Anvil Journal Digitisation

For the last few months I have been working with the Editorial Committee of Anvil journal. Anvil has now become an on-line journal and the plan is to place as many of the print back-issues on-line on biblicalstudies.org.uk as possible. At present I am contacting contributors for their permissions and, as you can see from the table of contents, the response from authors has been extremely positive. So much so that although I am currently only up to issue 10.1 I am uploading so many articles every day that it would be impossible to blog about each one.

If you are interested in this journal I recommend that you visit the table of contents regularly over the coming month. If you are an author whom I have not yet contacted yet, feel free to get in touch with me first [rob(at)biblicalstudies.org.uk].

Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology Volume 19 now on-line

The following articles are now available on-line on PDF:

19.1

“Editorial,” Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology 19.1 (Spring 2001): 1-3.

John M. Hitchen, “Evangelism and Mission – What is the Gospel?” pp.4-30.

Dennis Ngien, “Trinity and Divine Passibility in Martin Luther’s ‘Theologia Crucis’,” pp.31-64.

Mark J. Larson, “A Re-examination of De Spiritu Sancto Saint Basil’s Bold Defence of the Spirit’s Deity,” pp.65-85.

“Book Reviews,” pp.85-128.

19.2

“Editorial,” Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology 19.2 (Autumn 2001): 129-133.

J. Gordon McConville, “Biblical theology: canon and plain sense,” pp.134-157.

Martin Davie, “Dead to sin and alive to God,” Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology 19.2 (Autumn 2001): 158-194.

Donald Macleod, “Scottish Calvinism: A Dark, Repressive Force?” pp.195-225.

“Book Reviews,” pp.226-256.

For the full table of contents click here.