The Fall issue of The Journal for Biblical Manhood & Womanhood is now out, and you can download five of the articles from the JBMW website. Both of the “Studies” are worthy of special note. Dr. Andreas KÃ¶stenberger responds to Philip Payne’s New Testament Studies article on 1 Timothy 2:12, and Barry Joslin contests Craig Blomberg’s translation of “Son of Man” in Hebrews 2:5-9.
I think you’ll find a great deal of useful material here, and if you are not a subscriber you should sign-up today. I’ve included the table of contents below.
|Odds & Ends||JBMW|
|Sorry, President Carter … This Argument Falls Flat||R. Albert Mohler Jr.|
|You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby||Mary A. Kassian|
|Raising Girls to be Godly Women in a Confused and Conflicted Culture||Nina Fry|
|The Syntax of 1 Timothy 2:12: A Rejoinder to Philip B.Payne||Andreas J. KÃ¶stenberger|
|“Son of Man” or “Human Beings”?: Hebrews 2:5-9 and a Response to Craig Blomberg||Barry Joslin|
|The Means, Mandates, and Motivation for Biblical Womanhood (Titus 2:4-5)||Eric M. Shumacher|
|Whence Evangelical Feminism?: A Review of Pamela D. H. Cochran, Evangelical Feminism||Mark Rogers|
|Finally Unconvinced: A Review of John G. Stackhouse Jr., Finally Feminist||Robert E. Sagers|
|New Paradigms or Old Fissures?: A Review of Mark Husbands and Timoty Larsen, eds., Women, Ministry and the Gospel||Jared M. Compton|
|Where Faith and Life Meet: A Review of Carolyn McCulley, Radical Womanhood||Candi Finch|
|Costly Tolerance: A Review of R. Albert Mohler Jr., Desire and Deceit||Timothy Shaun Price|
|New Testament Theology and a Biblical View of Gender: A Review of Thomas R. Schreiner, New Testament Theology||Christopher W. Cowan|
|Annotated Bibliography for Gender-Related Books in 2008||Jeff D. Breeding|