Melanesian Journal of Theology Table of Contents Vol. 32.2 (2016)
Peer Reviewed Articles
Kenneth Nehrbass, “Melanesian Morality and Biblical Virtues,” 81-102.
Kim Papaioannou, “Motifs of Death and Hell in the Teaching of Jesus: Part 1—An Examination of Hades,” 103-133.
Andrew Murray, “What About the Wantok System?” 134-147.
Sussie Stanley, “Evil and Human Suffering in View of God’s Plan of Redemption in the Great Controversy Context,” 149-176
Brandon Zimmerman, “Andrew Murray, Thinking about Political Things: An Aristotelian Approach to Pacific Life,” 177-192.
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Published by the Melanesian Association of Theological Schools (MATS), the Melanesian Journal of Theology was established to stimulate theological writing in Melanesia and to provide a scholarly forum for faculty and graduate students of the MATS member schools. Article submissions in the areas of applied theology, biblical studies, missiology, and theology are also invited from anyone with an interest in Melanesia and the wider South Pacific.
The Melanesian Journal of Theology is committed to the discussion of Christian faith and practice within the context of Melanesian cultures. Article submissions of up to 8,000 words (including footnotes) should be sent to the Editor. All submissions are subjected to an anonymous peer-review process designed to ensure that published articles meet appropriate scholarly standards.
The opinions expressed in the articles published in this journal are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the Editor or the member colleges of MATS. All articles have been edited to meet the requirements of the journal.
The journal is published semi-annually, normally in April and October.
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