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Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal Update, Volume 19 (2014)

Overview

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. This volume is edited by William W. Combs, and presents work from leading scholars, including Mark A. Snoeberger, Benjamin G. Edwards, Matthew A. Postiff, and Jon Pratt.

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Key Features

  • Presents leading Baptist scholarship
  • Provides rigorous scholarship on a variety of topics
  • Offers a conservative Baptist perspective on contemporary theological questions

Contents and Contributors

  • “The Chief Exercise of Faith: John Calvin and the Practice of Prayer” by John Aloisi
  • “Spirit-Filling in Ephesians 5:18 by William W. Combs
  • “A Tale of Two Kingdoms: The Struggle for the Spirituality of the Church and the Genius of the Dispensational System” by Mark A. Snoeberger
  • “Being Jesus, Missio Dei, and Kingdom Work: An Analysis, Critique, and Proposal for Modern Approaches to Holistic Ministry” by Benjamin G. Edwards
  • “From Heaven He Came and Sought Her: Definite Atonement in Historical, Biblical, Theological, and Pastoral Perspective: A Review Article” by Matthew A. Postiif
  • “Canon Revisited: Establishing the Origins and Authority of the New Testament Books: A Review Article” by Jon Pratt

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