Trinity Journal Vol. 37 No. 1 Spring 2016

3 Chinese Pioneers of the Swedish Evangelical Free Mission: Siu Yu Chi and Ng Shek Hing
DAVID M. GUSTAFSON TAN CHI SING

31 Big Enough Is Big Enough
STANLEY E. PORTER

47 Israel and Israel’s Scripture
DAVIDW. PAO

57 On Historiography
ECKHARD J. SCHNABEL

69 The Theology of Acts
MARK L. STRAUSS

79 A Response to Friends’ Responses
CRAIG S. KEENER

95 BOOK REVIEWS

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Journal of Dispensational Theology Vol. 20 No. 59 Spring 2016

7 Editorial

13 The Use of Imitation in Paul and in Early and Later Dispensationalism with Implications for the Church
Daniel M. Starcevich

45 New Calvinism, Part V: Continuationism
Drew Curley

69 A Scriptural Investigation into the Identities of the Nephilim
G. Robert Graf

88 Book Reviews

Wesleyan Theological Journal Vol. 51 No. 1 Spring 2016

5 EDITOR’S NOTES
WIDE AWAKE TO TRUE KNOWLEDGE AND RIGHTEOUSNESS: THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS OF THE WESLEYAN THEOLOGICAL

7 SOCIETY, 1965-2015
Doug Strong

37 THE FUTURE OF WESLEYAN THEOLOGY IS REVIVAL
Beth Felker Jones

51 HOLY WORD, HOLY PEOPLE: (RE)PLACING SCRIPTURE IN WESLEYAN-HOLINESS THOUGHT AND PRACTICE
Richard P. Thompson

65 HOW TO KNOW THE WORDS ARE “THE WORD”? RE-EVALUATING THE LEGITIMACY OF BIBLICAL INERRANCY AS A WESLEYAN COMMITMENT
G. Stephen Blakemore

92 SAVING DIFFERENCE: TOWARD A THEOLOGY OF THEOLOGICAL DISAGREEMENT
Chris E. W. Green

103 FIFTY YEARS OF HOLINESS THEOLOGY IN THE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE: PATTERNS, TRANSITIONS, AND BLIND SPOTS IN THE WESLEYAN THEOLOGICAL JOURNAL
Chad Clark with Jason Vickers

117 GOD’S PRESENCE ON EARTH AND CHRISTIAN HOLINESS: A READING OF LUKE’S TEMPLE THEOLOGY IN LUKE 3.1-4.13
Keith Jagger

133 A SENT AND SANCTIFIED COMMUNITY: MISSIONAL HOLINESS IN THE GOSPEL OF JOHN
Dean Flemming

145 THE TRUE NATURE OF VIRTUE: A HOLINESS ETHIC FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
Christopher P. Momany

155 CAN ETHICS BE WESLEYAN? MORAL THEOLOGY AND HOLINESS IDENTITY
Timothy R. Gaines

168 LATIN PENTECOSTALISM AND THE REBIRTH OF CHRISTIANITY IN LATIN AMERICA
William P. Payne

188 DANGEROUS LIAISONS: WESLEYAN-HOLINESS ENCOUNTERS
WITH POPULAR CULTURE
Brannon Hancock

202 JOHN WESLEY’S THE SCRIPTURE WAY OF SALVATION: AN INTER-DISCIPLINARY FORUM
Presian Burroughs, Justus Hunter, and John Drury

224 BOOK REVIEWS AND ADVERTISING

World Vol.31 No. 11 May 2016

10 Joel Belz

15 DISPATCHES

24 Janie B. Cheaney

27 CULTURE

44 A man, a plan, a canal, Panama: The Panama Canal is an engineering marvel because it was first a public health marvel. To beat Zika today, we need the same determination

52 Unequal protection: Assisted suicide advocates have pressed their cause in state legislatures this year, and now they’re trying to enlist the courts

58 Quiet calling: Christian teachers in public schools may not “proselytize” students, but some in California find ways to be faithful at work

64 Into the fight?: Proposals in Congress to make women register for Selective Service sharpen the debate over women in combat

70 Author in exile: Writer and political activist Yu Jie has discovered Chinese censorship reaching even outside the mainland

76 After a fiery trial: Intelligent design proponent David Coppedge reflects on his wrongful termination lawsuit and walking through the valleys of life

81 NOTEBOOK

91 Mailbag

95 Andree Seu Peterson

96 Marvin Olasky

Westminster Theological Journal Vol. 78 No. 1 Spring 2016

1 The Bible and the “Universal” Ancient World: A Critique of John Walton
NOEL K. WEEKS

29 Correlations with Providence in Genesis 2
VERN S. POYTHRESS

49 David in Ezra-Nehemiah
DEAN R. ULRICH

65 Cosmic Bully or God of Grace? The Book of Job as Māšāl
DAVID R.JACKSON

75 The Presence of Genesis in Ecclesiastes
MATTHEW SEUFERT

93 Descendit: Delete Or Declare? A Defense Against The Neo-Deletionists
JEFFERY L. HAMM

117 Where Person Meets Word: Part 2, The Convergence of Personalism and Scripture in the Language Theory of Kenneth L. Pike
PIERCE TAYLOR HIBBS

135 “Gifts” and Ministries in the Apostolic Fathers
KENNETH BERDING

World Vol. 31 No. 12 Jun 2016

DEPARTMENTS

3 Joel Belz

5 DISPATCHES

14 Janie B. Cheaney

17 CULTURE

28 Mindy Belz

30 Troubling ties
Under the Clinton State Department, influence from big money donors appeared to thwart efforts to combat Boko Haram­ efforts that might have saved thousands of lives

40 Power campaigns
The GOP is fighting to maintain control of Congress after
Election Day. Here are seven races that could shift the Senate

46 Struck down, standing fast
Chinese churches prove resilient, with or without crosses on their steeples

50 Sins of their fathers & mothers
The divorce revolution is now affecting a third generation,
as children and grandchildren of divorced couples carry scars of the past into relationships
55 Notebook

61 Mailbag

63 Andree Sen Peterson

64 Marvin Olasky

Christianity Today Vol. 60 No. 5 Apr 2016

7 Editor’s Note Katelyn Beaty highlights healing throughout the issue.

9 Reply All: Readers respond to the April issue via letters, tweets, and Facebook posts.

17 Witness Pastors deliver daily bread amid bombs in eastern Ukraine.

18 Gleanings: Darrin Patrick ousted from Acts 29, college changes fighting missionary mascot, and the double persecution of Christian women.

20 Headlines: Why Christians closest to the Holy Land tour it least; Kenya crackdown on fake pastors thwarted by real ones.

21 Under Discussion: Is it okay that bots are tweeting vastly more Bible verses than humans?

27 Where We Stand: Mark Galli on how both sides can win the religious freedom vs. LGBT rights debate.

29 Spirited Life: Andrew Wilson agrees that Jesus isn’t your boyfriend. But not for the reasons you think.

30 Truth Be Told: Christena Cleveland offers three ways we can use our diversity to be one in Christ.

48 Prisoner Pastor Missionary: Kenneth Bae describes his time in a North Korean prison camp.
Interview by Morgan Lee

54 THE MATCHMAKER
If church leaders and artists have been estranged in Western culture, then David Taylor is helping to lead them into a more blissful union.
Andrea Palpant Dilley

62 COMING OUT AT WHEATON COLLEGE
The evangelical university has received negative press on LGBT matters. My own campus experience paints a different picture.
Tyler Streckert

68 WE’RE ALL CALLED TO BE PRIESTS
You don’t have to wear vestments to do gospel ministry.
Michael Bird

73 Books:
Shane Claiborne’s Executing Grace,
review by Jen Pollock Michel
Victor Lee Austin’s Losing Susan,
review by Andrew Byers

Excerpt: Kent Annan’s Slow Kingdom Coming

80 Testimony
Nicole Cliffe was a happy atheist. Then she read an obituary that changed everything.