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Ex Auditu: An International Journal of Theological Interpretation of Scripture (5 vols.)

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Wipf & Stock 2008–2012

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Ex Auditu: An International Journal of Theological Interpretation of Scripture (5 vols.)
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Overview

Ex Auditu began as the journal incorporating the papers of the Fredrick Neumann Symposium of Princeton Theological Seminary. After the first four volumes, the journal began publishing the papers from the North Park Symposium on the Theological Interpretation of Scripture. The intent from the first has been to provide a forum for doing interdisciplinary theology from a biblical perspective for the benefit of the church. Each annual publication focuses on a topic crucial to the life of today’s church. Additionally, each issue contains an annotated bibliography and a sermon, which makes it a practical guide for pastors.

Ex Auditu: 2008–2012 includes the five latest issues of the journal. Over 40 contemporary theological scholars contributed to these five issues, including Scot McKnight, R. W. L. Moberly, John M. G. Barclay, Ben Witheringon III, William H. Willimon, and others. The volumes contained in this collection discuss “The Idolatry of Security,” “Conversion,” “Atonement,” “Money and Possessions,” and “Family.”

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Key Features

  • Five issues spanning five years
  • Articles from over 40 theological scholars
  • Discussions of contemporary topics

Individual Titles

Ex Auditu: An International Journal of Theological Interpretation of Scripture, vol. 24: The Idolatry of Security

  • Editor: Klyne Snodgrass
  • Publisher: Wipf & Stock
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 218

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Contents

  • Introduction by Klyne Snodgrass
  • “Fear in the Garden: The State of Emergency and the Politics of Blessing” by Scott Bader-Saye
  • “Response to Bader-Saye” by Amy E. Black
  • “‘In God We Trust?’ The Challenge of the Prophets” by R. W. L. Moberly
  • “Response to Moberly” by Robert L. Hubbard, Jr.
  • “Imagining the Unthinkable: Exposing the Idolatry of National Security in Amos” by M. Daniel Carroll R.
  • “Response to Carroll” by Robert D. Haak
  • “Security and Self-Sufficiency: A Comparison of Paul and Epictetus” by John M. G. Barclay
  • “Response to Barclay” by Joel Willitts
  • “Martin Luther’s Teachings on Security in the Psalms and Their Significance for the Art of Reading Scripture“ by G. Sujin Pak
  • “Response to Pak” by Jo Ann Deasy
  • “‘One Who Trusts Will Not Panic’: Providence and the Prophet of Desecuritization” by Jill Carson Colwell
  • “Response to Colwell” by Darrell Cosden
  • “The Radical Insecurity of Idolatry? Or of Faith?” by Randall C. Zachman
  • “Response to Zachman” by Kyle J. A. Small
  • “Homeland Insecurity: The Spiritual Lust for an Escape Clause” by Ben Witherington III
  • “Response to Witherington” by Andy Johnson
  • “Hoofbeats Full of Grace” by Andy Johnson
  • “Security” by William H. Willimon
  • “Protecting God: Psalm 91, Luke 4:1–14” by Brent Laytham

Ex Auditu: An International Journal of Theological Interpretation of Scripture, vol. 25: Conversion

  • Editor: Klyne Snodgrass
  • Publisher: Wipf & Stock
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 236

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Contents

  • Introduction by Stephen J. Chester
  • “Conversion Studies, Pastoral Counseling, and Cultural Studies: Engaging and Embracing a New Paradigm” by Lewis R. Rambo
  • “Response to Rambo” by Phillis Isabella Sheppard
  • “Observations on ‘Conversion’ and the Old Testament” by J. Andrew Dearman
  • “Response to Dearman” by Rajkumar Boaz Johnson
  • “The Conversion of Simon Peter” by Markus Bockmuehl
  • “Response to Bockmuehl” by Michael J. Gorman
  • “Zacchaeus’s Conversion: To Be or Not To Be a Tax Collector (Luke 19:1–10)” by Wyndy Corbin Reuschling
  • “Response to Corbin Reuschling” by Elizabeth Musselman Palmer
  • “Towards Individual and Communal Renewal: Reflections on Luke’s Theology of Conversion“ by Frank D. Macchia
  • “Response to Macchia” by D. Christopher Spinks
  • “Was Paul a Convert?” by Scot McKnight
  • “Response to McKnight” by Eric James Gréaux Sr.
  • “Romans 7 and Conversion in the Protestant Tradition” by Stephen J. Chester
  • “Response to Chester” by Mary Veeneman
  • “Ambrose, Paul, and the Conversion of the Jews” by J. Warren Smith
  • “Response to Smith” by George Kalantzis
  • “I Thank Christ Jesus our Lord: 1 Timothy 1:12–17” by Eric James Gréaux Sr.

Ex Auditu: An International Journal of Theological Interpretation of Scripture, vol. 26: Atonement

  • Editor: Klyne Snodgrass
  • Publisher: Wipf & Stock
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 232

Contents

  • Introduction by Klyne Snodgrass
  • “‘In Him All Things Hold Together’: An Ecology of Atonement” by William P. Brown
  • “Response to Brown” by Michael LeFebvre
  • “Effecting the Covenant: A (Not So) New, New Testament Model for the Atonement” by Michael J. Gorman
  • “Response to Gorman” by Troy Martin
  • “Response to Martin” by Michael J. Gorman
  • “‘Anyone Hung On A Tree Is Under God’s Curse‘ (Deuteronomy 21:23) Jesus’ Crucifixion and Interreligious Exegetical Debate in Late Antiquity” by Peter W. Martens
  • “‘Happily Ever After?’ Paul Peter Waldenström: Be Ye Reconciled to God” by Michelle A. Clifton-Soderstrom
  • “Response to Clifton-Soderstrom” by Timothy L. Johnson
  • “The Social Dimension of Atonement in the Torah“ by Viktor Ber
  • “Response to Ber” by Jeremy J. Wynne
  • “‘To Those Who Were Distant and Those Who Were Near’: Atonement, Identity, and Identification” by Brian Bantum
  • “An Evangelical Feminist Perspective on Traditional Atonement Models” by Linda D. Peacore
  • “Response to Peacore” by Jo Ann Deasy
  • “Saving Bodies: Anagogical Transposition in St. Gregory of Nyssa’s Commentary on the Song of Songs” by Hans Boersma
  • “Ransomed, Healed, Restored, Forgiven (John 5:1–16)” by Carol Norén

Ex Auditu: An International Journal of Theological Interpretation of Scripture, vol. 27: Money and Possessions

  • Editor: Klyne Snodgrass
  • Publisher: Wipf & Stock
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 230

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Contents

  • Introduction by Klyne Snodgrass
  • “A Christian View of Wealth and Possessions: An Old Testament Perspective” by H. G. M. Williamson
  • “Response to Williamson” by James K. Bruckner
  • “Poverty and Paul’s Gospel” by Bruce W. Longenecker
  • “Response to Longenecker” by Aaron Kuecker
  • “A Patristic View of Wealth and Possessions” by Helen Rhee
  • “Response to Rhee” by Bradley Nassif
  • “Blessings, Curses, and the Cross” by Kelly Johnson
  • “Money and Possessions: A Biblical Perspective” by Jonathan J. Bonk
  • “Response to Bonk” by Liz Mosbo VerHage
  • “Decorum and Deeds in 1 Timothy 2:9–10 in Light of Ephesiaca by Zenophon of Ephesus” by Gary G. Hoag
  • “Response to Hoag” by Lyn Nixon
  • “Wealth, Lordless Powers, and the Rule of Christ” by Mark Husbands
  • “Response to Husbands” by William Myatt
  • “Money and Possessions” by William H. Willimon

Ex Auditu: An International Journal of Theological Interpretation of Scripture, vol. 28: Family

  • Editor: Klyne Snodgrass
  • Publisher: Wipf & Stock
  • Publication Date: 2012
  • Pages: 214

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5

Contents

  • Introduction by Stephen J. Chester
  • “Finding Happiness in Family Life: Biblical Reflections” by Stephen C. Barton
  • “Response to Barton” by Luke A. Powery
  • “Imposter Happiness or the Real Thing? Marriage, Singleness, and the Beatitudes in the Twenty-First Century” by Jana Marguerite Bennett
  • “Response to Bennett” by Jo Ann Deasy
  • “Jesus, Paul, and Family Values” by Julie Hanlon Rubio
  • “Response to Rubio” by Michelle A. Clifton-Soderstrom
  • “Tyranny, Authority, Service: Leadership and Headship in the New Testament” by Lynn H. Cohick
  • “Response to Cohick” by Dennis R. Edwards
  • “Revenge, Forgiveness, and Sibling Rivalry: A Theological Dialogue Between Scripture and Science“ by Dennis Olson
  • “Response to Olson” by Jack R. Lunbom
  • “Wives and Daughters: Women, Sex, and Violence in Biblical Tradition” by Caryn A. Reeder
  • “Response to Reeder” by Christopher B. Ansberry
  • “Gerativity, Covenant Witness, and Jesus’ Final Discourse” by Jim Dekker
  • “Response to Dekker” by Linda Cannell
  • “The Use of Scripture in Catholic Social Teaching’s Vision of the Family” by Mary Veeneman
  • “Response to Veeneman” by Erica Olson-Bang
  • “Family Worship (Isaiah 58:1–12)” by Luke A. Powery
  • Annotated Bibliography on Family

Product Details

  • Title: Ex Auditu: 2008–2012
  • Editor: Klyne Snodgrass
  • Publisher: Wipf & Stock
  • Volumes: 5
  • Pages: 1,130

About the Editor

Klyne Snodgrass is Paul W. Brandel Professor of New Testament Studies at North Park Theological Seminary in Chicago, Illinois.