Volume 47:1 May 2015

Volume 47:1 May 2015


Anne Elvey 
Where We Are Culturally and How the Church Might Respond
Graham Ward
Embedding Theology
Graham Ward
A Forgotten Method of Theology: Insights from an Eastern Orthodox Perspective
Philip Kariatlis
Evangelical Intercultural Identity: A New Resource for Twenty-First Century Mission
Kamal Weerakoon
Psalms: A Songbook for Post-Christendom
John Olley
New Directions in Australian Spirituality: Sabbath beyond the Church
Frank Rees
“Signs and Works”: The Miracles in the Gospels of Mark and John
Dorothy A. Lee
Changing Wor(l)ds: Preaching Prophetically Today
Andre van Oudtshoorn
The Necessity of an Ecclesial Missiology
Adam Dodds
Visual Exegesis: Interpreting Text in Dialogue with its Visual Context
Rosemary Canavan
Come and See: The Promise of Visual Exegesis
Harry O. Maier
An Art Historian Reflects on Modes of Visual Exegesis
Claire Renkin
Book Reviews 162

Books Reviewed


Fergus J. King, University of Newcastle. Clothing the Body of Christ at Colossae: A Visual Construction of Identity, Rosemary Canavan (Tubingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2012), pp. ix + 247. IBSN: 9783161517167

Fergus J. King, University of Newcastle. Seven Events that Shaped the New Testament World, Warren Carter (Grand Rapids: Baker, 2013), xiv + 162pp. ISBN: 9780801039164.

Lee Howard, Newcastle. Thomas Torrance’s Mediation and Revelation, Titus Chung (Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing, 2011), 226 pp. ISBN: 9781409405702.

Angela McCarthy, University of Notre Dame. Unbelievable: Why We Believe and Why We Don’t, Graham Ward (London: I.B Tauris, 2014), 256pp. ISBN: 9781780767352.

Stuart Vogel, Auckland. Asia in the Making of Christianity: Conversion, Agency and Indigeneity, 1600s to the Present, Richard Fox Young and Jonathan A. Seitz (eds) (Leiden, Boston: Brill, 2013), 444pp. ISBN 978-90-04-23662-2.

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