Expository Times Vol. 125 No. 2

Alastair M. Smith, Continuing the Legacy of David Livingstone: The contribution of fair trade to international development………………….53

Dillon T. Thornton, Genuine Confession and the Joy of Forgiveness: The Pastor’s Guide to Psalm 32……………………..67

Book of the Month
J.K. Elliott…………………….74
Forgery and Counterforgery: The Use of Literary Deceit in Early Christian Polemics
Bart D. Ehrman

Worship Resources
Sermons for the Christian Year
Derek Browning, 1″ December: 1st in Advent……………………………….77
Andrew Bowyer, 8′” December: 2nd in Advent……………………………..79
Joseph S. Pagano, 15′” December: 3rd in Advent……………………………81
Robert Gillies, 22″d December: 4th in Advent…………………………..83
Anne Tomlinson, 29’1 December: First Sunday after Christmas……………..85
Alison Swindells, Prayers for Advent……………………………………88

Book Reviews………………………..92

Index of Books Reviewed………………….102

lain R. Torrance, And Finally…………………104

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Concordia Theological Quarterly Vol. 77 No. 1-2

In Memoriam: Harold H. Zietlow (1926-2011) ……………………………………… 3

Epistles before Gospels: An Axiom of New Testament Studies
David P. Scaer …………………………………………………………………………… 5

Moses in the Gospel of John
Christopher A. Maronde …………………………………………………………. 23

Rectify or Justify?
A Response to J. Louis Martyn’s Interpretation of Paul’s Righteousness Language
Mark P. Surburg ……………………………………………………………………… 45

The Eucharistic Prayer and Justification
Roland F. Ziegler ……………………………………………………………………… 79

The Reception of Walther’s Theology in the Wisconsin Synod
Mark E. Braun ………………………………………………………………………… 101

Righteousness, Mystical Union, and Moral Formation in Christian Worship
Gifford A. Grobien …………………………………………………………………. 141

Theology Observer………………………………………………165
God’s Word, Three Views, One Bible
The Mission of the Church in an Age of Zombies
One Nation under God:
Thoughts Regarding “Patriotic Services”

Leadership Journal Vol. 34 No. 4

21-‘Help, I’m Gay’
A pastoral conversation about same-sex attraction.
by Stanton L. Jones
26-Leaving My Lesbian Past The church that walked with me away from homosexuality.
by Charlene E. Hios
30-The Gospel in an LGBT World
What the gospel means for those whose identity is their sexuality, and for you.
by Peyton Jones
34-Strip Clubs and Cupcakes What does it take to reach women in the sex industry? Maybe just a little love … and frosting.
by Paul Pastor

37-Let’s Talk About Sex How to acknowledge the complexities of women’s
sexuality.
by Laura Turner
39-Ministry in
a Snapchat World
How to help teens navigate an increasingly sexualized culture.
by Phil Bell
42-Where Lust Leads
One pastor’s journey through sex addiction.
by T.C. Ryan

69- What Preparation Do Ministers Need Today? The prerequisites of pastoral
leadership.
Four Leaders Respond

73- The Thankful Exchange A leader’s most significant transaction.
by Gordon MacDonald

79- Beyond Answer Man
What happens when eternal questions fill the room?
By Tony Kriz

83- Going to Church Alone How to stop doing church in a way that fosters
individualism and isolation.
by Jason Johansen

87- The Growth at Cliffside What happens when growing pains become serious?
by Rusty Hayes with Kyle Rohane

World Vol. 28 No. 22

COVER STORY
The high cost of negligence When pastors, churches, and other caregivers fail to report sexual abuse, they may aid and abet crime-and in some states are subject to prosecution themselves-along with subjecting abuse victims to lifelong trauma

FEATURES
Grand new party? The California Republican convention reveals a small and ideologically divided party but one also beginning to reach out to the state’s diverse population

A long twilight struggle
Victory over crippling federal debt, House Republicans are finding, may not come quickly

Debtors’ prison The most rapidly growing class of debt in America belongs to the country’s newest
wage earners and its youngest taxpayers

50 Not bluffing Moody board chairman and top author Jerry B. Jenkins is among Christians who have taken up tournament poker. Is evangelical opposition to it about to fold?

Biblica Vol. 94 No. 3

K.P. Hong: Abraham, Genesis 20-22, and the Northern Elohist…………………321-339

B. Kilchor: Passah und Mazzot – Ein Uberblick uber die Forschung seit dem 19. Jahrhundert…………………………………………………………………………………340-367

P. Foster: Is Q a “Jewish Christian” Document?……………………………368-394

J.-N. Aletti: Paul’s Exhortations in Gal 5, 16-25. From the Apostle’s Techniques to His Theology…………………………………………………………..395-414

T. DO: Does πεοì Óλον τον χóσμον imply “the sins of the whole world” in 1 John 2,2?………………………………………………………………….415-435

Recensiones
Vetus Testamentum

D. Scaiola: M.R. Schlimm, From Fratricide to Forgiveness…………………………448-450

D.I. Block: W.A. Tooman, Gog of Magog…………………………………….451-454

D. Candido: J. Grossman, Esther……………………………………….454-457

F.M. Macatangay: G.D. Miller, Marriage in the Book of Tobit………………….458-461

Novum Testamentum

G. Claudel: B. Paschke, Particularism and Universalism in the Sermon on the Mount…………………………462-465

F.J. Moloney: F.D. Bruner, The Gospel of John………………………………….465-468

A. Giambrone: M. GOODACRE, Thomas and the Gospels…………………………………469-472

Varia

C.A. Eberhart: Y.F EDER, Blood Expiation in Hittite and Biblical Ritual………………………………..473-476

Nuntii personarum et rerum

Pontificium Institutum Biblicum. Annus academicus 2012-2013. II semestre…………………….477

Libri ad Directionem missi…………………………………………478-479

Wesleyan Theological Journal Vol. 48 No. 2

FROM THE GARDEN TO THE GALLOWS: THE SIGNIFICANCE
OF FREE GRACE IN THE THEOLOGY OF JOHN WESLEY……………………….7
Kenneth J. Collins

DOES OPEN THEISM LIMIT GOD?……………………………………………………………. 30
Richard Rice

SANCTIFICATION AND PURITY………………………………………………………………. 44
H. Ray Dunning

JOSEPH BENSON’S INITIAL LETTER TO JOHN WESLEY
CONCERNING SPIRIT BAPTISM AND CHRISTIAN PERFECTION ………… 60
Randy L. Maddox and J. Russell Frazier

GOD OUR TEACHER: A WESLEYAN VISION
OF THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION ………………………………………………………………. 78
Michael Pasquarello III

HORACE BUSHNELL: GUIDED BY HIS WESLEYAN HERITAGE ……………………………… 93
Darius and Edyta Jankiewicz

“LET US NOT SPEND OUR TIME IN TRIFLING”:
SUSANNA WESLEY, A MOTHER TO HER SONS…………………………………………112
Patrick Oden

BREATHING THE SPIRIT: A WESLEYAN
THEOLOGY OF HYMN SINGING ………………………………………………………………126
Mark Christopher Gorman

“HONORING CONFERENCE”: FOUNDATIONS FOR
INTER-RELIGIOUS AND RELIGIOUS-ATHEIST DIALOGUE …………………..146
Benjamin B. Devan

ZIPPORAH’S CUT: WESLEY AND THE FATHERS ON CIRCUMCISION….162
Karen Strand Winslow

WRESTLING WITH MARDUK: OLD TESTAMENT
PARALLELS, AND PREVENIENT GRACE…………………………………………………..181
Matthew Richard Schlimm

SOCIAL SIN AND NEEDED ORPORATE REFORM
WESLEYAN TRADITION ……………………………………………………………….193
Michael Tapper

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AND SMITH/WYNKOOP AWARDS…………………………………..209
Billy Abraham and Jennifer Woodruff-Tait

BOOK REVIEWS AND ADVERTISING………………………219

Christian Scholar’s Review Vol. 43 No.1

5 NOTES FROM THE EDITOR

ARTICLES

11 DENNIS HIEBERT, Problems and Possibilities of Sociology as Prophetic

21 AARON B. JAMES, Rehabilitating Willow Creek: Megachurches, De
Certeau, and the Tactics of Navigating Consumer Culture

41 PHILLIP LUKE SINITIERE, Will the Evangelical Church Remove the Color
Line?: Historical Reflections on Divided by Faith

REVIEW ESSAY

65 KATIE KRESSER, Art and Theology FOR THE CLASSROOM

75 ADAM PEREZ AND MARK PETERS, Liberal Arts for the Christian Life

REVIEWS

83 BRUNO DYCK, Management and the Gospel: Luke’s Radical Message for the First and Twenty-First Centuries
Reviewed by Craig Hinnenkamp

86 HARRY LEE PoE & ]IMMY H. DAvrs, God and the Cosmos: Divine Activity in Space, Time, and History
Reviewed by Don Petcher

89 KENDRA G. HARZ AND MATTHEW T. MATHEWS, Dust and Breath: Faith, Health-And Why the Church Should Care About Both
Reviewed by Max A. Hunter

92 WARRENS. BROWN AND BRAD D. STRAWN, The Physical Nature of Christian Life: Neuroscience, Psychology, & the Church
Reviewed by William M. Struthers

94 CHARLES TALIAFERRO, The Golden Cord: A Short Book of the Secular and the Sacred
Reviewed by John W. Wright