Volume 27, March 2019

8 10, 2019

Review of Keener, Spirit Hermeneutics: Reading Scripture in Light of Pentecost

2019-10-08T19:25:14+02:00Oct 8th, 2019|

Craig Keener is one of the most influential Biblical Scholars in contemporary conservative Christianity currently serving as FM and Ada Thompson Professor of the New Testament at Asbury Theological Seminary. ...

8 10, 2019

The Axiology of Qohelet and Life ‘Under the Sun’: What is Good for Us to Do?

2019-10-08T19:25:20+02:00Oct 8th, 2019|

Many readers of the Book of Ecclesiastes have concluded that Qohelet (the ‘Preacher’) teaches that life ‘under the sun’ is meaningless or worthless. The aim of this paper is to ...

8 10, 2019

The Interface Between the Doctrines of Divine Foreknowledge and Human Free Will: Judas Iscariot as a Test Case

2019-10-08T19:25:22+02:00Oct 8th, 2019|

The New Testament indicates that Judas Iscariot’s betrayal of Jesus was foreknown by God and by Jesus, and that it was in fulfilment of Scripture, and yet at the same ...

8 10, 2019

Epistemic, Historical and Theological Backtrackings of Orthodox Church Tradition as authority in relation to the Ukrainian-Russian Heritage and Modernity

2019-10-08T19:25:29+02:00Oct 8th, 2019|

The life and ministry of every Christian are profoundly shaped by a particular ecclesial tradition. Different interpretations of the extra-canonical teaching of the church tradition have remained a debated topic ...

8 10, 2019

Re-thinking Mission, Missions and Money: A Focus on the Baptist Church in Central Africa

2019-10-08T19:25:32+02:00Oct 8th, 2019|

The African church has the highest increase in numbers compared to the west, and yet it is the least contributor to world missions. This paper analyses the issue of disparity ...

8 10, 2019

Desperation in an Attempt to Curb Modern-Day Prophets: Pentecostalisation and the Church in South Africa and Zimbabwe

2019-10-08T19:25:40+02:00Oct 8th, 2019|

Pentecostalism continues to spread in Africa like a veld fire. This paper will pay attention to the phenomenon’s pervasive presence in South Africa and Zimbabwe. The new forms of pentecostalisation, ...

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