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Feb 7, 2016


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A peer-reviewed, weekly, open-access journal, now in its seventeenth year.

Volume 17 Number 6


 Weekly Bible Commentary

Studies.gif (2544 bytes)Written each week by our publisher and editor, Dr. John W. (Jack) Carter, these are original expository commentaries that may be used for individual study or small-group discussion.  You may receive these commentaries in your Email free by clicking on the "Subscribe" button.  Visit the Archives.

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 Theological Research

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


17(06) Readings Related to Best Practice for End-of-Life Spiritual Care in South Australian Catholic Aged Care Facilities.  R. Porter


17(05) Premillennialism within Eschatology  J. Wright


17(04) Life on Earth: Created by God or Chance? A Biblical and Scientific Apologetic.  E. Jothibai


17(03) The Liturgical Spirutality of Dom Virgul Michel.  S. Ventureyra


17(02) The Eucharist in Luke 22:14-21 and the Kolanut Among the Ukwuani People: A Comparative Study  C. Ossai-Ugbah.


16(52) A New Way Salt May Metaphorically Serve as an Example of Natural Revelation in the Bible.  C. Pinkham


16(51) Cessation of Pneumatic Elements in the Contemporary Church.  A. Ukoma


16(50) A Simple Exegesis on the Faith in James' Eye Glasses.  H. Crogman, M. Jackson


16(49) Ellen Gould White Early Challenges: a Lesson for Contemporary Christians.  C. Alu

Book of the Month

Douglas Ellory Pett.  The Healing Tradition of the New Testament.  The Lutterworth Press.  181 Pages.  ISBN: 9780718893873

Over the last twenty years there has been a great surge of interest in the healing ministry, yet this ferment of activity seems not to have been matched by an equally fresh or energetic study of healing in the New Testament, which ostensibly forms the basis, and is still claimed as supplying the inspiration for the revival of this ministry.  This work is the first, serious, critical study of healing in the New Testament as a discrete subject.  It's purpose is to arrive at a clearer understanding of what Scripture actually tells us about healing, not what we imagine it says, but what the sacred authors actually wrote, and more to the point, what they meant by what they wrote.

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