Editorial Introduction -- By: Adam Harwood
Adam Harwood is associate professor of theology, occupying the McFarland Chair of Theology; director of the Baptist Center for Theology and Ministry; and editor, Journal for Baptist Theology and Ministry at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
This issue offers a variety of articles in biblical and theological studies. Joe Early Jr., associate professor of theology at Campbellsville University in Campbellsville, Kentucky, culls Martin Luther’s writings to identify and critique the Reformer’s view of women. Benjamin B. Phillips, associate dean at Havard School for Theological Studies and associate professor of Systematic Theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, contrasts the Holy Spirit’s works of prophecy and preaching. Joshua M. Greever, assistant professor of New Testament at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona, inquires into the background and meaning of Paul’s warning in Eph 4:30 against grieving the Holy Spirit. Mark A. Snoeberger, associate professor of Systematic Theology at Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary in Allen Park, Michigan, considers how and in what way one should speak of the death of God when referring to the death of Christ. These stimulating articles are followed by a selection of book reviews in the fields of theology, biblical studies, and Christian ministry. May these articles and book reviews equip readers to be faithful followers and witnesses of the triune God.
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