Themelios is an international evangelical theological journal that expounds and defends the historic Christian faith. Its primary audience is theological students and pastors, though scholars read it as well. It was formerly a print journal operated by RTSF/UCCF in the United Kingdom, and it became a digital journal operated by The Gospel Coalition in 2008. The new editorial team, led by D.A. Carson, seeks to preserve representation, in both essayists and reviewers, from both sides of the Atlantic. Each issue contains articles on important theological themes, as well as book reviews and discussion from the most important evangelical voices of our time.
“Abraham offers his panacea: ‘my favoured category is that of means of grace.’31 The authority of Scripture is part of soteriology. Under the label ‘canonical heritage’ it is part of the many things the Holy Spirit introduces and uses to vivify and nurture the Church.” (Pages 24–25)
“What is refutation? Refutation is not just saying I disagree with you, or giving a contradictory opinion. It is demonstrating where and how those who disagree with sound teaching actually do disagree with it.” (Page 11)
“I suggest the principle of canon, that there is a body of teaching incorporating the word of God that binds the conscience of the faithful, is not the same as the exact delineation of its contours.” (Page 22)
“Christian contentment is not self-sufficiency but Christ-sufficiency in any and every situation.” (Page 4)
“The fear of subjectivity in individual experience is counterbalanced by the communal dimension” (Page 35)
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