Monthly Archives: September 2015

Constantine again

By jps The church’s historical temptation is to make “kingdom” public by aligning itself with the state or the powers of culture, often called the Constantinian Temptation. In the United States, both the Moral Majority (or the Christian Coalition) and the Christian progressives have succumbed to Constantine; that is they are tempted …read more

Constantine again

By jps The church’s historical temptation is to make “kingdom” public by aligning itself with the state or the powers of culture, often called the Constantinian Temptation. In the United States, both the Moral Majority (or the Christian Coalition) and the Christian progressives have succumbed to Constantine; that is they are tempted …read more

Theology Award Winners, 2014-2015. Plus an Invitation to Instructors

By ZA Blog Did you know Zondervan Academic partners with colleges, universities, and seminaries to recognize students for outstanding achievement in the study of theology?
To find out how your school can participate in the Zondervan Theology Award program, please contact Joshua Kessler (joshua.kessler@harpercollins.com).
And please join us in congratulating the 2014-2015 winners.
Theology Award Winners, …read more

Journal of Theological Interpretation 9.2

By Danny Zacharias The Old Testament and the Church after Christendom159Stephen B. Chapman Rethinking Suspicion: A Canonical-Agrarian Reading of Isaiah 65185Daniel J. Stulac Interpretation, Not Repetition:Reflections on Bultmann as a Theological Reader of Paul201John M. G. Barclay “Was St. Thomas Crucified for You?”1 Corinthians 1:12–13 and the Premodern Critique of Theological Schools of …read more

A Shared, Yet Strangely Comforting Delusion: Cognizing Minds, Theorizing Exegesis, and Scholarship as Readerly Constructed Intentionality

By Philip L. Tite By Philip L. TiteI have recently been working through Hugo Lundhaug’s wonderful book, Images of Rebirth: Cognitive Poetics and Transformational Soteriology in the Gospel of Philip and the Exegesis on the Soul (NHMS, 73; Leiden: Brill, 2010). In this book, Lundhaug applies cognitive science of religion (CSR) to the study …read more