Latest Issue of Southeastern Theological Review Now Available

remthologizingSummer 2013 issue of Southeastern Theological Review (STR) is now available. STR is a refereed journal of evangelical scholarship sponsored by the faculty of Southeastern Seminary. The journal’s editor is Heath Thomas, who directs the Ph.D. program and teaches Old Testament at SEBTS. This issue of STR is dedicated to interacting with Kevin Vanhoozer’s recent book Remythologizing Theology: Divine Action, Passion, and Authorship (Cambridge University Press, 2010). Many readers will know that Vanhoozer is arguably the most influential evangelical theologian in North America. The guest editor for this volume of STR is Mark Bowald of Redeemer University College in Ancaster, Ontario, Canada. The table of contents is as follows:

Introduction to the Volume – Heath Thomas (pp. 1-2)

A Generous Reformer: Kevin Vanhoozer’s Place in Evangelicalism – Mark Bowald (pp. 3-9)

A Critical Appreciation of Kevin Vanhoozer’s Remythologizing Theology – Stephen J. Wellum (pp. 11-29)

Remythologizing, Projection, and Belief: A Reply to Vanhoozer – Oliver D. Crisp (pp. 31-40)

God, Plurality, and Theological Method: A Response to Kevin Vanhoozer’s Remythologizing Theology – John R. Franke (pp. 41-51)

Honest to God, a Voice from Heaven? Communicative Theism in Vanhoozer’s Remythologizing Theology – Fred Sanders (pp. 53-65)

Vanhoozer Responds to the Four Horsemen of an Apocalyptic Panel Discussion on Remythologizing Theology – Kevin J. Vanhoozer (pp. 67-82)

In addition to the essays, the journal contains numerous book reviews from SEBTS faculty members and other scholars including John Wilsey, Christoph Stenschke, Allen Gehring, Mark Gignilliat, Kevin Chen, Jason T. LeCureux, Marc Pugliese, Ian Rottenberg, Mark Bowald, and Randy McKinion.

We hope you’ll consider subscribing to Southeastern Theological Review.

 

 

Southeastern Theological Review

We at Between the Times would like to make you aware of a recent development at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. In 2010, we launched a new journal, Southeastern Theological Review (STR), which seeks to “facilitate lively and informed conversations on a wide variety of topics of interest to Christians around the globe.” STR is published biannually, and features articles by young and established scholars from inside and outside the United States, including those actively involved in denominational life that extends beyond the Southern Baptist Convention. Further, STR aims to help the church think well and deeply across the theological disciplines: biblical theology, historical theology, systematic theology, philosophical theology, and practical theology. We pray that this approach to theological review will indeed equip the church to serve the Lord Jesus Christ and fulfill the Great Commission. My friend Heath Thomas is the übercompetent editor.

The Winter 2011 volume (vol. 2, no. 2) of STR has now been issued with the theme “Mission, Discipleship, and Hermeneutics.” The contents and contributors are:

“Mission, Discipleship, and Hermeneutics: Introducing the Current Volume” by Heath Thomas, STR Editor (Assistant Professor of Old Testament, SEBTS)

“A Light to the Nations: The Missional Church and the Biblical Story,” STR Interviews Michael Goheen

“A Review Essay of Michael Goheen, A Light to the Nations: The Missional Church and the Biblical Story” by Bruce Riley Ashford (Associate Professor of Theology and Culture, SEBTS)

“Theology in Action: Paul, the Poor, and Christian Mission” by Jason B. Hood (Scholar-in-Residence and Director of Christ College residency program)

“How to Do Things with Meaning in Biblical Interpretation” by Richard S. Briggs (Lecturer in OT and Director of Biblical Studies at Cranmer Hall, St. John’s College, Durham)

“Isaiah 6 in Its Context” by Robert L. Cole (Associate Professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages, SEBTS)

STR also features several concise, critical book reviews in each issue. Between the Times will keep you updated on the new issues when they come out. But in order to fully appreciate its contents, we invite you to check out the STR website, here, and subscribe to the journal. We think your ministry in and for the church will be encouraged as a result.