Faith and Thought is the continuation of the Journal of the Transactions of the Victoria Institute. It contains a number of historically important articles on the interaction of science and Christianity. Significant contributors to the journal include Profs. Leon Morris, Kenneth Kitchen, F.F. Bruce, David Bebbington and I. Howard Marshall.
The Destination, Date, and Place of Writing of the Epistle
The Readers, Aim, Characteristics, and Analysis of the Epistle
The Covenant-Idea and the Person of the Son
The Son as High Priest
The High-Priestly Work of the Son
The New Covenant
The Relation of the Epistle to Other Systems of Thought
The Present-Day Significance of the Epistle
The increasing interest that is being taken in the Epistle to the Hebrews, and the ever-deepening feeling of its vital relation to some of the most pressing questions of our own time, must be pleaded in justification of the addition of another to the many books that have recently appeared dealing with it. And at the same time the author ventures to express the hope that the present volume will be found to fill a place hitherto unoccupied at least by any English writer on the subject. For while there are Critical Commentaries on the Epistle in abundance, and Expositions, both scholarly and popular, dealing with its teaching as a whole, he is not aware of any other book in English presenting that teaching in systematic form. He is painfully conscious how far short his own attempt comes of what such a study in Biblical Theology ought to be….
Editors: Dave Johnson (D.Miss.) and Rick Wadholm Jr. (Ph.D.)
A joint project between the APTS Press and The World Alliance for Pentecostal Theological Education
Purpose and Philosophy
To reflect on current trends and needs in Pentecostal Theological Education in the Majority World. This could be used as a textbook for training theological educators.
The current plan calls for a two volume work, the first dealing with the graduate level and the second the undergraduate and Bible Institute level. Articles should be approximately 20 pages each in length. A call for proposals for the second volume will be issued at a later date.
English-speaking Majority World educational leaders, theologians and pastors.
Multi-author—Priority to Majority World Pentecostal Scholars and others with long experience in theological education in the Majority World.
Digital—E-book and print-on-demand worldwide
Abstract deadline December 1, 2018; submission deadline: July 1, 2019. Articles are subject to peer review.
Potential authors should submit CVs plus an abstract of approximately 300 words for approval to either Dave Johnson ([email protected]) or Rick Wadholm Jr. ([email protected]).
Potential topics: (any topic related to the overall theme is welcome for consideration)
The role of a theological institution in relationship to churches and communities.
Integration of theological education and ministries of social concern.
Balancing academics and practical ministry foci.
Training non-western missionaries in our theological institutions.
Leadership development models.
Developing Pentecostal theological educators.
The role of the Holy Spirit in theological education.
Resourcing a Majority World seminary.
Integrating Majority World supernatural worldviews into Western-oriented theological curricula.
The role of the theologian in the Majority World today.
An evaluation of Western theological concepts and curricula in the Majority World and a call for change.
A brief overview of the growth and development of Pentecostal theological education in the Majority World (specific contexts).
Building, maintaining and resourcing a research culture at our theological institutions.