IJFM (Int’l Journal of Frontier Missiology) Vol 30 No 4 Oct/Dec 2013 (Rec. June 2014)

Understanding Movements

From the Editor’s Desk Brad Gill
135 The Long Shadow of Alan Tippett

Articles

137 Seeing Inside Insider Missiology: Exploring our Theological Lenses and Presuppositions
Leonard  N. Bartlotti
Do you see what I see?

155 Sixteen Features of Belief and Practice in Two Movements among Muslims in Eastern Africa: What Does the Data Say? Ben Naja
An intriguing  new picture is emerging.

161 Roles of “Aiongsiders” in Insider Movements: Contemporary  Examples and
Biblical Reflections John  and Anna Travis
Help from without can take many forms.

171 Contemporary Departures from Traditional Christianity in Cross-Cultural Situations: A Melanesian Ethnohistorical Case Study Alan  R. Tippett
What can we learn from earlier research on movements?

Book Reviews
182 A Wind in the House of Islam:How God is Drawing Muslims around the World to Faith in Jesus Christ  CifC.,
183 No Continuing City: The Story of a Missiologist from Colonial to Postcolonial Times

In Others’ Words
186 The Art of Mission; Indigenous Art Forms and the Gospel; Cultural Encounters between Christianity and Korean
Religions; One in Six Now an Urban Slum Dweller; Singles and Missions; The Gender Gap in Missions

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Westminster Theological Seminary Vol 76 No 1 Spring 2014

HISTORICAL AND THEOLOGICAL STUDIES

The Early History of Peniel Bible Conference Part 2: A Theological Mutiny  (1938-1950)
CAROLINE WEERSTRA            1
All Creatures Are Martyrs: Martin Luther’s Cruciform Exegesis of Romans 8:19-22
STEVEN W. TYRA              27
Calvin on the Lord’s Supper: Revisiting an Intriguing Diversity, Part 1
HENRI A. G. BLOCHER  55
Soundly Gathered Out of the Text? Biblical Intepretation in “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”
GARTH E. PAULEY        95
Covenantal Faerie: A Reformed Evaluation of Tolkien’s Theory of Fantasy
YANNICK F. IMBERT      119
Rethinking Accommodation in Revelation         143
VERN S. POYTHRESS
A Misunderstanding of Calvin’s Interpretation of Genesis 1:6-8 and 1:5 and Its Implications for Ideas of Accommodation
VERN S. POYTHRESS     157

I Appeared as El Shaddai: Intertextual Interplay in Exodus  6:3
JARED C. HOOD       167

REVIEW ARTICLE
Questioning the Progress in Progressive Covenantalism:
A Review of Gentry and Wellum’s Kingdom Through Covenant
JoNATHAN M. BRACK AND JARED S. OLIPHINT       189

Reviews of Books
BIBLICAL STUDIES

\Mark S. Gignilliat,  A Brief History of Old Testament Criticism: From Benedict Spinoza to Brevard Childs
N. P. STROM          219
Jean-Marc Berthoud, L’Alliance de Dieu a travers l’Ecriture sainte: Une theologie biblique
DOUGLAS F. KELLY        221
Timothy Michael Law,  When God Spoke  Greek: The Septuagint and the Making of the Christian Bible
MOISES SILVA         222
Abi T. Ngunga,  Messianism in the Old Greek of Isaiah: An Intertextual Analysis
WILLIAM A. Ross     228
David A. deSilva, The Apocrypha
TODD A. SCACEWATER     231
Richard  Ounsworth, Joshua Typology in the New Testament
TODD A. SCACEWATER      233
Jared Calaway, The Sabbath and the Sanctuary:
Access to God in the Letter to the Hebrews and Its Priestly Context
TODD A. SCACEWATER     236
Johannes Oecolampadius, An Exposition of Genesis
DIANE M. POYTHRESS      239

HISTORICAL AND THEOLOGICAL STUDIES
Christopher Cleveland, Thomism in John Owen   241
RANDALL J. PEDERSON
Anthony E. Harvey, Is Scripture Still Holy? Coming of Age with the New Testament 244
JEFFREY A STIVASON
Francis Watson,  Gospel Writing: A Canonical Perspective        247
MICHAEL J. KRUGER  Kevin Giles, The Eternal Generation of the Son: Maintaining Orthodoxy in Trinitarian Theology        249
K. SCOTT OLIPHINT
Matthew Barrett, Salvation by Grace: The Case for Effectual Calling and Regeneration
R. CARLTON WYNNE             254
Jude P. Dougherty, The Nature of Scientific Explanation
ROBERT LAROCCA                 257

SHORT  NOTICE       261

Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Vol 38 No 4 June 2014

JACOB E. DUNN
A God of Volcanoes:
Did Yahwism Take Root in Volcanic Ashes?     387-424

JUDITH COREY
Dreaming of Droughts: Genesis 37.1-11       425-438
in Dialogue with Contemporary Science

ADAM E. MIGLIO
A Comparative Political History:
Israel, Geshur and the ‘Amurrite Age’           439-451

STEPHEN C. RUSSELL
The Hierarchy of Estates in Land and Naboth’s  Vineyard  453-469

MITCHELL FIRST
Using the Pe-Ayin Order of the Abecedaries of Ancient Israel to Date the Book of Psalms 471-485

SAMUEL T.S. GOH
Ruth as a Superior Woman of ?
A Comparison between Ruth and the ‘Capable’ Woman in Proverbs 31.10-31         487-500

NATHANAEL JAMES WARREN
A Cannibal Feast in Ezekiel    501-512

Christian Research Journal Vol 37 No 2

10 Thy (Animal) Kingdom Come, Our Will Be Done: Animal Rights Theology in the 21st Century
by Wes Jamison
The animal rights movement has garnered  much publicity but made little difference in the way animals are treated in America. In this first part of a point-counterpoint discussion of animal rights, Wes Jamison offers a
critical look at the movement’s claims and the efforts of some Christians to develop a theology of animal rights.

16 Is “Animal Rights” a Biblical Concern? A Christian Response to the Modern Animal Movement
by Dan Story
In this second part of the discussion of animal rights, Dan
Story offers a more sympathetic yet still discerning look at the movement’s claims and proposes a biblical theology/ethic of animals and animal use.

22  Afterword: PETA or Just PET? for Human and the Ethical Treatment of Animals
By Hank Hanegraaff

24   Film as Pre-Apologetics: How Noah Raises Questions Only Christianity Can Answer
The film Noah is a gift to Christian apologists. It raises questions, the answer of which will lead to theological conversations and the discussion of Christian truth.

30 Joyce Meyer in the 21st Century
by Bob Hunter
Doctrinal Discernment: Over the years, Joyce Meyer has been severely criticized for her Word of Faith teachings, but some Christians maintain that she no longer teaches those doctrines and should be evaluated more in terms of her present ministry. This article therefore looks at Meyer’s more recent teachings to see if her doctrine has really changed.

34 Hagee’s “Magic Apologetics”
By James Patrick Holding
Doctrinal Discernment: Between April 2014 and September  2015, four total lunar eclipses will occur, along with a single total solar eclipse. In Four Blood Moons, John Hagee argues that these stellar events have always signaled a major change in Jewish history, which will occur this time in fulfillment of Scripture. But is this approach to end­ time prophecy sound?

38 The Christian Apologist’s Moral Compass
by Doug Groothuis
Practical Apologetics/Christian Discipleship: Apologetics is now hot stuff, but with popularity comes the danger of zeal getting ahead of knowledge and character. Christian defenders need to know the arguments of apologetics, but they must also find their moral bearings to bear the truth nobly

44 Parenthood: Biblical Foundations of the Family
Michael W. Austin
Christian Discipleship/Cultural Discernment: There are deep problems within Christian families in contemporary America manifesting in troubling trends among Christian youth. These problems are rooted in misunderstandings of the meaning and proper goals of parenthood, and solutions will be found only by deriving these notions from Scripture rather  than from secular culture

50 Retelling the Old, Old Story: Sharing the Gospel with Those Living with Intellectual Disability
by Michael S. Beates and Andrew Vacca
Effective Evangelism: How can the church share  the Good News with people whose intellectual capacities are affected by disability? We must begin by under­ standing that the range of intellectual disability includes some who can express faith, and others who cannot, and then adapt our approaches accordingly.

Journal for the Study of the New Testament Vol 36 No 4 June 2014

Fashions, Fallacies and Future  Prospects in New Testament Studies    299
Larry W. Hurtado

Tyrant  or Servant?  Roman  Political Ideology and Mark 10.42-45     325
Adam Winn

The  Eschatological  Conversion of ‘All the  Nations’ in Matthew  28.19-20:  353
(Mis)reading  Matthew  through Paul
Benjamin  L. White

Jesus as ‘The  One  who  Entered  his Rest’: The Christological Reading of Hebrews 4.10 383
Nicholas J. Moore

Journal of Psychology and Theology Summer 2014 Vol 42 No 2

AN EVANGELICAL FORUM FOR THE INTEGRATION OF PSYCHOLOGY AND THEOLOGY

131 Introduction:  Teaching Christian Integration in Psychology and Counseling Courses
Fernando L. Garzon, M. Elizabeth Lewis Hall, and Jennifer S. Ripley

136 Teaching Christian Faith Integration in Psychological Assessment Courses
Wayne Adams, Mark R. McMinn, and Nancy Thurston

150 A Relationally Integrated Systems Model for Faith and Learning in Developmental Psychology
Kaye V. Cook and Kathleen C. Leonard

164 Teaching Professional Ethics in a Faith-Based Doctoral Program: Pedagogical Strategies
Tamara L. Anderson

174 Integration in Multicultural Competence and Diversity Training: Engaging Difference and
Grace  Cynthia B. Eriksson and Alexis D. Abernethy

188  Comics Books, Mock Trials, and Zombies: Engaging Integrative Biopsychology Themes in the
Classroom  William M. Struthers

200   Teaching Psychological Theories: Integration Tasks and Teaching Strategies  Terri S. Watson and Elisha Eveleigh

211 Psychopathology Through the Eyes of Faith: Integrative Reflections for the Classroom and
Beyond
Richard E. Butman and Mark Yarhouse

220  Integration of Christianity in Research and Statistics Courses Jennifer S. Ripley and
Carissa Dwiwardani

228  Journal File Featured Review Reviewer for This Issue