Wednesday, February 4, 2015

JTI 8.2 (Fall 2014)

"These Are the Days of Elijah": The Hermeneutical Move from "Applying the Text" to "Living in Its World"

157

Richard S. Briggs

Theological Interpretation and the Bible as Public Text

175

Angus Paddison

Ricoeur and Ratzinger on Biblical History and Hermeneutics

193

Aaron Pidel, S.J.

"You Will Be Children of the Most High": An Inquiry into Luke's Narrative Account of Theosis

213

Aaron J. Kuecker

To Fear and Not to Fear the Creator God: A Theological and Therapeutic Interpretation of Luke 12:4–34

229

F. Scott Spencer

When Considering Creation, Simply Follow the Rule (of Faith): Patristic Exegesis of Romans 8:19–22 and the Theological Interpretation of Scripture

251

Steven W. Tyra

The Means and End in 2 Peter 1:3–11: The Theological and Moral Significance of Theōsis

275

Wyndy Corbin Reuschling

Beyond Theological Metaphysics: Reason, Religion, and History in the Hermeneutics of Heikki Räisänen

287

James B. Pendleton

Reading the "Logic of Love" in the Old Testament

299

Richard E. Cornell and Tom Holsinger-Friesen

JTI 8.1 (Spring 2014)

Kerygma and Community: A Response to R. W. L. Moberly's Revisiting of Bultmann

1

David W. Congdon

The Beginnings of a Theology of Luke–Acts: Divine Activity and Human Response

23

Joshua W. Jipp

"Nothing beyond What Is Written"? 1 Corinthians and the Hermeneutics of Early Christian Theologia

45

David I. Starling

Thomas Aquinas, 2 Corinthians 5, and the Christian Hope for Life after Death

63

Jason Hentschel

Divine Ordinances and Life-Giving Remedies: Galatians in the Writings of Cyprian of Carthage

81

Edwina Murphy

You Are Filled in Him: Theosis and Colossians 2–3

103

Ben C. Blackwell

Paul's "Anti-Christology" in 2 Thessalonians 2:3–12 in Canonical Context

125

Andy Johnson

The Untold History of Modern Biblical Scholarship's Pre-Enlightenment Secular Origins

145

Jeffrey L. Morrow

JTI 7.2 (Fall 2013)

Effective History and the Cultivation of Wise Interpreters

153

Stephen Fowl

Using the Fathers

163

R. R. Reno

Reception History as a Challenge to Biblical Theology

171

John Riches

At the Margins of the Rule of Faith: Reflections on the Reception History of Problematic Texts and Themes

187

John L. Thompson

"Who Is This?" Narration of the Divine Identity of Jesus in Matthew 21:10–17

199

Andrew E. Nelson

In the Glory of His Father: Intertextuality and the Apocalyptic Son of Man in the Gospel of Mark

213

Joshua E. Leim

The Rule of Faith: Tracing Its Origins

233

Tomas Bokedal

"Redemption-Acquisition": The Marriage of Ruth as a Theological Commentary on Yahweh and Yahweh's People

257

Brad Embry

Fire in the Water: Baptismal Aptness and Ecology in the Petrine Epistles

275

Eugene R. Schlesinger

Immortality in Romans 2:6–11

295

J. de Waal Dryden

JTI 7.1 (Spring 2013)

Jonathan Edwards, Paul, and the Priority of Holiness: A Variant Reading

1

Catherine Sider Hamilton

Which Version of the Twelve Prophets Should Christians Read? A Case for Reading the LXX Twelve Prophets

21

Bo H. Lim

Following the Church Fathers: An Intertextual Path from Psalm 107 to Isaiah, Jonah, and Matthew 8:23–27

37

Timothy J. Stone

Fusion-Point Hermeneutics: A Theological Interpretation of Saul's Rejection in Light of the Shema as the Rule of Faith

57

Ming Him Ko

Theological Interpretation and the Spiritual Sense of Scripture: Henri de Lubac's Retrieval of a Christological Hermeneutic of Presence

79

Kevin Storer

The "Johannine Thunderbolt" in Luke 10:22: Toward an Appreciation of Luke's Narrative Sequence

97

Mathew E. Sousa

"Present and Accommodated For": Calvin's God on Mount Sinai

115

Michael H. Kibbe

Theological Commentary: A Diversifying Enterprise

133

Tim Meadowcroft