Category Archives: Historical Theology

Free Luncheon for Women Scholars

The Logia Initiative and the Los Angeles Theology Conference are hosting a free luncheon for women scholars at Fuller Theological Seminary on January 19th, 12:30 to 2:00. Registration is required. Click here for more details.

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Review: The Earliest Christologies, by James Papandrea

James L. Papandrea, The Earliest Christologies: Five Images of Christ in the Postapostolic Age (Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2016. 144 pp. $18.00 (paperback) Kevin W. Wong, Wheaton College Introduction             A student attending seminary or Bible college, with their … Continue reading

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Review: Forsaken, by Thomas McCall

Thomas H. McCall, Forsaken: The Trinity and the Cross, and Why It Matters (Downers Grove, IL: IVP Academic, 2012. 171 pp. $20.00 (paperback) Kevin W. Wong   Introduction Many a theologian lament that the common Evangelical church-goer is biblically and … Continue reading

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CFP: The Meaning of Love Fifth Annual CCT Conference

Biola University’s Center for Christian Thought is calling for papers for their fifth annual conference with this year’s topic on the Meaning of Love on May 6-7, 2016. Deadline for subission: March 15, 2016 Details here.

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CFA: Advanced Theological Studies Fellowship

The Advanced Theological Studies Fellowship (ATSF) is an international research program of Kampen Theological University in the Netherlands and is calling for participants in a month-long research residency. During that time, participants are to use the University’s library and work on … Continue reading

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Call for Articles: Jonathan Edwards Encyclopedia

The Jonathan Edwards Center at Yale University has partnered with the William Eerdmans Publishing Company to produce A Jonathan Edwards Encyclopedia. There is still need for contributions for some of the proposed 500+ entries. Details here. Deadline: December 15, 2015

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Colloquium on Divine Simplicity—REVISED SCHEDULE

On March 19–20, The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies, Wheaton College will be hosting a colloquium co-sponsored by The Center for Scriptural Exegesis, Philosophy and Doctrine, University of St. Mary of the Lake on divine simplicity. (There is no more space … Continue reading

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Review: Political Augustinianism, by Michael S. Bruno

Michael J. S. Bruno, Political Augustinianism: Modern Interpretations of Augustine’s Political Thought (Minneapolis: Fortress, 2014), 347 pages. Amazon | Fortress In recent years, Christians have increasingly turned to Augustine’s social and political thought as a source to re-envision our now familiar debates on the … Continue reading

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Review: Hermeneutics by Anthony Thiselton

Anthony Thiselton, Hermeneutics: An Introduction, (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2009), 424 pages. I would like to thank Eerdmans for providing me a review copy. Amazon | Eerdmans Hermeneutics: An Introduction is Anthony Thiselton’s latest in a long and distinguished list of publications … Continue reading

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Review: Brill’s Companion to Reformed Orthodoxy

A good “Companion” introduces one to classic texts in a field and to areas of current debate in scholarly literature. Apart from Richard Muller’s monumental Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics, there is no such volume for Reformed history and theology from the … Continue reading

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