In the latest issue of Themelios (37.3 ) is out and it includes some cool articles including:
D.A. Carson, More Examples of Intolerant Tolerance
Andreas J. Koestenberger, The Present and Future of Biblical Theology
Rob Smith, Music, Singing, and Emotions: Exploring the Connections
My favourite thing in Themelios is the book reviews! There are reviews of books by Chris Tilling, Daniel Kirk, Jim Hamilton, and Andy Naselli among others.
The doozey was Mark Seifrid’s review of N.T. Wright’s How Did God Become King?
where Seifrid states that: “I am not persuaded. I confess that I cannot discern what is so radically new about Wright’s proposal. It appears to me to be a re-cooking of C. H. Dodd’s “realized eschatology” with a measure of Barth, and perhaps a dash of Ritschl. I am not here seeking to make Wright guilty by association. There are valuable insights to be gained from all three of these scholars. I am more perplexed by Wright’s claim to newness, not least because of the proximity of his thought to Barth’s influential conception of Christian witness.”