Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Expository Times TOC 122/7, 1 April 2011


Trends and Directions in Reformed Theology
Dirkie Smit
The Expository Times 2011;122 313-326

Christian Theology Today: An Appreciative Response to David Fergusson's
Review of Christianity and Creation and Jesus of Nazareth (Exp Tim, April
James P. Mackey
The Expository Times 2011;122 327-334

Urban Theology and the Bible: J. W. Rogerson and John Vincent, The City in
Biblical Perspective (London: Equinox, 2009. {pound}15.99. pp. x + 122.
ISBN: 978-1-84553-290-1)
Richard A. Davis
The Expository Times 2011;122 334

Variant Readings of New Testament Greek Manuscripts
Paul Foster
The Expository Times 2011;122 335-337

Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Early Judaism: Lawrence H. Schiffman,
Qumran and Jerusalem: Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls and the History of
Judaism (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans 2010. {pound}23.99. pp xx + 483.
ISBN: 978-0-8028-4976-2)
Craig A. Evans
The Expository Times 2011;122 337

1st May: 2nd Sunday of Easter: John 20: 19-31
Russell Barr
The Expository Times 2011;122 338-339

8th May: 3rd Sunday of Easter Back to the Old Testament
Alan Le Grys
The Expository Times 2011;122 340-341

15th May: 4th Sunday of Easter: The Watering Down of the Message
Julie Woods
The Expository Times 2011;122 342-343

22nd May: 5th Sunday of Easter: The Living Stone and the Living Stones
Eric McKimmon
The Expository Times 2011;122 343-345

29th May: 6th Sunday of Easter
Mark Harris
The Expository Times 2011;122 345-347

The Study of Biblical and Relevant Worship: Constance M. Cherry, The
Worship Architect: A Blueprint for Designing Culturally Relevant and
Biblically Faithful Services (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic 2010. $22.99.
pp. 336. ISBN: 978-0-8010-3874-7)
Ruth Innes
The Expository Times 2011;122 347

Resources for All-Age Worship in May
Sally Foster-Fulton
The Expository Times 2011;122 348-351

Book Review: Churches for the Future: Martyn Atkins, Resourcing Renewal:
Shaping Churches for the Emerging Future (London: Epworth, 2010.
{pound}14.99. pp. 280. ISBN: 978-0-716-20668-2)
Anderson Jeremiah
The Expository Times 2011;122 352

Book Review: An Updated Bible Atlas: Barry J. Beitzel (ed.), The New Moody
Atlas of the Bible (Moody, 2009. $49.99. pp. 304 ISBN: 978-0-8024-0441-1)
Jason Atkinson
The Expository Times 2011;122 352-353

Book Review: A Best Buy in a Crowded Market: Stephen Dawes, The Psalms -
SCM Studyguide (London: SCM, 2010. {pound}16.99. pp. 245. ISBN:
Susan Gillingham
The Expository Times 2011;122 353-354

Book Review: The Importance of Complexity: Thomas Dixon, Geoffrey Cantor,
and Stephen Pumphrey (eds), Science and Religion: New historical
perspectives (Cambridge: CUP, 2010. {pound}55.00. pp. 317. ISBN:
Michael Fuller
The Expository Times 2011;122 354

Book Review: A Single Story of Asceticism in the Greco-Roman Religious
World: Richard Finn OP, Asceticism in the Graeco-Roman World (Cambridge:
CUP, 2009. {pound}16.99. pp. 182. ISBN: 978-0-521-68154-4)
Crystal Lubinsky
The Expository Times 2011;122 354-355

Book Review: Psychodynamic Christianity?: Oliver Forshaw, Personhood and
Christianity in Psychodynamic and Corporate Perspective (Cambridge:
Lutterworth Press, 2010. {pound}25.00. pp. 311. ISBN: 978-07188-9229-6)
Nigel Zimmermann
The Expository Times 2011;122 355-356

Book Review: Stanley Hauerwas - A Personal Memoir: Stanley Hauerwas,
Hannah's Child: A Theologian's Memoir (London: SCM Press, 2010.
{pound}19.99, pp. 288. ISBN 978-0-334-04368-3)
Richard A. Davis
The Expository Times 2011;122 356

Book Reviews: Text Dynamics and Hebrew Prophecy: Elizabeth R. Hayes, The
Pragmatics of Perception and Cognition in MT Jeremiah 1:1-6:30 (BZAW 380;
Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2008. {euro}68.00. pp. 272. ISBN:
Marilyn Burton
The Expository Times 2011;122 356-357

Book Review: 2 Samuel 7: A Well-Connected Text: Petri Kasari, Nathan's
Promise in 2 Samuel 7 and Related Texts (Publications of the Finnish
Exegetical Society 97; Helsinki. 2009. pp. 324. ISBN: 978-951-9217-52-9)
Graeme Auld
The Expository Times 2011;122 357

Book Review: An Assessment of Contemporary Models of Trinitarian Theology:
Thomas H. McCall, Which Trinity? Whose Monotheism? Philosophical and
Systematic Theologians on the Metaphysics of Trinitarian Theology (Grand
Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans, 2010. pp. 256. ISBN: 978-0-8028-6270-9)
Simon J.G. Burton
The Expository Times 2011;122 357-358

Book Review: Essays On Specific Features of the Language of the Papyri:
T.V. Evans & D.D. Obbink (eds), The Language of the Papyri (Oxford: OUP,
2010. {pound}65.00. pp. 362. ISBN: 978-0-19-923708-1)
Thomas J. Kraus
The Expository Times 2011;122 358

Book Review: Identifying the Literal Sense: G. Sujin Pak, The Judaizing
Calvin: Sixteenth Century Debates over the Messianic Psalms (Oxford Studies
in Historical Theology; New York: OUP, 2010. $65.00. pp. 192. ISBN:
Mark D. Thompson
The Expository Times 2011;122 358-359

Book Review: Healing Atonement of the Holy Spirit: Andrew Sung Park, Triune
Atonement: Christ's Healing for Sinners, Victims, and the Whole Creation
(Louisville, Kentucky: Westminster John Knox Press, 2009. {pound}12.99. pp.
108. ISBN: 978-0-664-23347-1)
Jing Wei
The Expository Times 2011;122 359

Book Review: Reading Into Matthew What Is Not There (But Some Think Should
Be): Mark Allan Powell (ed.), Methods for Matthew (Methods in Biblical
Interpretation; Cambridge: CUP, 2009. {pound}16.99. pp. 261. ISBN
Roland Deines
The Expository Times 2011;122 360-361

Book Review: Philonic Studies: Allegory, Visio Dei, Perspective: David T.
Runia and Gregory Sterling (eds), The Studia Philonica Annual: Studies in
Hellenistic Judaism. Volume XXI (Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature,
2009. pp. 161. ISBN: 978-1-58983-443-9)
Jane Heath
The Expository Times 2011;122 361

Index of Books Reviewed

The Expository Times 2011;122 362-363

The Word of Ward: Keith Ward, The Word of God? The Bible after modern
scholarship, (London: SPCK, 2010. {pound}9.99. pp. 160. ISBN:
Mark Harris
The Expository Times 2011;122 363

And Finally. . . "Tight lines!"
Graham Forbes
The Expository Times 2011;122 364

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