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The Gospel Coalition just released the December 2015 issue of Themelios, which has 193 pages of editorials, articles, and book reviews. It is freely available in three formats: (1) PDF, (2) web version, and (3) Logos Bible Software. A print edition will be available for purchase in several weeks from Wipf and Stock

Links to editorials, articles, and book reviews in Themelios 40.3 are included below:

  1. D. A. Carson | Editorial: On Disputable Matters
  2. Michael J. Ovey | Off the Record: Is the Wrath of God Extremist?
  3. Jeremy R. Treat | More than a Game: A Theology of Sport
  4. Rob Smith | The Amorality of Atheism
  5. Andrew J. Spencer | Beyond Christian Environmentalism: Ecotheology as an Over-Contextualized Theology
  6. Daniel Strange | Rooted and Grounded? The Legitimacy of Abraham Kuyper’s Distinction between Church as Institute and Church as Organism, and Its Usefulness in Constructing an Evangelical Public Theology
  7. Andrew Ballitch | “Not to Behold Faith, But the Object of Faith”: The Effect of William Perkins’s Doctrine of the Atonement on his Preaching of Assurance
  8. Matthew Barrett | Pastoral Pensées: The Duty of a Pastor: John Owen on Feeding the Flock by Diligent Preaching of the Word
  9. Book Reviews
    1. Old Testament | 11 reviews
    2. New Testament | 17 reviews
    3. History and Historical Theology | 6 reviews
    4. Systematic Theology and Bioethics | 3 reviews
    5. Ethics and Pastoralia | 10 reviews
    6. Mission and Culture | 2 reviews