The Journal of Baptist Studies 9 (2018)

The Journal of Baptist Studies

Volume 9 (2018)

Editorial, p. 2

Contributors, p. 3


“Interpreting the Reformation from Within German/American Dissent: The Contribution of Walter Rauschenbusch,” by William H. Brackney, p. 4

“The Reformation and Baptist Origins: The Unrefuted Conclusion of B. R. White,” by Malcolm Yarnell, p. 16

“When Biography Shapes Ecclesiology: Bunyan, Kiffin, and the Open-Communion Debate,” by Steve Weaver, p. 31

“A Defense of Hanserd Knollys Against the Charges of Antinomianism,” by Andrew Ballitch, p. 55

“Against ‘Historical Amnesia’: A Bibliography of Baptists in Canada, 1920-2017,” by Taylor Murray, p. 77

Book Reviews

Crawford, Matthew R. Cyril of Alexandria’s Trinitarian Theology of Scripture, reviewed by Matthew Y. Emerson, p. 114

Chalmers, Aaron. Interpreting the Prophets: Reading, Understanding and Preaching from the Worlds of the Prophets, reviewed by Gregory Lamb, p. 117

Litfin, Duane. Paul’s Theology of Preaching: The Apostle’s Challenge to the Art of Persuasion in Ancient Corinth, reviewed by Justin McLendon, p. 120

Hoskins, Paul M. The Book of Revelation: A Theological and Exegetical Commentary, reviewed by Richard Mobley, p. 123

Oden, Thomas C. A Change of Heart: A Personal and Theological Memoir, reviewed by Shawn Wilhite, p. 131

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