“We Have Come to Fullness”: Toward a Pentecostal Catholicity Chris E. W. Green Professor of Theology, Southeastern University (Lakeland, FL)

Catholicity from a Baptist Perspective Derek C. Hatch Endowed Chair of Baptist Studies and Associate Professor of Religion, Georgetown College

Catholicity in Presbyterian Perspective D. Blair Smith Associate Professor of Systematic Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte

“Give Me Thine Hand”: Catholicity in the Wesleyan-Methodist Tradition Matt O’Reilly Lead Pastor, Hope Hull United Methodist Church Director of Research, Wesley Biblical Seminary

Catholicity in the Lutheran Tradition David R. Maxwell Louis A. Fincke and Anna B. Shine Professor of Systematic Theology, Concordia Seminary

Catholicity from an Anglican Perspective Eugene R. Schlesinger Lecturer in the Department of Religious Studies, Santa Clara University

Surely a Catholic Church: The Orthodox Church as the Church John Mark Reynolds President, The Saint Constantine School; Senior Fellow, The King’s College (NYC)

The One Church, the Many Churches: A Catholic Approach to Ecclesial Unity and Diversity—with Special Attention to Abraham Kuyper’s Ecclesiastical Epistemology Eduardo Echeverria Professor of Philosophy and Systematic Theology, Graduate School of Theology, Sacred Heart Major Seminary

An Introduction to Catholicity: An Editorial Preface to this Special Issue By Ryan A. Brandt and Matthew Y. Emerson Ryan Brandt is Associate Professor of Christian History and Theology at Grand Canyon University and Managing Editor of JBTS; Matt Emerson is Professor of Religion, Floyd K. Clark Chair of Leadership, and Dean of the Hobbs College of Theology & Ministry at Oklahoma Baptist University. While it has a long and distinguished hist...

Richard N. Williams and Daniel Robinson. Scientism: The New Orthodoxy. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016. 208 pages. $42.95. As anyone in the academy will admit, the natural sciences have been extraordinarily successful. That success translates over into wonderful (even if sometimes dreadful) technological innovations: the light bulb, GPS, laptops, transportation, iPhones, vaccines, atom bombs, television, the Internet, the plane, telescopes...

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Review of Scientism: The New Orthodoxy by Williams and Robinson
Book Reviews , Featured , Philosophy , Theology / January 22, 2021

Richard N. Williams and Daniel Robinson. Scientism: The New Orthodoxy. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016. 208 pages. $42.95. As anyone in the academy will admit, the natural sciences have been extraordinarily successful. That success translates over into wonderful (even if sometimes dreadful) technological innovations: the light bulb, GPS, laptops, transportation, iPhones, vaccines, atom bombs, television, the Internet, the plane, ...

Review of Biblical Theology of the New Testament by Peter Stuhlmacher

Stuhlmacher, Peter. Biblical Theology of the New Testament. Translated and edited by Daniel P. Bailey. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2018, pp. xxxiv + 935, $95.00, hardcover. The magnum opus of Peter Stuhlmacher, professor emeritus of New Testament studies at the University of Tübingen, has at long last been made available to the English-speaking world through the translation efforts of Daniel Bailey in collaboration with Jostein Ådna. A t...

Review of But What About God’s Wrath? The Compelling Love Story of Divine Anger by Kevin Kinghorn with Stephen Travis
Book Reviews , Philosophy , Theology / January 14, 2021

Kinghorn, Kevin (with Stephen Travis). But What About God’s Wrath? The Compelling Love Story of Divine Anger. Downer’s Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2019, pp. 157, $18.  Kevin Kinghorn (DPhil, Oxford) is Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Asbury Theological Seminary. He has authored The Decision of Faith: Can Christian Beliefs Be Freely Chosen? (T&T Clark, 2005) and A Framework for the Good (Notre Dame, 2016) along with numerous ...

Review of Bearing God’s Name: Why Sinai Still Matters by Carmen Joy Imes
Book Reviews , Old Testament / January 11, 2021

Imes, Carmen Joy. Bearing God’s Name: Why Sinai Still Matters. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press, 2019, xiii+225, $14.95, paperback. Carmen Imes is Associate Professor of Old Testament at Prairie College in Three Hills, Alberta, Canada. She completed her PhD in Biblical Theology (Old Testament concentration) under the direction of Daniel I. Block. Imes has authored Illustrated Exodus in Hebrew (GlossaHouse, 2018), Bearing YHWH’s Name...

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