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As some of you know I am currently the Review Editor for the Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology, published jointly by Rutherford House and the Scottish Evangelical Theological Society. With the permission of the Ref21 editor-in-chief, I am going to use this blog to try to solicit possible reviewers.

 

I shall let you know what books arrive looking for reviewers, and if you are interested, let me know on iaind@freeuk.com and I'll gladly post these volumes to you. If you have read anything of a scholarly nature yourself, and are willing to write up a review, I'll be happy to consider your review for possible publication.

 

Currently I am looking for reviewers for the following titles (first come, first served!):

 

Dennis Ngien LUTHER AS A SPIRITUAL ADVISER: THE INTERFACE OF THEOLOGY AND PIETY IN LUTHER'S DEVOTIONAL WRITINGS (Paternoster)

John Piper THE FUTURE OF JUSTIFICATION (IVP)

Sharon Heaney CONTEXTUAL THEOLOGY FOR LATIN AMERICA: LIBERATION THEMES IN EVANGELICAL PERSPECTIVE (Paternoster)

Christopher R. Seitz PROPHECY AND HERMENEUTICS: TOWARDS A NEW INTRODUCTION TO THE PROPHETS (Baker)

M. Penner and H. Barnes (eds) A NEW KIND OF CONVERSATION: BLOGGING TOWARDS A POSTMODERN FAITH (Paternoster)

K.A. Mascord ALVIN PLANTINGA AND CHRISITAN APOLOGETICS (Paternoster)

D.A. Carson CHRIST AND CULTURE REVISITED (IVP)

C. Green (ed) A HIGHER THRONE: EVANGELICALS AND PUBLIC THEOLOGY (Apollos)

S. Holmes and R. Rook (eds) WHAT ARE WE WAITING FOR?: CHRISTIAN HOPE AND CONTEMPORARY CULTURE (Paternoster)

T. Tennent THEOLOGY IN THE CONTEXT OF WORLD CHRISTIANITY: HOW THE GLOBAL CHURCH IS INFLUENCING THE WAY WE THINK ABOUT AND DISCUSS THEOLOGY (Zondervan)

D.J. Southall REDISCOVERING RIGHTEOUSNESS IN ROMAN (Mohr Siebeck)

M.B. Dick READING THE OLD TESTAMENT: AN INDUCTIVE INTRODUCTION (Hendrickson)

 

Posted June 21, 2008 @ 8:18 AM by Iain D Campbell
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