The new SJT 65.3 table of contents showed up on my RSS feed and I was happy to see a number of interesting articles. Here’s the breakdown:
- Markus Bockmuehl, “Creatio ex nihilo in Palestinian Judaism and Early Christianity”
- Stephen Pardue, “Kenosis and its Discontents: Towards an Augustinian Account of Divine Humility”
- Anthony Thiselton, “Reception Theory, H. R. Jauss and the Formative Power of Scripture”
- Peter Lee, “Selective Memory: Augustine and Contemporary Just War Discourse”
- Douglas Campbell, “Is Tom Right?: An Extended Review of N. T. Wright’s Justification: God’s Plan and Paul’s Vision”
- Book Reviews
In particular, I was happy to see Dr. Stephen Pardue’s essay. He’s a recent graduate of the program (studied with Daniel Treier) and is now teaching at Asia Graduate School of Theology just outside of Manila in the Philippines. Definitely give his essay a read along with the others as well.