Managing Editor’s Note -- By: Anonymous

Journal: Grace Theological Journal
Volume: GTJ 12:2 (Fall 1991)
Article: Managing Editor’s Note
Author: Anonymous


Managing Editor’s Note

On March 20-21, 1992, the Midwest Regional Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society took place at Grace Theological Seminary in Winona Lake, Indiana. The theme for the conference was Law and the Gospel. This issue of GTJ consists of papers, some in revised form, presented at the five plenary sessions and one workshop. We thank the presenters for their willingness to offer these papers for publication. A variety of viewpoints was presented on the theme of the conference and positions espoused in these papers are not necessarily those of the GTJ committee or Grace Theological Seminary. These papers are being offered to our reading public due to the interest today in this topic and the quality of the material presented.

We regret that in our previous number, 12:1 (Spring 1991), the final two lines of “The Soteriology of James 2:14, ” by Gale Z. Heide, were not printed. The concluding paragraph to the article should read:

Finally, as students of the Bible, we must continually recognize that encounters such as these are not exercises in futility, but rather are a blessing to our soul as we grow in Christian maturity and become more familiar with the Word of God. We must continually approach the Bible as our main sustenance, our “daily bread.” We can only know our God as well as we study and learn about Him in the Self-revelation of His Word.

Our apologies have been extended to the author for this printing error.

It is with regret that we announce that the Grace Theological Journal ceases publication with this issue as a result of changes in the philosophy of seminary education and personnel at Grace Theological Seminary. I wish to thank Dr. Donald L. Fowler, Dr. Gary T. Meadors and especially our Administrative Assistant, Mrs. Rebecca A. Inman, who have served faithfully with me these last two years of publication as the committee overseeing the GTJ operation. Much has been accomplished through the efforts of a small group.

Persons with outstanding subscriptions will be reimbursed automatically by Grace Schools subsequent to the mailing of Issue 12:2. It may take several months for this process to be completed. Please do not write for reimbursement unless there is an address change that needs to be made or a reasonable time has elapsed after receiving 12:2. Persons wishing back issues from our inventory may purchase those at the following prices:

Issues 1:1–7:2 are $2.00 each (except 3:1–2, which are out of print, and the larger 6:2 issue).

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