Haddington House Journal Vol 18 (2016) now on-line

Haddington House Journal Vol 18 (2016)Thanks to the kind permission of the Editor, the 2016 edition of Haddington House Journal is now available for free download in PDF. Click here to visit the download page and browse the other volumes available.

Table of Contents Volume 18 (2016)

General Articles

John Ross, “Jesus Washing the Disciples’ Feet,” 5-10.
Milton Lipa, “The Life and Impact of Dr. John Hogg as a Missionary in Egypt,” 11-24.

Book Reviews

“Department of Biblical Theology,” 27-36.
“Department of Systematic Theology,” 37-38.
“Department of Historical Theology,” 39-54.
“Department of Applied Theology,” 55-68.
“Book Briefs,” 69-73.

Academic Articles

Manfred W. Kohl, “A Boy Called Jesus,” 77-87.
Brian A. DeVries, “Evangelistic Dialogue: Reflections on a Personal Encounter,” 89-113.
John C. Ellis, “Worship: Then and Now,” 115-135.
D. Douglas Gebbie, “Two or Three Office: A Slash at the Gordian Knot,” 137-149.
Jack C. Whytock, “Theological Institutions and the Church,” 151-172.
“Index of Books Reviewed,” 174-175.

Latest Issue of Caribbean Journal of Evangelical Theology available

Evangelical Association of the Caribbean

BiblicalStudies.org.uk serves as the on-line home for the Caribbean Journal of Evangelical Theology. CJET is the academic journal of Caribbean Evangelical Theological Association, Jamaica Theological Seminary and Caribbean Graduate School of Theology. I am very pleased to announce that Volume 16 (2017) is now available for here for free download in PDF.

Vol. 16 (2017) Table of Contents

Julie-Ann Dowding, “1 Corinthians 6: 9-11 As A Caribbean Response To The Homosexual Agenda,” Caribbean Journal of Evangelical Theology 16 (2016): 1-26.

Zifus James, “The Reception of the Sermon on The Mount in a Caribbean Context: Matthew 5:4,” Caribbean Journal of Evangelical Theology 16 (2016): 29-51.

Teddy Jones, “A Caribbean Theology of the Environment (Part 2),” Caribbean Journal of Evangelical Theology 16 (2016): 52-80.

Paul Hemmings, “The Relevance of Systematic Theology For Ministry in the Caribbean,” Caribbean Journal of Evangelical Theology 16 (2016): 81-98.

Dionne Lindo-Witter, “Book Review: Biblical Exegesis In The Apostolic Period (Richard N Longenecker),” Caribbean Journal of Evangelical Theology 16 (2016): 99-104.

Andre Scarlett, “A Theodicy Concerning Caribbean Slavery: Towards A Theology Of Black Identity (Part 1),” Caribbean Journal of Evangelical Theology 16 (2016): 105-131.

Delano V. Palmer, “Romans 7 Once Again,” Caribbean Journal of Evangelical Theology 16 (2016): 132-164.

Click here to visit the volume 16 download page and explore the contents of the earlier volumes.

Christians in Academia

Below is a series of videos produced by the Forum of Christian Leaders (FOCL) intended to equip Christians entering the world of Academia. They should prove of great interest to anyone considering or who has already begun an academic course in Theology.

Why should a Christian pursue an academic career? Daryl McCarthy. For more information, see here.

Embracing our Calling to the Academy. Daryl McCarthy. For more information, see here.

“Scholarship is a holy calling. Scholarship has played a critical role in the development and expansion of the world Christian movement over the centuries. So it is critical that as Christian educators we do our work with hearts aflame with worship, minds guided by Christ’s lordship, hands ready to serve, all in our effort to glorify God through our teaching and scholarship.”

Christians in Higher Education: Living Worthy of the Calling. Dirk Jongkind. For more information, see here.

“Every profession possesses its own particular dangers and offers its own specific opportunities for service. Those of us who are living and working in the Academy are faced with a specific set of challenges. In this talk, we take a step back and look at the ideals and dreams the Academy offers. What is the University at its best, what is it at its worst, and do we really have to sell our soul to succeed? And what about our role in the body of Christ and in the grand project of world missions?”

Serving Christ in Academia. Daniel Hill. For more information, see here.

“How should our Christian faith influence our academic endeavours? In particular, what should our motivation for doing academic work be, as Christians? How should we do our academic work? How should we choose among the various options available to us in administration, teaching, and research? And what does our faith have to say about the content of our administration, teaching, and research? In this talk, we try to apply the Bible’s teaching to answer these questions.”