European Journal of Theology Volume 21 (2012) on-line

European Journal of Theology

The European Journal of Theology publishes bi-annually material in English, French and German. The majority of the articles from 2012 issues are now available on-line for free download.

My thanks to editor Dr Pieter Lalleman and to all the authors for their permissions. To subscribe to this journal  go here.

 

Vol. 21.1 (2012)

Pieter J. Lalleman, “Editorial,” 3.

Peter Walker, “Revisiting the Pastoral Epistles – Part 1,” 4-16.

Jacob Theissen, “Paulinische versus jüdische und hellenistische Anthropologie? Zur Frage nach dem Verständnis von Römer 7,7-25,” 17-34.

Zbigniew Wierzchowski, “Broken and Scattered. Polish Baptists during World War II,” 35-46.

Stephan Schweyer, “‘Sie hielten alle einmütig fest am Gebet’. Zum Stellenwert des gemeinsamen Gebets für den Gemeindeaufbau,” 47-59.

Pierre Berthoud, “Africa welcomes the universal Church. The Lausanne III Congress in Cape Town,” 60-68.

Vol. 21.2 (2012)

Christoph Stenschke, “Editorial The current financial crises of Europe, Paul’s collection for Jerusalem and good stewardship,” 97-99.

Boris Paschke, “Matthäus 5,13-16 als Antizipation des nachösterlichen Missionsbefehls? Narrativ-kritische Überlegungen,” 100-106.

Terry Wardlaw, “A Reappraisal of ‘From Faith to Faith’ (Romans 1:17),” 107-119.

Peter Walker, “Revisiting the Pastoral Epistles – Part II,” 120-132.

Christoph Stenschke, “David Bosch, Paulus und die Mission der Kirche,” 133-147.

Andrew Kloes, “Four calls for religious reforms in the 1780s: Urlsperger, Joseph II of Austria, Immanuel Kant and Friedrich Wilhelm II of Prussia,” 148-155.

Pavel Vojtech Kohut, “The Offer of Catholic Spirituality,” 156-165.

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