Examine key biblical passages, cultural issues, and theological themes from a conservative perspective with the Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal. Contributors provide rigorous scholarship on a variety of topics, arguing meticulously for positions congruent with the Baptist theological tradition. Producing 18 volumes from 1996 to 2014, Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary’s distinguished journal is edited by William W. Combs, and presents work from leading scholars, including Roland D. McCune, Gerald L. Priest, Mark A. Snoeberger, and Andrew David Naselli.
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