Conspectus Volume 12 The Journal of the South African Theological Seminary (September 2011)

By: Erdey, Zoltan Levente. Smith, Kevin Gary(Eds.)
Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher: Johannesburg, South Africa South African Theological Seminary Press 2011Description: p278 PDFISSN: 1996-8167Summary: Table of Contents Asumang, Captured by Christ Jesus: Paul as Christ’s Trophy Slave in Philippians 3:12c................................................................1 Aucamp, Paradox and the Centrality of the Doctrine of God in Hermeneutics .................................................................................39 Joubert, Mindfulness and the Brain: a Christian Critique of Some Aspects of Neuroscience......................................................59 Lioy, Jesus’ Resurrection and the Nature of the Believer’s Resurrection Body (1 Cor 15:1–58)...............................................89 O’Donoghue and Lioy, Biblical-Theological Analysis of Matthew 6:19–34 to Clarify the Relationship between the Christian Disciple and Money .....................................................129 Pretorius, The Creation and the Fall of Adam and Eve: Literal, Symbolic, or Myth? .....................................................................161 Smith, Integrated Theology: A Key to Training Thinking Practitioners .................................................................................185 Van der Spuy, Cheating at Solitaire: the Danger of SelfDeception in Pastoral and Counselling Ministry .........................199 Woodbridge, An Evaluation of Contemporary Challenges to Evangelical Orthodoxy Posed by Toon’s Four Basic Types of Theology: A Christian response ..............................................217 Barnes, Review of Hixson, Getting the Gospel Wrong: the Evangelical Crisis No One is Talking About ...............................241 Asumang, ‘Captured by Christ Jesus’ Erdey, Review of Craig and Meister, God is Good, God is Great: Why Believing in God is Reasonable and Responsible ..................................................................................249 Pretorius, Review of Collins, The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief ........................................................269
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African Conspectus is a refereed theological e-journal published biannually by the South African Theological Seminary (www.sats.edu.za). The journal is a scholarly theological publication in the fields of Biblical Studies, Systematic Theology and Practical Theology.

Table of Contents
Asumang, Captured by Christ Jesus: Paul as Christ’s Trophy
Slave in Philippians 3:12c................................................................1
Aucamp, Paradox and the Centrality of the Doctrine of God in
Hermeneutics .................................................................................39
Joubert, Mindfulness and the Brain: a Christian Critique of
Some Aspects of Neuroscience......................................................59
Lioy, Jesus’ Resurrection and the Nature of the Believer’s
Resurrection Body (1 Cor 15:1–58)...............................................89
O’Donoghue and Lioy, Biblical-Theological Analysis of
Matthew 6:19–34 to Clarify the Relationship between the
Christian Disciple and Money .....................................................129
Pretorius, The Creation and the Fall of Adam and Eve: Literal,
Symbolic, or Myth? .....................................................................161
Smith, Integrated Theology: A Key to Training Thinking
Practitioners .................................................................................185
Van der Spuy, Cheating at Solitaire: the Danger of SelfDeception
in Pastoral and Counselling Ministry .........................199
Woodbridge, An Evaluation of Contemporary Challenges to
Evangelical Orthodoxy Posed by Toon’s Four Basic Types
of Theology: A Christian response ..............................................217
Barnes, Review of Hixson, Getting the Gospel Wrong: the
Evangelical Crisis No One is Talking About ...............................241
Asumang, ‘Captured by Christ Jesus’
Erdey, Review of Craig and Meister, God is Good, God is
Great: Why Believing in God is Reasonable and
Responsible ..................................................................................249
Pretorius, Review of Collins, The Language of God: A Scientist
Presents Evidence for Belief ........................................................269

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