The entire sixth series of the journal The Expositor (1900-1905) is now available in PDF here. These 440+ articles bring the total hosted on Theology on the Web to over 23,000. As with the earlier series’, there are some hard to find articles by Sir William Ramsay, James Orr and James Denney. A friend recently gave me the two volumes of the Expositor’s Greek New Testament, so I have also uploaded James Denney’s Commentary on Romans, which I think is the best contribution to these volumes. You can download the PDF here.
The 2014 edition of Haddington House Journal (Vol. 16) is now available on-line for free download by kind permission of the Editor. As you will see from the Table of Contents below, there are a number interesting articles. In particularly I would like to draw attention to those dealing with missionary history in Africa.
Haddington House Journal – Vol 16
Frank Z. Kovács, “Sermon: Christ Calls Us to Commitment,” pp.5-11.
Jack C. Whytock, “The Holy Spirit in the Old and New Testaments,” pp.13-19.
Jack C. Whytock, “Rev. Carl Hugo Gutsche: German Baptist Missionary to South Africa,” pp.21-30.
Jack C. Whytock, “A Forgotten Anniversary (1813-2013): The Presbyterian Motherkirk in S.A.,” Haddington House Journal 16 (2014): 31-38.
D. Douglas Gebbie, “The Scottish Reformation and Modern Missions,” pp.39-46.
C. Peter Hallihan, “Henry Martyn: ‘Scholar Missionary’, Bible Translator, Living Epistlem,” pp.47-58.
“Book Reviews and Book Briefs,” pp.61-118.
John S. Ross, “David Livingstone 1813-1873: A Flawed Hero?” pp.121-128.
Todd Statham, “The History of Christianity in Africa: A Survey of Surveys,” pp.129-140.
Kenneth J. Stewart, “Should Evangelical Churches Re-baptize Roman Catholics? An Irenic Proposal,” pp.141-146.
J. Cameron Fraser, “A British Christian in Public Office: Lord Mackay of Clashfern,” pp. 147-162.
In line with my ongoing commitment to make available theological resources from around the world, I am very pleased to announce that what is probably the only bilingual khmer-English Theological Journal – Honeycomb – is now available on-line for free download.
Originally published in Cambodia this journal is a unique resource which I trust will be widely used both in that country and around the globe. Each article is available in single pdf files which include both the English and Khmer version. The order in which they appear indicates the language in which it was originally written in. It is also possible to download complete issues as one file.
My thanks to my friend from P.K.A. Ming-Au for introducing me to Honeycomb journal and for the loan of his personal copies, and to Dr Russell H. Bowers, Jr., the editor, for his kind permission to reproduce and host it on biblicalstudies.org.uk.