Preface -- By: Anonymous

Journal: Ashland Theological Journal
Volume: ATJ 20:0 (NA 1988)
Article: Preface
Author: Anonymous


From Augustine to Theory Z, from ancient Near Eastern comparisons with Moses to influences on Wesley, from books for scholars to one for kids, this issue should contain at least some material of interest to everyone.

We welcome not only the customary contributions from faculty, both regular and adjunct, but also from present and former students in the form of review articles. You should expect student contributions to become even more apparent in the future.

We trust that you will find material of use for yourself and your ministry in the following pages, and that our efforts might serve for the furtherance of the Kingdom.

This issue of the Ashland Theological Journal is dedicated to Dr. Charles Munson, Professor of Practical Theology at Ashland Seminary. Charles joined the faculty of the seminary in 1953. He received his A.B. from Ashland College in 1947, his B.D. from Ashland Theological Seminary in 1952, his Th.M. from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary in 1954 and his Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University in 1971.

Charles has served the Seminary faithfully for 36 years as a professor and in the office of the Dean from 1980–85. This year brings a well deserved retirement. It is with our deepest love and appreciation that we dedicate this issue to Charles Robert Munson.

David W. Baker
December, 1988

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