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Oct 20, 2019

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

Volume 20
Number 42

     
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Weekly Bible Study

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2 Timothy 2:1-26
Minister with Truth and Peace


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.

10/20/19

20(42)

Tarsus and Jerusalem: the Interplay of Knowledge and Spirituality Reading Acts 17:22-28 as a Theological Response to the Quest for Gospel Ministerial Efficiency.    P. Godwin

10/13/19

20(41)

Apostolic Witness of Jesus Christ in 1 John 1:1-4.    O. Olugbenga

09/29/19

20(39)

The Impact of a Contented Pastor's Wife on Her Husband's Ministry    S. Ajayi

09/15/19

20(37)

At-One-Ment Accomplished and Applied: The Relationship Between the Atonement, the Kingdom of God, and the Eucharist    Lance Rodman

09/08/19

20(36)

Biblical Shepherding and the Praxis of Ecclesial Leadership    R. Ball

09/01/19

20(35)

A Parallel Case of Two Conversion Stories: A Narrative Criticism of Acts 8:5-40.    V. Nguyen


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 Book of the Month, October 2019.

William James. Pragmatism, Meaning of Truth, and The Varieties of Religious Experience. The American Journal of Biblical Theology.  595 Pages.  ISBN: 978-1795366076.

William James, often referred to as the "Father of American Psychology" was a master of philosophy and psychology. This text contains a collection of three of his masterful works that can serve to inform the reader of the depths of the application of philosophy and reasoning as applied to theological issues. One can learn much about the arguments behind pragmatism, the meaning of truth, humanism, relativism and how these inform theological thought across the religious spectrum.

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