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  • Exploring the Sense-scape of the Gospel of Mark 

    Lawrence, Louise J (SAGE Publications, 2011-06)
    This article attempts to address a certain lack of interest in the senses in New Testament Studies by conducting a sensory survey of the Gospel of Mark. Informed by cross-cultural anthropology of the senses, the Gospel of ...
  • Familiar friend or alien stranger? On translating the Bible 

    Horrell, David G. (Sage Publications, 2005-09)
    Looking especially at the NRSV and NIV, and interacting with the recent comments of Earle Ellis in this journal, this essay argues that translations of the Bible should do more justice to aspects of the text that make it ...
  • Fear, hope, and doing good: wives as a paradigm of mission in 1 Peter 

    Horrell, David G. (Facultad de Teología de la Universidad Eclesiástica San Dámaso, Madrid, 2015-10)
    Like 1 Corinthians 7,12-16, 1 Peter 3,1-6 indicates that mixed marriages may be opportunities for missionary witness. But the text in 1 Peter gives much more indication than does Paul about both the means by which this ...
  • From άδελϕοί to οἰ̑κος θεου̑: social transformation in Pauline Christianity 

    Horrell, David G. (Society of Biblical Literature, 2001)
  • Galen in Syriac: Rethinking Old Assumptions 

    Bhayro, S (Brill Academic Publishers, 2017-11-17)
    This article challenges a series of common assumptions regarding the Syriac translations of Galen: first, about the quality of the sixth-century Syriac translations; second, about the status and role of Syriac as a scientific ...
  • Georges Florovsky 

    Gallaher, BDF (Diocese of Sourozh, 2016-11-01)
    If the greatness of a theologian is determined by his influence, Georges Florovsky is undoubtedly the greatest Eastern Orthodox theologian of the 20th century, as indeed is often claimed. His theological programme and ...
  • God, pilgrimage, and acknowledgement of place 

    Wynn, Mark (Cambridge University Press, 2007-06)
    The paper seeks to address three objections to pilgrimage practices – they are tied to superstitious beliefs (except where they are seen as simply an aid to the imagination), imply a crude experiential or emotional ...
  • God’s Creation Wild and Violent, and Our Care for Other Animals 

    Southgate, Christopher (American Scientific Affiliation, 2015-11)
    In this article I give examples of violence, and ingenuity in the service of violence, in predation in the natural world. I consider various types of argument that ascribe this violence to different types of fall-event, ...
  • The Green Bible: A Timely Idea Deeply Flawed 

    Horrell, David G. (SAGE Publications, 2010-01)
    This article offers a critical review of the recently published Green Bible (HarperCollins, 2008), a ‘green-letter edition’ intended to enable readers to discover the Bible’s message concerning humanity’s duty to care for ...
  • Hans Frei and David Tracy on the ordinary and the extraordinary in Christianity 

    Higton, Mike (University of Chicago Press, 1999-10)
  • ‘His death belongs to them’: an Edwardsean participatory model of atonement 

    Hill, J (Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2017-02-13)
    Copyright © Cambridge University Press 2017The Participatory Model of Atonement (PMA) offers an alternative view of Christian salvation, drawing on Pauline theology. It conceives of sin as a contagion which can usually be ...
  • Home and Hiddenness: Queer Theology, Domestication and Institutions 

    Cornwall, SM (Equinox Publishing / Centre for the Study of Christianity and Sexuality, 2017-06-19)
    This essay examines tropes of hiddenness and domestication in queer theology, particularly in light of the increasing mainstreaming of queer theologies in institutional (e.g. university, seminary, church) settings, and the ...
  • Identity and Formation in Theological Education: The Occasion of Intersex 

    Cornwall, Susannah (Equinox Publishing / British and Irish Association for Practical Theology (BIAPT), 2015-05-01)
    Formation towards vocation necessitates continuity and discontinuity with one’s former self. Some commentators understand the language of formation as potentially damaging given the implications of submission and ‘‘unselfing’’, ...
  • Immanence for transcendence: confronting the techno-theological eschatology of posthuman speculative science 

    DeLashmutt, Michael (GOLEM: Journal of Religion and Monsters, 2006)
    Posthuman speculative science, typified by the writings of Hans Moravec, Frank Tipler, and Ray Kurzweil, evinces a faith in technology’s capacity to transform the future destiny of humankind. For these thinkers technology, ...
  • In defence of the laws of war 

    Reed, Esther D. (SAGE Publications, 2015)
    This essay warns that Nigel Biggar’s permissive reading of the classic, theological just war tradition is problematic especially when combined with his highly contextual approach to the United Nations Charter and laws of ...
  • Intersex and the rhetorics of disability and disorder: multiple and provisional significance in sexed, gender and disabled bodies 

    Cornwall, SM (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2015-06-30)
    The impulse to make accounts of human sex, gender, and embodiment “mean” monolithically is inadequate. Engaging with David Kelsey’s theological anthropology, I suggest that a more appropriate means of figuring “marginal” ...
  • Just war reasoning in an age of risk 

    Reed, Esther D. (Wiley, 2015-03)
    The classic, theological tradition of just war reasoning (JWT) is not exhausted but needed more than ever in the shadow of global risks, when facing “hybrid” war, and when the difference between war and peace is said to ...
  • The Kenosis of Unambiguous Sex in the Body of Christ: Intersex, Theology, and Existing ‘for the Other’ 

    Cornwall, Susannah (Equinox Publishing / Centre for the Study of Christianity and Sexuality, 2008-01)
    Intersex conditions might be more usefully explored in light of theologies from impairment rather than those from sexuality. The areas of concurrence between intersex conditions and disability feed into theologies which ...
  • The label Xristianos: 1 Peter 4.16 and the formation of Christian identity 

    Horrell, David G. (Society of Biblical Literature, 2007)
    It is perhaps surprising that New Testament scholars have not devoted more attention in recent years to the origin and significance of the term Xristianos, given its eventual significance as the definitive label for the ...
  • Mind the Gap? Perceptions and Realities of Sexualities Education for Ordinands 

    Nixon, D; Cornwall, S (Taylor & Francis, 2017-01-31)
    This article reports the findings of a small-scale qualitative research project which sought to discover how sexualities education was delivered in Anglican Theological Education Institutions in the UK. With a background ...