Submissions from 2020
Family Ministry: Past, Present, Future, Denise Muir Kjesbo and Lou Y. Cha
Within the family ministry movement, various philosophies, curriculum, conferences, and ministry models have been historically developed for the Christian discipleship of families. These resources and models have become an integral part of ...
Submissions from 2019
The Son of God and Trinitarian Identity Statements, Matthew Owen and John Anthony Dunne
Classical Trinitarians claim that Jesus—the Son of God—is truly God and that there is only one God and the Father is God, the Spirit is God, and the Father, Son, and Spirit are distinct. However, if the identity statement that ‘the Son is G...
Bible Study as Luminous Converting Encounter: Swiss Pietist Initiatives in 19th-Century French Canada, Glen G. Scorgie
This article examines the understanding and use of Scripture in the evangelistic endeavors of “awakened” pietistic francophone Swiss Protestant missionaries in 19th-century French Canada (after 1867, Quebec). It begins by sketching the root...
Submissions from 2018
Filled with the Spirit: Wine and worship in levitical light (Ephesians 5.18-21), John Anthony Dunne
This essay argues that the background of the temple, and particular priestly and levitical activities, explain the logic of Eph. 5.18-21. After setting this text in context and addressing various proposed backgrounds, the proposal of this e...
Relational integration of psychology and Christian theology: Theory, research, and practice, Steven J. Sandage and Jeannine K. Brown
Relational Integration of Psychology and Christian Theology offers an in-depth, interdisciplinary relational framework that integrates theology, psychology, and clinical and other applications. Building on existing models and debates about ...
Submissions from 2015
Is the future of biblical theology story-shaped?, Jeannine K. Brown
This article explores the concept of story for biblical theology, particularly from the perspective of evangelical scholarship. It is suggested that story offers a framework for biblical theology that avoids undue emphasis on propositional ...
Relational integration, part II: Relational integration as developmental and intercultural, Jeannine K. Brown and Steven J. Sandage
In Part II of this two-part manuscript, we continue to outline the contours of a relational integration approach to the relationship between psychology and theology. Part I focused on relational integration as embodied and hermeneutical; he...
Relational integration, part I: Differentiated relationality between psychology and theology, Steven J. Sandage and Jeannine K. Brown
In Part I of a two-part manuscript, we describe the contours of a relational integration approach to the relationship between psychology and theology. This approach builds on the tradition of the integration of psychology and theology but t...
Submissions from 2013
Matthew’s “least of these” theology and subversion of “us/other” categories, Jeannine K. Brown
Submissions from 2012
Converging horizons for relational integration: Differentiation-based collaboration, Steven J. Sandage and Jeannine K. Brown
Submissions from 2010
Creation's renewal in the gospel of John, Jeannine K. Brown
Submissions from 2006
Submissions from 2005
Direct engagement of the reader in Matthew's discourses: Rhetorical techniques and scholarly consensus, Jeannine K. Brown
Matthew's five great discourses move from addressing the story's audience to direct engagement with the reader. The first section of the paper demonstrates that this rhetorical function of the discourses has found widespread agreement among...