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Scottish Journal of Theology

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Volume 66 (2013)
No 4
No 3
No 2
No 1

Volume 65 (2012)
No 4
No 3
No 2
No 1

Volume 64 (2011)
No 4
No 3
No 2
No 1

Volume 63 (2010)
No 4
No 3
No 2
No 1


Volume 62 (2009)
No 4
No 3
No 2
No 1

Volume 61 (2008)
No 4
No 3
No 2
No 1

Volume 60 (2007)
No 4
No 3
No 2
No 1

Volume 59 (2006)
No 4
No 3
No 2
No 1

Volume 58 (2005)
No 4
No 3
No 2
No 1

Volume 57 (2004)
No 4
No 3
No 2
No 1

Volume 56 (2003)
No 4
No 3
No 2
No 1

Volume 55 (2002)
No 4
No 3
No 2

Volume 54 (2001)
No 4
No 3
No 2
No 1

Volume 53 (2000)
No 3
No 2
No 1

Volume 52 (1999)
No 4

 

Volume 66 (2013)

Volume 66 Number 4 (2013)
Coakley, Sarah, 'Prayer, politics and the Trinity: vying models of authority in third-fourth-century debates on prayer and "orthodoxy"', pp. 379-399
Brenan, Robert, 'Has a (frog) human a soul? - Huxley, Tertullian, physicalism and the soul, some historical antecedents', pp. 400-413
Peterson, Paul Silas, 'Freedom in the 1990s', pp. 414-430
Hawksley, Theodora, 'Metaphor and method in concrete ecclesiologies', pp. 431-447
Tracy, David, 'Reading and revelation in Hans Frei and David Tracy', pp. 448-465
Graham, Gordon, 'Article review. The theological and the political: a philosophical critique', pp. 466-476

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Volume 66 Number 3 (2013)
Gebarowski-Shafer, Ellie, 'Catholics and the King James Bible: stories from England, Ireland and America', pp. 253-260
Mein, Andrew, 'Ezekiel's awkward God: atheism, idolatry and the via negativa', pp. 261-277
Gallaher, Brandon, 'The "sophiological" origins of Vladimir Lossky's apophaticism', pp. 278-298
Barnett, William T., 'Actualism and beauty: Karl Barth's insistence on the auch in his account of divine beauty', pp. 299-318
Wood, Donald, '"An extraordinarily acute embarrassment": the doctrine of angels in Barth's Göttingen Dogmatics', pp. 319-337
Burkholder, Benjamin J., 'Christological foundations for an ecological ethic: learning from Bonhoeffer', pp. 338-356

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Volume 66 Number 2 (2013)
Myers, Jason A., 'Law, lies and letter writing: an analysis of Jerome and Augustine on the Antioch incident (Galatians 2:11-14)', pp. 127-139
McAnnally-Linz, Ryan, 'Resistance and Romans 13 in Samuel Rutherford's Lex, Rex', pp. 140-158
Wiarda, Timothy, 'Divine passibility in light of two pictures of intercession', pp. 159-173
Kynes, Will, 'The trials of Job: relitigating Job's "good case" in Christian interpretation', pp. 174-191
Holmes, Stephen R., 'Listening for the Lex orandi: the constructed theology of contemporary worship events', pp. 192-208
Diller, Kevin, 'Is God necessarily who God is? Alternatives for the trinity and election debate', pp. 209-220

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Volume 66 Number 1 (2013) 
Ford, David F., 'Meeting Nicodemus: a case study in daring theological interpretation', pp. 1-17
Boulton, Matthew Myer, 'Supersession of subsession? Exodus typology, the Christian Eucharist and the Jewish Passover meal', pp. 18-29
Ellis, Daryl, 'The ambivalence and lust of marriage: with and beyond Augustine towards a theology of marriage as consecrated sacrifice', pp. 30-49
Nimmo, Paul T., 'Schleiermacher on justification: a departure from the Reformation?', pp. 50-73
Borges, Jason, '"Dignified": an exegetical soteriology of divine honour', pp. 74-87

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Volume 65 (2012)

Volume 65 Number 4
Wright, N.T., 'Imagining the Kingdom: mission and theology in early Christianity', pp. 379-401
Moberly, R.W.L., 'Knowing God and knowing about God: Martin Buber's Two types of faith revisited', pp. 402-420
Brown, Cynthia Bennett, 'The personal imperative of revelation: Emil Brunner, dogmatics and theological existence', pp. 421-434
Yeager, Jonathan, 'Nature and grace in the theology of John Maclaurin', pp. 435-448
Greggs, Tom, 'Article review. David Kelsey, Eccentric existence: a theological anthropology', pp. 449-463
Kelsey, David, 'Response to Tom Greggs', pp. 464-470

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Volume 65 Number 3
Bockmuehl, Markus, 'Creatio ex nihilo in Palestinian Judaism and Early Christianity', pp. 253-270
Pardue, Stephen, 'Kenosis and its discontents: towards an Augustinian account of divine humility', pp. 271-288
Thiselton, Anthony C., 'Reception theory, H. R. Jauss and the formative power of scripture', pp. 289-308
Lee, Peter, 'Selective memory: Augustine and contemporary just war discourse', pp. 309-322
Campbell, Douglas A., 'Is Tom right? An extended review of N. T. Wright's Justification: God's plan and Paul's vision', pp. 323-345

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Volume 65 Number 2
Joby, Christopher, 'The theology of poems on the Lord's Supper by the Dutch Calvinist, Constantijn Huygens (1596-1687)', pp. 127-144
Ahn, Ho-Jin, 'The humanity of Christ: John Calvin's understanding of Christ's vicarious humanity', pp. 145-158
Johnson, Adam J., 'The servant Lord: a word of caution regarding the munus triplex in Karl Barth's theology and the Church today', pp. 159-173
Bawulski, Shawn and James Watkins, 'Possible worlds and God's creative process: how a classical doctrine of divine creation can understand divine creativity', pp. 174-191
White C. Jason, 'An accommodating and shunning culture: evaluating the cultural context of the Evangelical Theological Society in the United States', pp. 192-211
Perry, John, 'Article review. "The essential theactricality of virtue": a review of Jennifer Herdt's Putting on virtue', pp. 212-221
Herdt, Jennifer A., 'Back to virtue', pp. 222-226

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Volume 65 Number 1
Awad, Najeeb, '"Another puzzle is ... the Holy Spirit": De Trinitate as Augustine's pneumatology', pp. 1-16
Eitel, Adam, 'Making motions in a language we do not understand: the apophaticism of Thomas Aquinas and Victor Preller', pp. 17-33
Webster, John, 'T.F. Torrance on scripture', pp. 34-63
Hector, Kevin W., 'Immutability, necessity and triunity: towards a resolution of the trinity and election controversy', pp. 64-81
Torrance, Alan, 'Article review. Douglas Campbell, The deliverance of God', pp. 82-89
Campbell, Douglas, 'Beyond justification in Paul: the thesis of the deliverance of God', pp. 90-104

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Scottish Journal of Theology 64 (2011)

Volume 64 No 4
Senina, Tatiana, 'The status of divine revelation in the works of Hieromonk Anthony Bulatovich', pp. 377-389
Peels, Rik, 'Sin and human cognition of God', pp. 390-409
Vogel, Jeffrey, 'A little while in the Son of God: Austin Farrer on the trinitarian nature of prayer', pp. 410-424
Alexis-Baker, Andy, 'Theology is ethics: how Karl Barth sees the good life', pp. 425-438
Munchin, David, '"Is theology a science?" Paul Feyerabend's anarchic epistemology as challenge test to T.F. Torrance's scientific theology', pp. 439-455
Drecoll, Volker Henning, 'Article review. Remarks on Christopher Beeley, Gregory of Nazianzus on the Trinity and the knowledge of God. In your light we shall see light', pp. 456-473
Beeley, Christopher A., 'Response. On history, theology and scholarly method', pp. 474-480

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Volume 64 No 3
Squires, Stuart, 'Contra Academicos as autobiography: a critique of the historiography on Augustine's first extant dialogue', pp. 251-264
Gaventa, Beverly Roberts, 'Neither height nor depth: discerning the cosmology of Romans', pp. 265-278
Shah, Bruno M., 'Approaching the holy with Thomas B. Dozeman and Rudolf Otto', pp. 279-298
Kennedy, Kevin D., 'Hermeneutical discontinuity between Calvin and later Calvinism', pp. 299-312
Blackburn, Vivenne, 'Albert Camus: the challenge of the unbeliever', pp. 313-326
Giles, Kevin, 'Barth and subordinationism', pp. 327-346
Molnar, Paul D., 'Article review: was Barth a pro-Nicene theologian? Reflections on Nicaea and its legacy', pp. 347-359

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Volume 64 No 2
Chia, Roland, 'Salvation as justification and deification', pp. 125-139
Nodes, Daniel J., 'Conciliatory reflections on the procession ofthe Holy Spirit in Giles of Viterbo's Sentences commentary', pp. 140-160
Deio, Ilia, 'From metaphysics to kataphysics: Bonaventure's "good" creation', pp. 161-179
Hawksley, Theodora, 'The freedom of the Spirit: the pneumatological point of Barth's ecclesiological minimalism', pp. 180-194
Parratt, John, 'Barth and Buddhism in the theology of Katsume', pp. 195-210
McKenzie, Ross H., 'Emergence, reductionism and the stratification of reality in science and theology', pp. 211-235

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Volume 64 No 1
Kotsko, Adam, 'Gift and communio: the Holy Spirit in Augustine's De Trinitate', pp. 1-12
Ellingsen, Mark, 'Augustinian origins of the Reformation reconsidered', pp. 13-28
Horrell, David G. and Dominic Coad, '"The stones would cry out" (Luke 19:40): a Lukan contribution to a hermeneutics of creation's praise', pp. 29-44
McInroy, Mark J., 'Karl Barth and personalist philosophy: a critical appropriation', pp. 45-63
Barnes, L. Philip, 'Talking politics, talking forgiveness', pp. 64-79
Bowlin, John, 'Article review: Just democracy, just church: Hauerwas and Coles on radical democracy and Christianity', pp. 80-95 
Hauerwas, Stanley, 'Response: What is radical about the ordinary?' pp. 96-99

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Scottish Journal of Theology 63 (2010)

Volume 63 No 4
Baark, Sigurd, 'Anselm: Platonism, language and truth in Proslogion', pp. 379-397
Choi, Michael J., 'What is Christian orthodoxy according to Justin's Dialogue?', pp. 398-413
Awad, Njeeb George, 'The influence of John Chrysostom's hermeneutics on John Calvin's exegetical approach to Paul's Epistle to the Romans', pp. 414-436
Hastings, W. Ross, 'Discerning the Spirit: ambivalent assurance in the soteriology of Jonathan Edwards and Barthian correctives', pp. 437-455
Welker, Michael, 'Habermas and Ratzinger on the future of religion', pp. 456-473

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Volume 63 No 3
Merrick, James R.A., 'Sola scripturaand the regula fidei: the Reformation scripture principle and early oral tradition in Martin Chemnitz' Examination of the Council of Trent', p. 253-271
Lee, Yang-Ho, 'Calvin on deification: a replyy to Carl Mosser and Jonathan Slater', pp. 272-284
Turner, Geoffrey, 'The righteousness of God in Psalms and Romans' pp. 285-301
Forsyth, Andrew C., 'The implications for christology of David Tracy's theological epistemology', pp. 302-317
Furry, Timothy J., 'Analogous analogies? Thomas Aquinas and Karl Barth', pp. 318-330
A discussion: Richard Burridge's Jesus
Hays, Richard B., 'Response to Richard Burridge, Imitating Jesus', pp. 331-335
Watson, Francis, 'Can the historical Jesus teach ethics? In response to Richard Burridge, Imitating Jesus', pp. 336-339
Markham, Ian, 'Imitating Jesus: reading the Eternal Word', pp. 340-345
Burridge, Richard A., 'Response', pp. 346-352

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Volume 63 No 2
Moore, Andrew, 'Should Christians do natural theology?', pp. 127-145
Muis, J., 'The truth of metaphorical God-talk', pp. 146-162
Goldring, Richard, 'Changing our corporate mind: reflections on paradigm shift in ethical thinking', pp. 163-184
Archer, Kenneth J. and Hamilton, Andrew S., 'Anabaptism-Pietism and Pentecostalism: scandalous partners in protest', pp. 185-202
McCormack, Bruce, 'Election and the Trinity: theses in response to George Hunsinger', pp. 203-224

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Volume 63 No 1
Crisp, Oliver, 'Is universalism a problem for particularists?' pp. 1-23
Jackson, Kent P., 'Joseph Smith and the Bible', pp. 24-40
Lowe, Walter, 'Why we need apocalyptic', pp. 41-53
Almond, Philip, 'John Napier and the mathematics of the "middle future" apocalypse', pp. 54-69
Molnar, Paul D., ' "Thy word is truth": the role of faith in reading scripture theologically with Karl Barth', pp. 70-92
Hwang, Alezander Y., 'Manifold grace in John Cassian and Prosper of Aquitaine', pp. 93-108

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Scottish Journal of Theology 62 (2009)

Volume 62 No 4
Nausner, Bernhard, 'The failure of a laudable project: Gunton, the Trinity and human self-understanding', pp. 403-420
Yang, Andrew S., 'Scotus’ voluntarist approach to the atonement reconsidered', pp. 421-440
Habets, Myk, 'Putting the ‘extra’ back into Calvinism', pp. 441-456
Flett, John G., 'Communion as propaganda: Reinhard Hütter and the
missionary witness of the ‘Church as public’', pp. 457-476
Haws, Charles G., 'Suffering, hope and forgiveness: the ubuntu theology of Desmond Tutu', pp. 477-489
Beckford, Robert, 'Article Review. The rise and demise of black theology: home sweet home in Babylon', pp. 490-495
Kee, Alistair, 'Response. Race and respect', pp. 496-499

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Volume 62 No 3
Jenkins, Timothy, 'Closer to Dan Brown than to Gregor Mendel: on Dawkins’ The God delusion', pp. 269-281
Jorgenson, Allen, 'Crux et vocatio', pp. 282-298
Allen, Michael, 'Jonathan Edwards and the lapsarian debate', pp. 299-315
Eddy, Paul Rhodes, 'Can a leopard change its spots? Augustine and
the crypto-Manichaeism question', pp. 316-346
Mawson, Michael, 'Understandings of nature and grace in John Milbank and Thomas Aquinas', pp. 347-361

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Volume 62 No 2
Bom, Klaus, 'Directed by desire: an exploration based on the
structures of the desire for God', pp. 135-148
Bender, Kimlyn J., 'Christ, creation and the drama of redemption: "The play’s the thing ..." ', pp. 149-174
Lovin, Robin W., 'Article review. Lovin on Trigg, Religion in public life', pp. 175-184
Murphy, Francesca, 'Article review. Fergus Kerr’s Twentieth century
Catholic theologians', pp. 185-194
Lauber, David, 'Article review. Response to Alyssa Lyra Pitstick,
Light in darkness', pp. 195-201
Webster, John, 'Article review. Webster’s response to Alyssa Lyra Pitstick, Light in darkness', pp.202-210
Pitstick, Alyssa Lyra, 'Response to Webster and Lauber', pp.211-216

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Volume 62 No 1
Smith, Aaron T., 'God’s self-specification: his being is his electing', pp. 1-25
Collins Winn, Christian T., ' "Before Bloch there was Blunhardt": a thesis on the origins of the theology of hope', pp. 26-39
Parker, Kim Ian, 'Newton, Locke and the Trinity: Sir Isaac’s comments on Locke’s: A paraphrase and notes on the epistle of St Paul to the Romans', pp. 40-52
Witte, John, 'Article review. William Stacy Johnson, A time to embrace: same-gender relationship in religion, law and politics', pp. 53-60
Gagnon, Robert A.J., 'Article review. A book not to be embraced: a critical appraisal of Stacy Johnson’s A time to embrace', pp.  62-80
Stacy Johnson, William, 'Response. Finding our way forward', pp. 81-90

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Scottish Journal of Theology 61 (2008)

Volume 61 No 4
Hobson, Theo, 'The policing of signs: sacramentalism and authority
in Rowan Williams’ theology', pp. 381-395
Costelo, Daniel, 'Moltmann’s dismissal of divine impassibility: warranted?', pp. 396-407
Van den Brink, Gijsbert, 'How to speak with intellectual and theological decency on the resurrection of Christ? A comparison of Swinburne and Wright', pp. 408-419
Michielin, Maico, 'Bridging the gulf between biblical scholars and theologians: can Barth and Wright provide an answer?', pp. 420-434
Stephenson, Lisa P., 'Directed, ordered and related: the male and female interpersonal relation in Karl Barth’s Church dogmatics', pp. 435-449
Keuss, Jeff, 'The emergent church and neo-correlational theology
after Tillich, Schleiermacher and Browning', pp. 450-461
Heather, Noel,'Critical postliberalism: Lindbeck’s cultural-linguistic
system and the socially extrasystemic', pp. 462-476
Chaplin, Jonathan, 'Article review. Oliver O’Donovan’s The ways of judgment', pp. 477-493
Mangina, Joseph, 'Article review. Hans Boersma’s Violence, hospitality and the Cross', pp. 494-502

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Volume 61 No 3
Singh, Devin, 'Resurrection as surplus and possibility: Moltmann
and Ricoeur', pp. 251-269
Burrell, David, 'Maimonides, Aquinas and Ghazali: distinguishing
God from the world', pp. 270-287
Stevenson, Kenneth, 'From Hilary of Poitiers to Peter of Blois: a transfiguration journey of biblical interpretation', pp. 288-306
Knight, John Allan, 'The Barthian heritage of Hans W. Frei', pp. 307-326
Nir, Rivka, 'The struggle between the ‘image of God’ and Satan
in the Greek Life of Adam and Eve', pp. 327-339
Porter, Jean, 'Torture and the Christian conscience: a response
to Jeremy Waldron', pp. 430-358

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Volume 61 No 2
Gignilliat, Mark, 'Who is Isaiah’s servant? Narrative identity and
theological potentiality', pp. 125-136
Stubbs, David L., 'The shape of soteriology and the pistis Christo debate', pp. 137-157
Tolley, David C., 'Aesthetic christology and medical ethics: the status of Christ’s gaze in care for the suffering', pp. 158-172
Ayres, Lewis, 'The soul and the reading of scripture: a note on Henri de Lubac', pp. 173-190
McCall, Tom, 'Holy love and divine aseity in the theology of
John Zizioulas', pp. 191-205
Holmes, Christopher, 'The theological function of the doctrine of the divine attributes and the divine glory, with special reference to Karl Barth and his reading of the Protestant Orthodox', pp. 206-223
Coakley, Sarah, 'Why gift? Gift, gender and trinitarian relations in
Milbank and Tanner', pp. 224-235

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Volume 61 No 1
Myers, Benjamin, 'The stratification of knowledge in the thought
of T.F. Torrance', pp. 1-15
Treier, Daniel J., 'Biblical theology and/or theological interpretation
of scripture? Defining the relationship', pp. 16-31
Couenhoven, Jesse, ' "Not ever wrong is done with pride": Augustine’s proto-feminist anti-Pelagianism', pp. 32-50
Martin, David, 'Does the advance of science mean secularisation?', pp. 51-63
Harvey, Barry, 'Preserving the world for Christ: toward a theological
engagement with the "secular" ', pp. 64-82
Hensley, Jeffrey, 'Article review. Trinity and freedom: a response to Molnar', pp. 83-95
Molnar, Paul D., 'Article review. What does it mean to say that Jesus Christ is indispensable to a properly conceived doctrine of the immanent Trinity? A response to Jeffrey Hensley', pp. 96-106

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Scottish Journal of Theology 60 (2007)

Volume 60 No 4
Hector, Kevin, 'Apophaticism in Thomas Aquinas: a re-reformation
and recommendation', pp. 377-393
VandenBerg, Mary, 'Redemptive suffering: Christ’s alone', pp. 394-411
Leithart, Peter J., 'I don’t get it: humour and hermeneutics', pp. 412-425
Brittain, Christopher Craig, 'Can a theology student be an evil genius? On the concept of habitus in theological education', pp. 426-440
Koepping, Elizabeth, 'Hidden damage and current needs: pulpit and pew in Lutheran Australia', pp. 441-457
Welker, Michael, 'Article review. Wright on the resurrection', pp. 458-475

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Volume 60 No 3
Van Driel, Edwin Chr., 'Schleiermacher’s supralapsarian christology', pp. 251-270
Diller, Kevin, 'Does contemporary theology require a postfoundationalist way of knowing?', pp. 271-293
Malysz, Piotr, 'Exchange and ecstasy: Luther’s eucharistic theology in light of radical orthodoxy’s critique of gift and sacrifice', pp. 294-308
Fisk, Philip J., 'Jonathan Edwards’s Freedom of the will and his defence of the impeccability of Jesus Christ', pp. 309-325
Smith, Stephanie, 'The moral theology of John Paul II: Protestant reading', pp. 326-340
Moulaison, Jane Barter, ' "Our bodies, our selves?" The body as source in feminist theology', pp. 341-359
Jodock, Darrell, 'Article review. Context, continuity, and discontinuity in Hans Schwarz’s survey of nineteenth- and twentieth-century theology', pp. 360-370

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Volume 60 No 2
Cortez, Mark, 'What does it mean to call Karl Barth a ‘christocentric’ theologian?', pp. 127-143
Paddison, Angus, 'Engaging scripture: incarnation and the Gospel of John', pp. 144-160
Cumin, Paul, 'Robert Jenson and the spirit of it all: or, you (sometimes) wonder where everything else went', pp. 161-179
Taylor, Iain, 'How to be a trinitarian theologian: a critique of
Wolfhart Pannenberg’s systematic theology', pp. 180-195
Greggs, Tom, ' "Jesus is victor": passing the impasse of Barth on universalism', pp. 196-212
Siemens, James, 'A survey of the christology of Theodore of Tarsus in the Laterculus Malalianus', pp. 213-225
Vroom, Hendrik M., 'Islam’s adaptation to the West: on the deconstruction and reconstruction of religion', pp. 226-241

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Volume 60 No 1
Bockmuehl, Markus, 'Peter’s death in Rome? Back to front and upside down', pp. 1-23
Nimmo, Paul T., 'The orders of creation in the theological ethics of Karl Barth', pp. 24-35
Joby, Christopher, 'The extent to which the rise in the worship of images in the late Middle Ages was influenced by contemporary theories of vision', pp. 36-44
Van Driel, Edwin Chr., 'Karl Barth and the eternal existence of Jesus Christ', pp. 45-61
McCormack, Bruce, 'Seek God where he may be found: a response to Edwin Chr. van Driel', pp. 62-79
Murphy, Francesca,'Article review. David Hart, The beauty of the infinite: a response', pp. 80-89
McGuckin, John A., 'Article review. David Hart, The beauty of the infinite', pp. 90-94
Hart, David Bentley, 'Article review. Response from David Bentley Hart to McGuckin and Murphy', pp. 95-101

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Scottish Journal of Theology 59 (2006)

Volume 59 No 4
Vorster, Nico, 'Preventing genocide: the role of the church', pp. 375-394
Crump, David, 'Re-examining the Johannine Trinity: pericoresis or
deification?', pp. 395-412
Monteith, W. Graham, 'The constructive use of "vernacular religion" ', pp. 413-426
Martyn, J. Louis, 'Article review. Francis Watson, Paul and the hermeneutics of faith', pp. 427-438
Engberg-Pedersen, Troels, 'Article review. Once more a Lutheran Paul? Francis Watson, Paul and the hermeneutics of faith', pp. 439-460
Watson, Francis, 'Response', pp. 461-468

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Volume 59 No 3
Beckwith, Carl, 'A theological reading of Hilary’s ‘autobiographical’ narrative in De Trinitate 1.1-19', pp. 249-262
Ballor, Jordon J., 'The Aryan clause, the Confessing Church, and the
ecumenical movement: Barth and Bonhoeffer on natural theology, 1933-1935', pp. 263-280
Hardman Moore, Susan, 'For the mind’s eye only: puritans, images and "the golden mines of Scripture" ', pp. 281-296
Jack, Alison, 'The death of the Master: the Gospel of John and
R.L. Stevenson’s The Master of Ballantrae', pp. 297-306
Salvesen, Alison, 'Without shame or desire: the pronouncements of Jesus on children and the kingdom, and early Syriac attitudes to childhood', pp. 307-326
Crisp, Oliver D., 'Shedding the theanthropic person of Christ', pp. 327-350

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Volume 59 No 2
Grumett, David, 'Action and/or contemplation? Allegory and liturgy in the reception of Luke 10:38-42', pp. 125-139
Lössel, Steffen, 'Guidance from the gaps: the Holy Spirit, ecclesial authority, and the principle of juxtaposition', pp. 140-158
Hovey, Craig, 'Forester, bricoloeur, and country bumpkin: rethinking knowledge and habit in Aquinas’s ethics', pp. 159-174
Mikosi, Gordon S., 'Baptism, Trinity, and ecclesial pedagogy in the thought of Gregory of Nyssa', pp. 175-182
Fergusson, David, 'Article review. Beyond theologies of resentment: an appreciation of Jeffrey Stout’s Democracy and tradition', pp. 183-197
Pecknold, C.C., 'Article review. Democracy and the politics of the word: Stout and Hauerwas on democracy and scripture', pp. 198-209
Stout, Jeffrey, 'Response. Survivors of the nations: a response to Fergusson and Pecknold', pp. 210-234

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Volume 59 No 1
Edmondson, Stephen, 'The biblical historical structure of Calvin’s Institutes', pp. 1-13
Ross, Melanie, 'Jonathan Edwards: advice to weary theologians', pp. 14-26
Richard, Guy M., 'Samuel Rutherford’s supralapsarianism revealed: a key to the lapsarian position of the Westminster Confession of Faith?', pp. 27-44
Wong, Kam Ming, 'Image of God as both fount and destiny of humanity: how Herderian is Pannenberg?', pp. 45-63
Myers, Benjamin, 'Predesination and freedom in Milton’s Paradise Lost', pp. 64-80
Meyer, John R.,'God’s trinitarian substance in Athanasian theology', pp. 81-97

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Scottish Journal of Theology 58 (2005)

Volume 58 No 4
Childs, Brevard S., 'Speech-act theory and biblical interpretation', pp. 375-392
Vondey, Wolfgang, 'The Holy Spirit and time in contemporary Catholic and Protestant theology', pp.393-409
McFarland, Ian A., ' "Naturally and by grace": Maximus the Confessor on the operation of the will', pp. 410-433
Canlis, Julie, 'Being made human: the significance of creation for Irenaeus’ doctrine of participation', pp. 434-454
Joynes, Christine E., 'The returned Elijah? John the Baptist’s angelic identity in the Gospel of Mark', pp. 455-467
Williams, A.N., 'Does "God" exist? 468-484

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Volume 58 No 3
Gavrilyuk, Paul L., 'The kenotic theology of Sergius Bulgakov', pp. 251-269
Casiday, Augustine, 'Rehabilitating John Cassian: an evaluation of Prosper of Aquitaine’s polemic against the "Semipelagians" ', pp. 270-284
Porter, Jean, 'Chastity as a virtue', pp. 285-301
Metzger, Paul Louis, 'The migration of monism and the matrix of trinitarian mediation', pp. 302-318
Ward, Peter, 'Coming to sermon: the practice of doctrine in the preaching of John Calvin', pp. 319-332
Wenkel, David, 'John Bunyan’s soteriology during his pre-prison period (1656-1659): Amyraldian or high-Calvinist?', pp. 333-352

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Volume 58 No 2
Scharen, Christian Batalden, '"Judicious narratives", or ethnography as ecclesiology', pp. 125-142
Jenson, Matt, 'Real presence: conteporaneity in Bonhoeffer’s Christology', pp. 143-160
Flett, Eric G., 'Priests of creation, mediators of order: the human person as a cultural being in Thomas F. Torrance’s theological anthropology', pp. 161-183
Wood, Donald, ' ‘Ich sah mit Staunen’: reflections on the theological substance of Barth’s early hermeneutics', pp. 184-198
Meadowcroft, Tim, 'Between authorial intent and indeterminacy: the incarnation as an invitation to human-divine discourse', pp. 199-218
McArdle, Patrick, 'Called by name: contemporary Christian anthropology', pp. 219-236

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Volume 58 No 1
Schneider, Carolyn, 'The intimate connection between Christ and Christians in Athanasius', pp. 1-12
Sixtus, Bernd, 'Bridging the gap? On some suggestions towards solving the normative problem in ecclesial exegesis', pp. 13-38
Slater, Jonathan, 'Salvation as participation in the humanity of the Mediator in Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion: a reply to Carl Mosser', pp. 39-58
DeLashmutt, Michael W., 'Nathaniel William Taylor and Thomas Reid: Scottish common-sense philosophy’s impact upon the formation of New Haven theology in Antebellum America', pp. 59-82
Gibson, Michael D., 'Does Jesus have a say in the kerygma? A critical remembrance of Bultmann', pp. 83-103
Holmes, Steve, 'Can punishment bring peace? Penal substitution revisited', pp. 104-123

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Scottish Journal of Theology 57 (2004)

Volume 57 No 4
Goulder, Michael D., 'Did Peter ever go to Rome?', pp. 377-396
Felderhof, Marius C., 'Evil: theodicy or resistance?', pp. 397-412
Hurtado, L.W., 'Jesus’ death as paradigmatic in the New Testament', pp. 413-433
Welker, Michael, 'Karl Barth: from fighter against the ‘Roman heresy’ to leading thinker for the ecumenical movement', pp. 434-450
Sonderegger, Katherine, 'The character of Christian realism', pp. 451-465
Muers, Rachel, 'Reading texts between generations: a proposal concerning theological engagement with genetic research', pp. 466-478
Studebaker, Steven M., 'Article review. Supreme harmony or supreme disharmony? An analysis of Amy Plantinga Pauw’s ‘The supereme harmony of all’: the Trinitarian theology of Jonathan Edwards', pp. 479-485
Pauw, Amy, 'Plantinga Response', pp. 485-489

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Volume 57 No 3
Webster, John, 'The holiness and love of God', pp. 249-268
Haddorff, David W., 'The postmodern realism of Barth’s ethics', pp. 269-286
Healy, Nicholas M., 'Karl Barth’s ecclesiology reconsidered', pp. 287-299
Todd, Margo, 'Bishops in the kirk: William Cowper of Galloway and the puritan episcopacy of Scotland', pp.300-312
O’Donovan, Jean Lockwood, 'The Church of England and the Anglican Communion: a timely engagement with the national church tradition?', pp. 313-337
Spencer, Archie J., 'Article review. Culture, community and commitments: Stanley J. Grenz on theological method', pp. 338-360
Grenz, Stanley J., 'Response. The virtue of ambiguity: a response to Archie Spencer', pp. 361-365
Gorsky, Jonathan, 'Beyond inclusivism: Richard Harries, Jonathan Sacks and The dignity of difference', pp. 366-376

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Volume 57 No 2
Rooke, Deborah, 'On the ‘Handel-ing’ of 1 Maccabees: Thomas Morell’s use of biblical sources in the libretto of Judas Maccabaeus', pp. 125-138
Graham, Gordon, 'The theology of music in church', pp. 139-145
Johnson, Andy, 'Resurrection, ascension and the developing portrait of the God of Israel in Acts', pp. 146-162
Hunsinger, George, 'The daybreak of the new creation: Christ’s resurrection in recent theology?', pp. 163-181
Ford, David F., 'Knowledge, meaning, and the world’s great challenges', pp. 182-202
Helmer, Christine, 'A systematic theological theory of truth in Kathryn Tanner’s Jesus, humanity and the trinity: a brief systematic theology', pp. 203-220
Pauw, Amy Plantinga, 'Article review. Ecclesiological reflections on Kathryn Tanner’s Jesus, humanity and the trinity', pp. 221-227
Tanner, Kathryn, 'Response. The church and action for the world: a response to Amy Pauw', pp. 228-232

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Volume 57 No 1
Burnett, Richard, 'John Calvin and the Sensus literalis', pp. 1-13
Yong, Amos, 'The Spirit bears witness: pneumatology, truth and the religions', pp. 14-38
Stevenson, Kenneth, 'Richard Hooker and the Lord’s Prayer: a chapter in Reformation controversy', pp. 39-55
Greenway, William, 'Chalcedonian reason and the demon of closure', pp. 56-79
Boersma, Hans, 'Penal substitution and the possibility of unconditional hospitality', pp. 80-94
Greene-McCreight, Kathryn, 'Feminist theology and a generous orthodoxy', pp. 95-108
Harries, Richard, 'Article review. Jonathan Sacks’s The dignity of difference: how to avoid the clash of civilisations', pp. 109-115

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Scottish Journal of Theology 56 (2003)

Volume 56 No 4
Duncan, Graham A., 'Presbyterian spirituality in southern Africa', pp. 387-403
Brueggemann, Walter, 'Four proclamatory confrontations in scribal refraction', pp. 404-426
Mangina, Joseph L., 'Mediating theologies: Karl Barth between radical and neo-orthodoxy', pp. 427-443
Stone, Lance, 'Word and sacrament as paradigmatic for pastoral theology: in search of a definition via Brueggemann, Hauerwas and Ricoeur', pp. 444-463
Cross, Richard, 'On generic and derivation views of God’s trinitarian
substance', pp. 464-480
Zachman, Randall C., 'Expounding scripture and applying it to our use: Calvin’s sermons on Ephesians', pp. 481-507
'A dialogue with Gordon McConville on Deuteronomy', pp. 508-531

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Volume 56 No 3
Kaiser, Christopher B., 'Climbing Jacob’s ladder: John Calvin and the early church on our eucharistic ascent to heaven', pp. 247-267
Studebaker, Steve, 'Jonathan Edwards’s social Augustinian trinitarianism: an alternative to a recent trend', pp. 268-285
VanderWilt, Jeffrey, ' ‘Why worship?’: Schleiermacher speaks to the question', pp. 286-307
Crisp, Oliver D., 'On the theological pedigree of Jonathan Edwards’s
doctrine of imputation', pp. 308-327
Reinsdorf, Walter, 'How is the gospel true?', pp. 328-344
Wigley, Stephen, 'The von Balthasar thesis: a re-examination of von Balthasar’s study of Barth in the light of Bruce McCormack', pp. 345-359
Grieb, A. Katherine, 'Pharaoh’s magicians at the holy of holies? Appraising an early debate between Tillich and Barth on the relationship between philosophy and theology', pp. 360-380
Grenz, Stanley J., 'Article review. Stanley Hauerwas, the grain of the universe, and the most ‘natural’ natural theology', pp. 381-386

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Volume 56 No 2
Bayer, Oswald, 'Hermeneutical theology', pp. 131-147
Jinkins, Michael, 'Mutuality and difference: trinity, creation and the theological ground of the church’s unity', pp. 148-171
Wisse, Maarten, 'Habitus fidei: an essay on the history of a concept', pp. 172-189
Gavrilyuk, Paul, 'Theopatheia: Nestorius’s main charge against
Cyril of Alexandria', pp. 190-207
Roath, Andries and Shaun de Freitas, 'From Heinrich Bullinger to puritanism: John Hooper’s theology and the office of magistracy', pp. 208-230
Jowers, Dennis W., 'The reproach of modalism: a difficulty for Karl Barth’s doctrine of the trinity', pp. 231-246

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Volume 56 No 1
Rowe, C. Kavin, 'Luke and the trinity: an essay in ecclesial biblical theology', pp. 1-26
Porter, Jean, 'A tradition of civility: the natural law as a tradition of
moral inquiry', pp. 27-48
Grieb, A. Katherine, 'Last things first: Karl Barth’s theological exegesis of 1 Corinthians in The resurrection of the dead', pp. 49-64
Fergusson, David, 'Barth’s Resurrection of the dead: further reflections', pp. 65-72
Wainwright, Geoffrey, 'Rowan Williams on Christian doctrine', pp. 73-81
Williams, Rowan D., 'Article review. Eugene F. Rogers’s Sexuality and the Christian body: their way into the Triune God', pp. 82-88
Rogers, Eugene F., 'Nature with water and the Spirit: a response to
Rowan Williams', pp. 89-100

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Scottish Journal of Theology 55 (2002)

Volume 55 No 4
Schmidt-Leukel, Perry, 'Beyond tolerance: towards a new step in inter-religious relationships', pp. 379-391
Wright, N.T., 'Coming home to St Paul? Reading Romans a hundred
years after Charles Gore', pp. 392-407
Balserak, Jon, ' ‘The accommodating act par excellence?’: an inquiry into the incarnation and Calvin’s understanding of accommodation', pp. 408-423
Waters, Brent, 'Welcoming children into our homes: a theological reflection on adoption', pp. 424-437
Berkman, John, 'Adopting embryos in America: a case study and an ethical analysis', pp. 438-460
Placher, William C., 'An engagement with Marilyn McCord Adams’s Horrendous evils and the goodness of God', pp. 461-467
Adams, Marilyn McCord, 'Horrors in theological context', pp. 468-479

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Volume 55 No 3
Marsh, Charles, 'In defense of a self: the theological search for a postmodern identity', pp. 253-282
Dearborn, Kerry, 'The crucified Christ as the motherly God: the theology of Julian of Norwich', pp. 283-302
Owen, John Michael, 'The angel of the great counsel of God and the Christology of the Scots Confession of 1560', pp. 303-324
McCruden, Kevin B., 'Monarchy and economy in Tertullian’s Adversus Praxeam', pp. 325-337
Murphy, Debra Dean, 'Community, character, and gender: women and the work of Stanley Hauerwas', pp. 338-355
Clark, Elizabeth, 'Article review. Hal Drake;s Constantine and the Bishops', pp. 356-362
Drake, H.A., 'A response to Liz Clarke', pp. 363-368

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Volume 55 No 2
Kilby, Karen, 'Philosophy, theology and foundationalism in the thought of Karl Rahner', pp. 127-140
Barker, Margaret, 'Wisdom: the Queen of Heaven', pp. 141-159
Hunsinger, George, 'Robert Jenson’s Systematic theology: a review essay', pp. 161-200
Watson, Francis, ' ‘America’s theologian’: an appreciation of Robert Jenson’s Systematic theology, with some remarks about the bible', pp. 201-223
Jenson, Robert W., 'Response to Watson and Hunsinger', pp. 225-232
O’Neill, J.C., 'Adolf von Harnack and the entry of the German state into war, July-August 1914', pp 1-18
Walker, Andrew, 'Scripture, revelation and Platonism in C.S. Lewis', pp. 19-35
Mosser, Carl, 'The greatest possible blessing: Calvin and deification', pp. 36-57
Boulton, Matthew, 'Forsaking God: a theological argument for Christian lamentation', pp. 58-78
Sherman, Robert, 'The catechetical function of Reformed hymnody', pp. 79-99
Ferguson, Everett, 'Article review. Dan Williams’s Retrieving the tradition and renewing Evangelicalism: a primer for suspicious Protestants', pp. 100-104
Williams, D.H., 'Reflections on Retrieving the tradition and renewing
Evangelicalism: a response', pp. 105-112

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Scottish Journal of Theology 54 (2001)

Volume 54 No 4
Jorgenson, Allen, 'Karl Barth’s Christological treatment of sin', pp. 439-462
Novak, David, 'Karl Barth on divine command: a Jewish response', pp. 463-483
Brondos, David, 'Why was Jesus crucified? Theology, history and the story of redemption', pp. 484-503
Morgan, D. Densil, 'The early reception of Karl Barth’s theology in Britain: a supplementary view', pp. 504-527
Sider, J. Alexander, 'Image, likeness, and the ethics of memory', pp. 528-547
Webster, John, 'Article review. David F. Ford: Self and salvation', pp. 548-559
Ford, David F., 'Salvation and the nature of theology: response to John Webster’s review of Self and salvation: being transformed', pp. 560-575

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Volume 54 No 3
Work, Telford, 'Annunciation as election', pp. 285-307
Green, Joel B., 'Modernity, history and the theological interpretation of the Bible', pp. 308-329
Parker, David C., 'Et incarnatus est', pp. 330-343
Collins, Guy, 'Defending Derrida: a response to Milbank and Pickstock', pp. 344-365
Otto, Randall E., 'The use and abuse of perichoresis in recent theology', pp. 366-384
Ford, David F., 'Article review. Radical orthodoxy and the future of
British theology', pp. 385-404
Pickstock, Catherine, 'Reply to David Ford and Guy Collins', pp. 405-422
Ford, David F., 'A response to Catherine Pickstock', pp. 423-425

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Volume 54 No 2
Hunsinger, George, 'The dimension of depth: Thomas F. Torrance on the sacraments of baptism and the Lord’s Supper', pp. 155-176
Rose, Tim, 'Can the truth be learned? Kierkegaard’s theological
epistemology', pp. 177-188
Holmes, Stephen R., 'The upholding of beauty: a reading of Anselm’s Cur Deus homo', pp. 189-203
McFarland, Ian, 'Personhood and the problem of the other', pp. 204-220
Webster, John, 'Article review. Canon and criterion: some reflections on a recent proposal', pp. 221-237
Abraham, William J., '‘I can see people, but they look like trees walking’: a response to Professor Webster', pp. 238-243

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Volume 54 No 1
Zachman, Randall C., '‘Do you understand what you are reading?’ Calvin’s guidance for the reading of scripture', pp. 1-20
Gillies, Scott A., 'Zwingli and the origin of the reformed covenant 1524-7', pp. 21-50
Hart, D. Bentley, 'The ‘whole humanity’: Gregory of Nyssa’s critique of slavery in light of his eschatology', pp. 51-69
Del Colle, Ralph, ' ‘Person’ and ‘being’ in John Zizioulas’ Trinitarian theology: conversations with Thomas Torrance and Thomas Aquinas', pp. 70-86
Wolterstorff, Nicholas, 'Article review. A discussion of Oliver O’Donovan’s The desire of the nations', pp. 87-109
Schweiker, William, 'Freedom and authority in political theology: a response to Oliver O’Donovan’s The desire of the nations', pp. 110-126
O’Donovan, Oliver, 'Deliberation, history and reading: a response to Schweiker and Wolterstorff', pp. 127-144

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Scottish Journal of Theology 53 (2000)
Volume 53 No 3
Dell, Katharine J., 'The use of animal imagery in the psalms and wisdom literature of Ancient Israel', pp. 275-291
Burns, R.M., 'The origins of human evil', pp. 292-315
McDowell, John C., 'Learning where to place one’s hope: the eschatological significance of election in Barth', pp. 316-338
Adams, Nicholas and Charles Elliott, 'Ethnography is dogmatics: making description central to systematic theology', pp. 339-364
Stringer, Martin, 'Text, context and performance: hermeneutics and the study of worship', pp. 365-379
Keck, Leander E., 'Article review. James D.G. Dunn’s The theology of Paul the Apostle', pp. 380-389
Dunn, James D.G., 'Rejoicing in dialogue: a response to Lee Keck', pp. 390-393

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Volume 53 No 2
Levy, Ian, 'Christopher Was John Wyclif’s theology of the Eucharist Donatistic?', pp. 137-153
Barter, Jane A., 'A theology of liberation in Barth’s Church dogmatics IV/3', pp. 154-176
Kallenberg, Brad, 'The gospel truth of relativism', pp. 177-211
Gunton, Colin, 'Election and ecclesiology in the post-Constantinian church', pp. 212-227
Childs, Brevard, 'Article review. Walter Brueggemann’s Theology of the Old Testament. Testimony, dispute, advocacy', pp. 228-233
Brueggemann, Walter, 'A response to Professor Childs', pp. 234-238

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Volume 53 No 1
Novak, David, 'The moral crisis of the west: the Judaeo-Christian
response', pp. 1-21
Barker, Margaret, 'The time is fulfilled: Jesus and jubilee', pp. 22-32
Hauerwas, Stanley, 'Why time cannot and should not heal the wounds of history but time has been and can be redeemed', pp. 33-49
Ford, David F., 'Why church?', pp. 50-71
Wright, N.T., 'A new birth? An article review of John Dominic Crossan’s The birth of Christianity: discovering what happened in the years immediately after the execution of Jesus', pp. 72-91
Crossan, John Dominic, 'Blessed plot: a reply to N.T. Wright’s review of The birth of Christianity', pp. 92-112

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Scottish Journal of Theology 52 (1999)

Volume 52 No 4
Sauter, Gerhard, 'Why is Karl Barth’s Church dogmatics not a
‘theology of hope’? Some observations on Barth’s
understanding of eschatology', pp. 407-429
Graham, Elaine, 'Pastoral theology: therapy, mission or liberation?', pp. 430-454
Stevenson, Kenneth, 'Lancelot Andrewes at Holyrood: the 1617 Whitsun sermon in perspective', pp. 455-475
Busch, Eberhard, 'The covenant of grace fulfilled in Christ as the foundation of the indissoluble solidarity of the church with Israel: Barth’s position on the Jews during the Hitler era', pp. 476-503

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