Security   P. Goble



A Biblical Assessment of Luther's View on Priesthood of All Believers and the Office of Ministry   D. Razafiarivony



The Church as Tribe.   N. Amerson



The Biblical and Economic Blessings of Productivity.   D. Shankle, R. Thompson



Theological Education as Matthean Mission: Challenges from the Indian Context   G. Philip



The Person of Jesus Christ: The Essentiality of His Nature within Christianity   J. Shellenberg



Jesus' Teaching on Divorce in Matthew 19:3   J. Oluwashola



Towards a Biblical Response to Self-Defense in Luke 22:36   O. Olagunju

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 June, 2021 Book of the Month.

A God Nearby: Three Medieval Views of Immanence and Transcendence.  Dr. Nathan D. Amerson.   424 Pages.  ISBN: 9798739872753

This work explores the writings of three great medieval theologians, all doctors of the church, and all enormously influential not only within their time but for centuries to come. Anselm of Canterbury, Bernard of Clairvaux, and Thomas Aquinas all held positions of significant sway within their monastic circles and their writings have continued to be points of reference, both for Catholic and Protestant theologians to this day. Simultaneously, a development of the twin themes of Godís attributes of transcendence and immanence is an appropriate starting point not just for theology proper but for theology in general, and these three writers each contributed to an orthodox position which keeps a balanced position of these attributes in mind.  (AJBT). Kindle: $5.70 from Amazon.com  Paperback: $12.79 from Amazon.com. Free Preview.


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