The most recent issue of The Journal for Biblical Manhood & Womanhood is now available for download from CBMW.org. There are some important articles in here that you will want to note. I’ll post the table of contents below, but here are some of the highlights.
The Committee on Bible Translation (CBT) responded last summer to CBMW’s critical review of the 2011 NIV. In my editorial, I offer a point-by-point rejoinder to the CBT’s open letter. Timothy Paul Jones has an excellent article addressing the Pat Robertson flap and outlines the difference between a covenant and a contract. Kevin DeYoung offers three principles that should guide the way we conduct the gender debate. Bruce Ware reviews Thomas H. McCall’s book, Which Trinity? Whose Monotheism? Philosophical and Systematic Theologians on the Metaphysics of Trinitarian Theology, in which McCall argues that Bruce Ware’s view of the Trinity is outside of orthodoxy. In the review, Ware argues to the contrary that his understanding of the godhead is well within the bounds of orthodox Christianity.
There many other helpful articles and reviews in this issue, and you can get the free download here.
|Burk, Mohler||Odds & Ends|
|ESSAYS & PERSPECTIVES|
|Timothy Paul Jones||“Confusing a Covenant with a Contract: The Deeper Problem behind Pat Robertson’s Bad Advice”|
|Kevin DeYoung||“Play the Man”|
|Jeremy Pierre||“Love the One You’re With”|
|Nancy Leigh DeMoss||“From Him, through Him, to Him”|
|Denny Burk||“Christ’s Functional Subordination in Philippians 2:6: A Grammatical Note with Trinitarian Implications”|
|Todd L. Miles||“A Prejudicial Treatment of the Issues”
A Review of Carolyn Custis James, Half the Church
|Bruce A. Ware||“Alleging Heresy Where There Is None”
A Review of Thomas H. McCall, Which Trinity? Whose Monotheism?
|Timothy Paul Jones||“Well-Intended Goal, Misguided Process”
A Review of Bruce Morton, Deceiving Winds
|Phillip Bethancourt||“The (Abstract) Art of Manliness”
A Review of Brett and Kate McKay, The Art of Manliness
|Jason C. Meyer||“Another Middle Way that Doesn’t Exist”
A Review of Jim and Sarah Sumner, Just How Married Do You Want to Be?