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Scholars have begun to employ moral injury (MI) as an interpretive frame of reference to cases of similar suffering in Scripture. Trauma studies like PTSD focus on fear-based physiological impairments, MI focuses on axiological violations or wounds of conscience.
The argument of this book is that this trajectory was initially set rolling by the Protestant German Hegelian theologian and church historian, Ferdinand Christian Baur of Tübingen University.
The Gospel of John and the Future of Israel reviewed for Themelios by Prof. Cory M. Marsh Christopher M. Blumhofer (PhD, Duke University) is currently
Prof. Cory M. Marsh’s review is published in the Expository Times The Jesus of the Gospels Jesus (2014), and The First Days of
A Critical Examination of the Church’s Reception of Emperor Constantine’s Edict of Milan of A.D. 313 Since its enactment in A.D. 313, the
Contextualization must never be an uncritical amalgamation of the elements of culture deemed good and an intentional overlooking or even incorporating the evil in the culture. The other seeming reason for this unending syncretism in the church in Africa seems is a continued feeling that “Christ alone” is not enough to deal with the woes continually afflicting the people of Africa, Christians included.
“This book represents an important and unique contribution to both dispensational scholarship and the history of modern theology.”
Prof. Cory M. Marsh’s Latest Book Review is in the Journal of The Evangelical Theological Society Here is an excerpt: As the title for the
A Dynamic Relationship: Christ, the Covenants, and Israel The notion of covenant is both popular and controversial within biblical theology. Occupying the center of the
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