Articles by James A. Townsend

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A Structural Synthesis of Mark 1-8EMJ 08:1 (Summer 1999)
A Structural Synthesis of Mark 9-16EMJ 08:2 (Winter 1999)
A Structural Synthesis of the Book of HebrewsEMJ 09:1 (Summer 2000)
Grace in the Arts: The Limits Of Graciousness A Study of Grace-Resisters in Melville’s “Bartleby the Scrivener” and Maugham’s The Moon and SixpenceJOTGES 02:1 (Spring 1989)
Grace in the Arts: Thomas Hardy: The Tragedy of a Life Without ChristJOTGES 10:1 (Spring 1997)
Dostoevsky And His TheologyJOTGES 10:2 (Autumn 1997)
Grace in the Arts: The Theology Of Leo TolstoyJOTGES 11:1 (Spring 1998)
Grace in the Arts: Some Personal Reflections On Dr. Arthur Farstad And This Section Of The JournalJOTGES 11:2 (Autumn 1998)
Grace in the Arts: Robert Louis Stevenson: So Near, Yet So FarJOTGES 12:1 (Spring 1999)
Grace in the Arts: Charles Dickens: Cheshire Cat “Christianity”JOTGES 12:2 (Autumn 1999)
Grace In The Arts: C. S. Lewis’s Theology: Somewhere Between Ransom And ReepicheepJOTGES 13:1 (Spring 2000)
Grace in the Arts: F. W. Boreham: Essayist ExtraordinaireJOTGES 14:1 (Spring 2001)
Grace In The Arts: The Bronte Sisters: A Ministerial Home Without Much Blessed AssuranceJOTGES 14:2 (Autumn 2001)
Grace In The Arts: G. K. Chesterton: The Theology Of Philip Yancey’s Favorite WriterJOTGES 15:2 (Autumn 2002)
Grace in the Arts: Herman Melville: An Author In The Angst Of AmbiguityJOTGES 17:32 (Spring 2004)
Grace In The Arts: Mark Twain: A Bitter Battle With GodJOTGES 17:33 (Autumn 2004)
Grace In The Arts: Annie Dillard: Mistaken Mystic?JOTGES 20:38 (Spring 2007)