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The Evangelical Review

of Theology & Politics

Volume 7, 2019

The Evangelical Review, Volume 1, (2013)

The Evangelical Review, Volume 2, (2014)

TER Vol 2, (2014) ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ Conference Papers

The Evangelical Review, Volume 3, (2015)

TER Vol 3, (2015) ‘Christianity & Culture’ Conference Papers

The Evangelical Review, Volume 4, (2016)

The Evangelical Review, Volume 5, (2017)

TER Vol 5, (2017) ‘Purge the Old Leaven’ Essay Series

The Evangelical Review, Volume 6, (2018)

The Evangelical Review, Volume 7, (2019)

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THE EVANGELICAL REVIEW OF THEOLOGY & POLITICS
VOL. 7, 2019

ARTICLES

Article
David Muthukumar S.,
‘History as Revelation and Divine Discourse in History:
A Postfoundationalist Anchoring of Scriptural Authority’

KEY WORDS
||  Revelation ||  Scriptural Authority ||  Postfoundationalism ||
||  Epistemology ||  History as Revelation ||  Divine Discourse ||

ABSTRACT
Is it even legitimate to talk about scriptural authority in the postmodern context where metanarratives are rendered obsolete; or, do we need to rely on a circular appeal to scripture to validate its own claims? This essay grapples with the issue of revisioning the scriptural authority by challenging the epistemic presuppositions of foundationalist and nonfoundationalist methods to construct a post-foundationalist conception through a dialectical interaction between these suppositions. This thesis will argue that while Wolfhart Pannenberg’s theological methodology confines the scope of propositional revelation to only history (manifestational revelation), Nicholas Wolterstorff’s Divine Discourse limits propositional revelation to only divine speech (nonmanifestational), by reading them dialectically, we can arrive at a viable postfoundationalist position that enables us to understand scriptural authority without succumbing to foundationalist or nonfoundationalist binary.

Uploaded//Published : May 6, 2019 | ERTP Vol 7, 2018, pages, A1-22

REVIEW ARTICLES

Review Article
‘Multidimensional Monism:’
Veli-Matti Kärkäinen’s Proposal for a New Theological Anthropology

Veli-Matti Kärkäinen, Christ and Reconciliation: A Constructive Christian Theology for the Pluralistic World
Vol. 1, Christ and Reconciliation; Vol. 2, Trinity and Revelation; Vol. 3, Creation and Humanity; Vol. 4, Spirit and Salvation; Vol. 5, Hope and Community.
Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. 2013-2016.

KEY WORDS
||  Multidimensional monism ||  Theological anthropology ||  Constructive theology ||

Reviewed by Viktor J Tóth

Uploaded/Published : January 1, 2019 | ERTP Vol 7, 2019, pages, RA1-12.

BOOK REVIEWS.

Review
Karl Barth,
A Unique Time of God: Karl Barth’s WWI Sermons.
Translated and edited by William Klempa
Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2016.

Reviewed by Daniel L. Stevenson, Jr.

Uploaded/Published : January 1, 2019 | ERTP Vol 7, 2019, pages, BR1-2.

Review
Tommy Givens,
We the People: Israel and the Catholicity of Jesus.
Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press, 2014

Reviewed by Esteban Miranda.

Uploaded/Published : January 1, 2019 | ERTP Vol 7, 2019, pages, BR3-6.

Review
David Elliot,
Hope and Christian Ethics (New Studies in Christian Ethics)
Cambridge University Press: New York, 2017.

Reviewed by Agnes Chiu.

Uploaded/Published : January 1, 2019 | ERTP Vol 7, 2019, pages, BR7-10.

Review
Barna Group,
Barna Trends 2018:
What’s New and What’s Nextat the Intersection of Faith and Culture
.
Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books. 2017.

Reviewed by Joyce del Rosario.

Uploaded/Published : January 1, 2019 | ERTP Vol 7, 2019, pages, BR11-14.

Review
William C. Mattison III.,
The Sermon on the Mount and Moral Theology: A Virtue Perspective.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017.

Reviewed by Stephen M. Vantassel.

Uploaded/Published : March 2, 2019 | ERTP Vol 7, 2019, pages, BR15-16.

Review
P. Travis Kroeker,
Messianic Political Theology and Diaspora Ethics: Essays in Exile.
Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2017.

Reviewed by Aaron Perry.

Uploaded/Published : March 21, 2019 | ERTP Vol 7, 2019, pages, BR17-20.



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The Evangelical Review ~ Vol. 7, 2019

Contents ~ Pagination

Articles


David Muthukumar S.

A1-22





Review Articles


Viktor Tóth (on Kärkäinen)

RA1-12



Book Reviews


Review of Barth

BR1-2

Review of Givens

BR3-6

Review of Elliot

BR7-10

Review of Barna Group

BR11-14

Review of Mattison

BR15-16

Review of Kroeker

BR17-20