Wednesday, 16 January 2008

American Theological Inquiry: a new journal

The inaugural issue of a new journal was published today: American Theological Inquiry. This first issue features articles by Thomas Weinandy, D. G. Hart, John W. Cooper, Samuel Lamerson, Tom Holland, Raymond Belair, and Joan Mueller. They’ve also reprinted a few of my F&T book reviews.

The best thing about this journal is – it’s free! So head over and check it out. You can also sign up to receive future issues via email.

6 Comments:

IndieFaith said...

What did you think of the first tenant of submission?

1. The writer affirms the tenets of the historic Ecumenical Creeds of Christendom, (Apostles’, Athanasian, Nicæno-Constantinopolitan, and Chalcedonian). The ONLY exceptions to these required affirmations are the filioque clauses in the Nicene and Athanasian Creeds.

Anonymous said...

Yes, I wonder why they include with the Athanasian creed. This seems like a problematic move.
Patrick

byron smith said...

"D. G. Hart" - an as yet undiscovered younger brother?

Anonymous said...

I was told that DBH was one of three brothers, one Orthodox, one high Church Anglican and on RC.

byron smith said...

"D. G. Hart" - an as yet undiscovered younger brother?

Anonymous said...

Yes, I wonder why they include with the Athanasian creed. This seems like a problematic move.
Patrick

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