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The Evangelical Review of Theology & Politics
Vol. 8, 2020

THE EVANGELICAL REVIEW OF THEOLOGY & POLITICS
VOL. 8, 2020

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2020

A single vol., PDF of Vol 8 (2020) will appear here in January 2021

The Evangelical Review ~ Vol. 8, 2020

Contents ~ Pagination

Articles


Jae Yang

A12

Matthew Wong

A13-28



Review Articles






Book Reviews


Review of Carter

BR1-2

Review of Webb & Oeste.

BR3-6

Review of Seney

BR7-10

Review of McKnight

BR11-14

Review of Janssen

BR15-16

Review of Harp

BR17-20

Review of Daniels

BR21-24







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ARTICLES

Jae Yang
‘Pannenberg’s Trinitarian Theology
and the Use of Theological Sources’

Uploaded/Published : March 8, 2020

Matthew Wong
‘A Survey of Evangelical Hermeneutical
Approaches to Conservation’

Uploaded/Published : May 11, 2020

REVIEW ARTICLES

Review Articles will be published here as they become available in 2020


BOOK REVIEWS

Review 2020-01
Craig A. Carter,
Interpreting Scripture with the Great Tradition: Recovering the Genius of Premodern Exegesis.

Reviewed by Emily Buck.

Uploaded/Published : January 1st, 2020

Review 2020-02
William J. Webb and Gordon K. Oeste,
Bloody, Brutal, and Barbaric?
Wrestling with Troubling War Texts
.

Reviewed by Stephen Vantassel.

Uploaded/Published : January 1st, 2020

Review 2020-03
Bill Seney
The Blind Faith Hypothesis: Intellectual Challenge to Naturalism, Theism, Pantheism, Polytheism, and Post-Modernism

Reviewed by Kenneth R. Marple.

Uploaded/Published : January 1st, 2020

Review 2020-04
Scot McKnight
Pastor Paul: Nurturing a Culture of Christoformity in the Church

Reviewed by Aaron Perry.

Uploaded/Published : January 14th, 2020

Review 2020-05
Luke Jeffrey Janssen
Soul-Searching: The Evolution of Judeo-Christian Thinking on the Soul and the Afterlife

Reviewed by Viktor Toth.

Uploaded/Published : January 16th, 2020

Review 2020-06
Giles J Harp
Protestants and American Conservativism:
A Short History

Reviewed by Brendon Michael Norton,.

Uploaded/Published : January 23rd, 2020

Review 2020-07
Elise Daniels
Called to Freedom:Why You Can Be Christian and Libertarian

Reviewed by Jonathan Ashbach.

Uploaded/Published : May 3rd, 2020