Editorial -- By: Richard L. Mayhue
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Welcome to the second year of The Master’s Seminary Journal. Our fledgling periodical is healthy and growing as we look to the third and fourth issues in 1991. Thank you for supporting our efforts.
We believe TMSJ serves many strategic purposes for The Master’s Seminary and the kingdom of God. The Journal reflects and models the kind of research, thinking, articulation that we encourage in our students and graduates. TMSJ provides an ongoing update of The Master’s Seminary educational program for our alumni and other special friends. It also furnishes an opportunity to share the latest thinking and research of our faculty with a much larger community of believers.
Our publication’s emphasis will be focused on several areas. Most issues will have exegetically oriented articles that are in-depth treatments of particular biblical texts. Theologically oriented articles will evaluate significant subjects, especially those of current interest. Finally, we will cover issues of interest in pastoral areas, including preaching, praying, counseling, and leadership in the local church.
TMSJ will also include a good selection of book reviews featuring current books of significance on a broad range of topics. While we will not shy away from reviewing a book that is several years old, our first desire is to highlight the latest principal works in Christian literature.
Enthusiastic response to our first two numbers from pastors, missionaries, and scholars around the world has encouraged us. I am amazed how many people have heard of and profited from the publication already. We especially want to serve those outside the continental United States whose access to journals and books is limited.
My special thanks goes to Dr. Robert Thomas, our Executive Editor. Bob’s vision and passion for the Journal make him a worthy servant to both our faculty and our readers. He labors diligently and sets a high standard for literary, scholastic excellence.
Those interested in offering an essay or book review for possible future use in The Master’s Seminary Journal, may send it to Dr. Robert L. Thomas at the address noted in the masthead. The quidelines for form are, in general, those prescribed by the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society.
If you are not a subscriber, let me remind you that an annual subscription is $10.00 ($12.50, foreign). Write us a note, enclosing a check for the required amount made out to The Master’s Seminary
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