Volume 49:1 May 2017

Volume 49:1 May 2017


Anne Elvey
The Contradiction of the Cross: Language, Sociality and the Self
Ryan Green
ANZAC Theology and Women Poets Under the Southern Cross
Kerrie Handasyde
Toward Relational Authenticity: The Experience of Atonement in Christian Conversion Today
Lynne Taylor
Martha Nussbaum on Ethics and Religion
John Owens
The Role of Christians in a Conflict Society in Myanmar: A Reading of 1 Corinthians 9:19-23
James Ha Tun Aung
Ecclesiology and Election in the Early Fathers
Mark Lindsay
To What Extent Did Bullinger Influence Zwingli with Regard to His Understanding of the Covenant and of the Eucharist
Joe Mock
Book Reviews 109

Books Reviewed

Fergus King, Trinity College, University of Divinity. King of the Jews: Temple Theology in John’s Gospel, Margaret Barker (London: SPCK, 2014). ISBN: 978-0281069675.

Christopher Seglenieks, Bible College of South Australia, Australian College of Theology. A Theory of Character in New Testament Narrative, Cornelis Benemma (Minneapolis: Fortress, 2014). ISBN: 978-1-4514-7221-9.

John A. Moses, St Mark’s National Theological Centre, Canberra. The Great and Holy War: How World War I Changed Religion For Ever, Philip Jenkins (Oxford: Lion Hudson, 2014). ISBN 978-0-7459-5672-5.

Darren Cronshaw, AuburnLife, Baptist Union of Victoria. Faith Without Fear: Risky Choices Facing Contemporary Christians, Keith Mascord (Northcote, VIC: Morning Star, 2016). ISBN 978-0-9942645-3-4.

Fergus King, Trinity College, University of Divinity. Word, Words and World: How a Wittgensteinian Perspective on Metaphor-Making Reveals the Theo-logic of Reality, Sue Patterson (Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2013). ISBN: 978-3034302302.

Robert Gascoigne, Australian Catholic University. Sacred Precedes Secular: Why the State Needs the Church, Brian T. Trainor (Preston, Victoria: Mosaic Press, 2013). ISBN: 978-1743240236

Fergus King, Trinity College, University of Divinity. Studies in the Gospel of John and its Christology: Festschrift Gilbert Van Belle, Joseph Verheyden et al. (ed) (Leuven: Peeters, 2014). ISBN: 978-90-429-3022-3.

Dorothy A. Lee, Trinity College, University of Divinity. Gospel Writing: A Canonical Perspective, Francis Watson (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans, 2013). ISBN: 978-0802840547.


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