The Gospel Coalition just released the April 2017 issue of Themelios, which has 253 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 42.1 are included below.
- D. A. Carson | Editorial: Subtle Ways to Abandon the Authority of Scripture in Our Lives
- Daniel Strange | Off the Record: ‘Just Mike’: A Tribute to Mike Ovey (1958–2017)
- Jason S. DeRouchie | Is Every Promise ‘Yes’? Old Testament Promises and the Christian
- Jared M. August | The Messianic Hope of Genesis: The Protoevangelium and Patriarchal Promises for the Knowledge of Human Origins
- Matt Champlin | A Biblical Theology of Blessing in Genesis
- Dane Ortlund | Reflections on Handling the Old Testament as Jesus Would Have Us: Psalm 15 as a Case Study
- Robert S. Smith | Belting Out the Blues as Believers: The Importance of Singing Lament
- David Starling | ‘For Your Sake We Are Being Killed All Day Long’: Romans 8:36 and the Hermeneutics of Unexplained Suffering
- Frederik S. Mulder | Gospel Differences, Harmonisations, and Historical Truth: Origen and Francis Watson’s Paradigm Shift?
- Book Reviews
- Old Testament | 8 reviews
- New Testament | 8 reviews
- History and Historical Theology | 4 reviews
- Systematic Theology and Bioethics | 10 reviews
- Ethics and Pastoralia | 10 reviews
- Mission and Culture | 11 reviews