A Noble Task: Eldership and Ministry in the Local Church by Neil Summerton now online

With the kind permission of the author the following book is now available on-line:

Neil Summerton, A Noble Task: Eldership and Ministry in the Local Church, 2nd edn.  Milton Keynes: The Paternoster Press, 1994. Pbk. ISBN. 978-0-85364-515-3. pp.213.

A Noble Task presents an introduction to ministry as practiced within open brethren assemblies in the United Kingdom. Click here to visit the download page.

David Lincicum on Karl Rahner’s Doctrine of the Trinity

Thanks to the kind permission of the author, the following article is now on-line in PDF:

David Lincicum, “Economy and Immanence: Karl Rahner’s Doctrine of the Trinity,” European Journal of Theology 14.2 (2005): 111-118.

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Peter Cotterell on Salvation as Corporate Experience in the Church

Thanks to the kind permission of the author, the following article is now available on-line in PDF:

Peter Cotterell, “Salvation as Corporate Experience in the Church,” European Journal of Theology 4.1 (1995): 55-66.

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J. Gordon McConville on Yahweh and the Gods in the Old Testament

Thanks to the kind permission of the author, the following article is now available on-line in PDF:

J. Gordon McConville, “Yahweh and the Gods in the Old Testament,” European Journal of Theology 2.2 (1993): 107-118.

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The Future of “Theology on the Web”

Over the last six months I have been planning how best to take forward the work of Theology on the Web in providing freely available theological material on the Web. To this end I have produced a vision document that I would like to share with those who have benefited from the sites. You can download a copy here. Please pass it on to people and organisations whom you think it might interest.

Philip J. Seddon & I. Howard Marshall on Spirituality: Contemporary and Biblical

With my thanks to the authors for their kind permissions, the following booklet is now available on-line in PDF:

Philip J. Seddon & I. Howard Marshall, Spirituality: Contemporary and Biblical. Leicester: Religious & Theological Students Fellowship, 1994. Pbk. ISBN: 187013723X. pp.37.

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Randal Rauser’s Brief Introduction to Reformed Epistemology

With my thanks to the author for his kind permission, the following monograph is now available on-line in PDF:

Randal Rauser, Let Reason Be Your Guide? A Brief Introduction to Reformed Epistemology. Leicester: Religious & Theological Students Fellowship, 1981. Pbk. ISBN: 1870137302. pp.51.

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Stephen N. Williams’s Critical Introduction to Jürgen Moltmann

Thanks to kind permission of the author and Apollos the following article is now available on-line in PDF:

Stephen N. Williams, Jürgen Moltmann: A Critical Introduction. Leicester: Religious & Theological Students Fellowship, 1987. Pbk. ISBN: 1870137027. pp.38. Revised & updated: Philip Duce & Daniel Strange, eds., Getting Your Bearings: Engaging With Contemporary Theologians. Leicester: Apollos, 2003. Pbk. ISBN: 0851112870..pp.75-124.

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