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Monday, 22 October 2012
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Wednesday, 17 October 2012
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Thursday, 17 March 2011
Trevor J. Burke & Brian S. Rosner, eds., Paul as Missionary: Identity, Activity, Theology, and Practice. Edinburgh: T & T Clark International, 2011. Hbk. ISBN: 9780567604750. pp.420.
Paul as Missionary: Identity, Activity, Theology and Practice takes the view that before anything else Paul must first and foremost be identified as a ‘missionary’. Using the entire Pauline corpus the contributors to this volume assess what Paul’s correspondence can tell us about how he perceived his role and identity. The work comprises four parts: in section one, Paul’s identity as priest, eschatological herald, and missionary-pastor are explored while in part two topics such as the apostle’s activity among pagans, his suffering, and Paul’s ‘missionary message’ to the church at Rome are considered. Section three comprises essays on the Spirit as the governing dynamic, the glory of God as the apostle’s missionary goal, and the importance of Paul’s Christology in shaping his mission to the Gentiles. Finally, part four addresses Paul’s missionary praxis, including his support of his missionary enterprise.
Table of Contents
List of Contributors
Part One - Paul's Identity
Paul as an Eschatological Herald Seyoon Kim
Paul as Missionary-Pastor James W. Thompson
Paul and His Ethnicity: Reframing the Cathegories James C. Miller
Paul - An Israelite Priest who offers the Gentiles as a Sacrifice to God Richard Gibson
Part Two - Paul's Activity
The Mission of God in Paul's Letter to the Romans Beverly Roberts Gaventa
Paul and the Multi-Ethnic First Century World: Ethnicity and Christian Identity J. Daniel Hays
The Sacrifical-Missiological Function of Paul's Sufferings in the Context of 2 Corinthians J. Ayodeji Adewuya
Was Paul's Grace-based Gospel True to Jesus? Paul W. Barnett
Part Three - Paul's Missionary Theology
Paul's Christology and his Mission to the Gentiles Arland J. Hultgren
A Missionary Strategy in 1 Cor. 9.-19-23 Karl O. Sandnes
The Spirit as the Controlling Dynamic in Paul's Role as Missionary to the Thessalonians Trevor J. Burke
The Glory of God in Paul's Missionary Theology and Practice Brian S. Rosner
Reconciliation as the Heart of Paul's Missionary Theology Stanley E. Porter
Paul's Theology of the Gospel Roy E. Ciampa
Part Four - Paul's Missionary Practice
Universality and Particularity of Paul's Understanding and Strategy of Mission William S. Campbell
'The World of Life': Resurrection and Mission in Philippians James Ware
Paul, patronage and pay: what do we know about the apostle's financial support? Steve Walton
Pauline Mission as Salvific Intentionality: Fostering a Missional Consciousness in 1 Corinthians 9.19-23 and 10.31-11.1 Michael Barram
(Mis)Reading Paul's Letters Through Modern Eyes E. Randolph Richards
Index of Scripture
Index of Modern Authors
Trevor J. Burke,
Trevor J. Burke teaches New Testament in the Bible department of the Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, USA. Prior to this, he has taught New Testament in seminaries in Nigeria and Fiji.
Brian S. Rosner,
Brian S. Rosner took his PhD from Cambridge University, UK, and is Senior Lecturer in New Testament and Ethics in Moore Theological College, Sydney, Australia.
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Friday, 25 February 2011
John E. Apeh, Social Structure & Church Planting. Shippensburg, PA: Companion Press, 1989. Pbk. ISBN: 0914903853. pp.139.
Dr Apeh is currently working on the 2nd edition.
Wednesday, 26 January 2011
The University of Hull has announced that the Mission to Seafarers (founded in 1856 as the Mission to Seamen) is depositing its archive with the Hull History Centre, a joint facility for the University and Hull City Archives. The University’s press release about the deposit will be found here.
HT: Dr Clive Field
Friday, 25 September 2009
Main Publications of Peter Cotterell
I. Biblical Perspectives
1. The Meaning of Mis David F. Paynesion in Isaiah 40-55
2. Nebuchadnezzar's Theology and Ours Deryck C.T. Sheriffs
3. The Prophethood of all Believers Mary J. Evans
4. The Concept of Jubilee and Luke 4:18-30 Robert Willoughby
5. Mission and Misunderstanding:Paul and Barnabas in Lystra (Acts 14:8-20) Conrad Gempf
6. Jesus and the Marginalised in the Fourth Gospel Stephen Motyer
7. The Parac1ete and Mission in the Fourth Gospel Antony Billington
8. Paul's Apostolic Self-Awarenessand the Occasion and Purpose of Romans Daniel J.-S. Chae
9. Mission and Meaning in Terms of 'Unity' in Ephesians Max Turner
II. Historical and Theological Perspective
10. A Model Missionary to Muslims:Thomas Valpy French (1825-1891) Michael Griffiths
11. Ten Theses on Justification and Sanctification Tony Lane
12. Edward Irving and Uniqueness of Christ Graham W.P. McFarlane
13. Soundly Converted? Meic Pearse
III. Philosophical and Contextual Perspectives
14. All One Body? A Missiological Appreciationof the Struggles of an Ethnic Church in Indonesia Ailish F. Eves
15. Sickness and Syncretism in the African Context Keith Ferdinando
16. Capital Gains or Christians are not Working Mark Greene
17. Meaning, Mission and Truth Peter Hicks
18. Postmodernity and Rationality:the Final Credits or just a Commercial Break? Nick Mercer
19. The Concept of 'Living By Faith' Harold H. Rowdon
20. The Scandal of the Church in the Mission of God's People Derek Tidball
My thanks to Anthony Billington and Paternoster Press for their assistance in allowing these essays to be republished. Note that until the main missiology site goes live next year this will be the only means of accessing these articles.
Thursday, 10 September 2009
With new academic year due to begin in the next few weeks I thought it would be good to update my visitors on recent and forthcoming developments across the “Theology on the Web” websites.
File Formats for Articles
Over the last few months I’ve been experimenting with different formats for the articles I upload. Since I began in 2001 I’ve scanned, OCR’d and then proof-read all the articles that I’ve placed online. This produces very clear text and very small file sizes, but it does have the disadvantage of being very time consuming as well as introducing typos.
The situation is at present that I have a full-time job in a Christian charity, a wife and three little boys, so website work must be confined to my lunch hour or late evenings. Although I received over a million visitors each year only 4 of these support the work regularly on a monthly basis. The two advertisers who paid for space on the websites have decided not to renew this year. All this means is that while I still hope to do this work full-time on the sites at some point there is no prospect of this in the near future on the basis of current funding levels. If you would like to support the development of the sites I suggest a number of ways of doing so here.
This has led me to change the format of the articles I upload to scanned PDF’s with OCR’d text. These retain the original layout, can be searched, cut and pasted and appear in search engines. They can be produced very quickly (I could scan and place online an entire book in a few hours) but the file size is around 15-20 times larger a word-processed version. A few people have complained about this change, but I would rather have the material available now rather in several years time (if ever) even if the format does not please everyone.
New (old!) Journals Online
I have recently completed the entire 11 volumes of the Bulletin of the Evangelical Theological Society and will be integrating the articles into my site in the next few weeks. Vox Evangelica (which I began working on in 2006) should be complete by the end of next week. I have recently completed a table of contents for the Theological Students Fellowship (TSF) Bulletin (UK) and a number of these articles are now online. Anvil journal recently allowed me to publish around 27 of its articles and these are appearing as permissions from the authors are received. I am now working on a table of contents for Themelios (1962-1974) when it was published by IFES. I hope to be able to place many of these articles online as well in due course in partnership with Tyndale House and the Gospel Coalition.
Due to my present workload the launch of this site has been put back until sometime next year.
That’s all for now. Remember to subscribe to the site feeds to received the latest news. Thanks for visiting!
Monday, 25 May 2009
Martin Goldsmith, “The Genius of Roland Allen,” Evangel 7.3 (Autumn 1989): 11-13.
Monday, 18 May 2009
This is an important article for anyone studying the history of Christian missions in the Victorian period.
Tuesday, 31 March 2009
Colin Chapman, "Going Soft on Islam?" Vox Evangelica 19 (1989): 7-32.