Ecclesia Reformanda journal now on-line

I am delighted to be able to announce that complete run of Ecclesia Reformata Journal is now available on biblicalstudies.org.uk. The journal states its objectives on its website as follows:

Ecclesia Reformanda was a journal for pastors, theological students, and scholars, that sought to serve the Church in its ongoing reformation according to God’s Word. The editorial board believed that historic Reformed theology offers the best expression of the theology of Scripture, and so the journal was confessionally Reformed. However, a genuinely Reformed theology is always looking for God to shed new light on his Church from his Word. It is therefore always reforming. 

Ecclesia Reformanda was distinctively Reformed, with a contemporary cutting edge. It presented some of the best in British Reformed thinking and writing to serve the Church, her teachers, and her Lord.

I am delighted to be asked to host this material and make is available to a wider audience.

Click here to visit the Ecclesia Reformata table of contents.

Haddington House Journal volume 14 online

The good folks at Haddington House Journal have kindly sent me the articles from volume 14 (2012). I trust that you find them of interest.

Haddington House Journal (Vol. 14) Table of Contents

General Articles
Jack C. Whytock, “Devotional: Thy Word Is A Lamp,” 5-8.

Jack C. Whytock, “Urban Ministry in Khayelitsha, South Africa,” 9-11.

Ray Silver, “Information Technology in Missions in Theological Colleges in the Majority World,” 13-20.

James P. Hering, “‘Are You Growin’, Man?’ A Second Look at Pauline Growth Imagery,” 21-25.

Ralph C. du Toit, “Discernment As an Essential Leadership Quality,” 27-31.

Andrew Murray, “Heidelberg Catechism Twenty-Fifth Sunday: The Sacraments,” 33-42.

Alistair I. Wilson, “God’s Good News for a Marginalised African Man, Acts 8:26-40,” 43-51.

Academic Articles
J. Cameron Fraser, “Developments In Biblical Counseling,” 127-153.

Ross Morrison, “Deaconesses,” 155-172.

Kenneth J. Stewart, “Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe,” 173-188.

Click here to visit the download page to access the pdfs.

Anvil Journal Digitisation

For the last few months I have been working with the Editorial Committee of Anvil journal. Anvil has now become an on-line journal and the plan is to place as many of the print back-issues on-line on biblicalstudies.org.uk as possible. At present I am contacting contributors for their permissions and, as you can see from the table of contents, the response from authors has been extremely positive. So much so that although I am currently only up to issue 10.1 I am uploading so many articles every day that it would be impossible to blog about each one.

If you are interested in this journal I recommend that you visit the table of contents regularly over the coming month. If you are an author whom I have not yet contacted yet, feel free to get in touch with me first [rob(at)biblicalstudies.org.uk].