Southwestern Journal of Theology Vol. 57 No. 2 Spring 2015

157 EDITORIAL
TERRY L. WILDER
159 EARLY ENGLISH BAPTISTS’ VIEW OF THE LORD’S SUPPER
W. MADISON GRACE II
181 CHRISTOPHER BLACKWOOD: EXEMPLAR OF THE SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY PARTICULAR BAPTISTS
MALCOLM B. YARNELL III
207 ANDREW FILLER AND THE DOCTRINE OF REVELATION
ANDREW J. SPENCER
227 HISTORY OR REVISIONIST HISTORY? HOW CALVINISTIC WERE THE OVERWHELMING MAJORITY OF BAPTISTS AND THEIR CONFESSIONS IN THE SOUTH UNTIL THE TWENTIETH CENTURY?
STEVE W. LEMKE
255 EASTER CELEBRATION IN SEVENTH-CENTURY BRITAIN: RESOLVING CONFLICT WITHIN THE CHURCH
RODNEY H. ORR AND SHANE ANGLAND
267 THE LIFESPANS OF THE EB-MB PATRIARCHS: A HERMENEUTICAL AND HISTORICAL CONUNDRUM
EUGENE H. MERRILL
281 DOES GOD OWN A DEATH STAR? THE DESTRUCTION OF THE COSMOS IN 2 PETER 3:1-13
MATTHEW Y. EMERSON
295 BOOK REVIEWS
331 ABSTRACTS OF RECENT DISSERTATIONS AT SOUTHWESTERN

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