Journal of Modern Ministry covers a wide spectrum of topics that are applicable to anyone wishing to pursue good Christian living. Highly accessible to all, this journal contains practical information on all aspects of life, as well as a vast array of theological materials.
Founded by senior writer Dr. Jay Adams, the Journal of Modern Ministry was first published in May 2004 with two issues, and continued in 2006 with three issues planned each year. The extraordinary group of ministering author-editors involved in this journal also solicit articles from the finest men known today for their uncompromising biblical emphasis, and receive from lesser known writers articles they believe worthy of publication.
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- Variety of topics covered
- Ideal for scholars, pastors, and students
- One Ministry of the Word-Part One: The Biblical Record, Mann
- Time for an About Face in our Communing, Burrelli
- A Serious Question, Adams
- Helping People with Crippling Fear, Priolo
- Loving “in absentia” Worksheet, Priolo
- Loving an “Ex” from Afar, Priolo
- Postmarital Checkup Questions, Priolo
- When Does a Human Being Begin?, Magee
- A Mormon Believes in “Jesus”, Backus
- Sunday Morning Sins, DeJong
- The Little Lamb, Adams
- John D. Street
- S. Lance Quinn
- Louis P. Priolo
- William E. Slattery
- Steven R. Vogel, M.D.
- Kevin M. Backus
- Donn R. Arms
- Title: Journal of Modern Ministry, Vol. 5 Issue 1 Winter 2008
- Editor: Jay E. Adams
- Publisher: Timeless Texts
- Publication Date: 2008
- Pages: 148
About Jay E. Adams
Jay E. Adams is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University, where he majored in Greek and received the A.B. degree. He earned a B.D. from the Reformed Episcopal Seminary, the S.T.M from the Temple University School of Theology in Homiletics under Andrew W. Blackwood, and the Ph.D from the University of Missouri. He also did graduate work at the Pittsburgh-Xenia Theological Seminary and held a post-doctoral fellowship in Psychology at the University of Illinois under O. Hobart Mowrer. Adams and his wife, Betty Jane, live in Spartanburg County, near Woodruff, South Carolina, and they have four children.