Westminster Theological Journal

May 01, 2013

Spring Issue is Now Available

The Spring issue of the Westminster Theological Journal will soon arrive in subscribers' homes. Westminster contributors include faculty members Vern Poythress, Lane Tipton, Brandon Crowe, and K. Scott Oliphint; alumni James W. Scott and Moises Silva; and students Todd Scacewater, Paul Maxwell, Carlton Wynne, and Jeffrey Waddington.

The Westminster Theological Journal (WTJ), published semi-annually, is one of America’s premier conservative theological journals, specializing in all aspects of theology, church history, and biblical interpretation. The Journal’s inaugural issue appeared in 1938, making it one of America’s oldest continuous running theological journals. The Journal exists to further Reformed theological scholarship and through it to serve the ministers and members of Presbyterian and Reformed churches. Each issue includes a number of scholarly articles and book reviews by seminary faculty, scholars active in their fields, and graduate students.

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Spring, 2013

Historical and Theological Studies

Inaugural Lecture for the Installation of Dr. Lane Tipton in the Krahe Chair for Systematic Theology
Biblical Theology and the Westminster Standards Revisited: Union with Christ and Justification Sola Fide
            Lane G. Tipton

Machen’s Lost Work on the Presbyterian Conflict, Part II: The Literary Evidence
            James W. Scott

The Understanding of Gisbertus Voetius and René Descartes on the Relationship of Faith and Reason, and Theology and Philosophy
            B. Hoon Woo

Adam versus Claims from Genetics
            Vern S. Poythress

Why Lying Is Always Wrong: The Uniqueness of Verbal Deceit
            Vern S. Poythress

Biblical Studies

Royal Names: Naming and Wordplay in Isaiah 7
            Greg Goswell

Fulfillment in Matthew as Eschatological Reversal
            Brandon D. Crowe

The Predictive Nature of Typology in John 12:37-43
            Todd A. Scacewater

Analyzing the Apostle Paul's “Robust Conscience”: Identifying and Engaging the Psychological Concerns of Krister Stendahl's Inceptive Article
            Paul C. Maxwell

Reviews of Books

Biblical Studies

John H. Walton with Kelly Lemon Vizcaino, Job
            Stephen P. Lewis

Charles E. Hill and Michael J. Kruger, eds., The Early Text of the New Testament
           Brandon D. Crowe

Barbara Aland et al., eds., Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece, 28th revised edition
            Brandon D. Crowe

Jonathan T. Pennington, Reading the Gospels Wisely: A Narrative and Theological Introduction
            Brandon D. Crowe

Martinus C. de Boer, Galatians: A Commentary
            Moisés Silva

Graeme Goldsworthy, Christ-Centered Biblical Theology: Hermeneutical Foundations and Principles
Todd A. Scacewater

Historical and Theological Studies

Brannon Ellis, Calvin, Classical Trinitarianism, and the Aseity of the Son
K. Scott Oliphint

Aaron C. Denlinger, Omnes in Adam ex Pacto Dei: Ambrogio Catarino’s Doctrine of Covenantal Solidarity and Its Influence on Post-Reformation Reformed Theologians
Ryan M. McGraw

William M. Schweitzer, God Is a Communicative Being: Divine Communicativeness and Harmony in the Theology of Jonathan Edwards
Jeffrey C. Waddington

Paul C. Gutjahr, Charles Hodge: Guardian of American Orthodoxy
W. Andrew Hoffecker, Charles Hodge: The Pride of Princeton
            Peter J. Wallace

James Eglinton, Trinity and Organism: Towards a New Reading of Herman Bavinck’s Organic Motif
            R. Carlton Wynne

Steven Knowles, Beyond Evangelicalism: The Theological Methodology of Stanley J. Grenz
Mark J. Farnham

Alvin Plantinga, Where the Conflict Really Lies: Science, Religion, & Naturalism
K. Scott Oliphint 

Stephen D. Boyer and Christopher A. Hall, The Mystery of God: Theology for Knowing the Unknowable
            Ronald T. Michener 

Peter Kreeft, Between Allah and Jesus: What Christians Can Learn from Muslims
            Benjamin B. DeVan

Short Notices

Daniel I. Block, Deuteronomy

Murray J. Harris, Prepositions and Theology in the Greek New Testament: An Essential Reference Resource for Exegesis

Colin G. Kruse, Paul’s Letter to the Romans

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