Editorial -- By: Douglas Moo
This fascicle contains three very interesting articles. Gary V. Smith of Bethel Theological Seminary grapples with the problem of giving OT wisdom its appropriate role in canonical revelation. Scot McKnight, Assistant Professor of New Testament at TEDS, presents a stimulating discussion on the warning passages in Hebrews. He does not claim to solve the Calvinist-Arminian debate regarding the security of one’s salvation, but offers his interpretation of these passages in Hebrews for further reflection. Jay E. Smith, a Ph.D. student at TEDS, wrestles with the theology of Charles Finney. In this article, one gains a much better understanding of who Finney the man was and, because of who he was, how his theology developed into a theology of self-reformation.
To whet your appetite for our Fall fascicle: We will feature two more articles on Hebrews (one on the theologically rich 1:1–4 and one on the hermeneutically debated 10:5–7). We will also offer a reappraisal of the implications of Matthew 5 for the Christian’s relationship to the law.
Finally, lest it ever be forgotten—Trinity Journal is produced for the glory of God and for the furtherance of his kingdom. May we always seek his face in all that we write, preach, and do. To God be the glory!
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