Journal of Theology
The Midwestern Journal of Theology is a scholarly journal written to assist Christians and churches in making disciples throughout the world. Published twice a year, each issue includes theological and exegetical articles, inspirational sermons, and reviews of important books.
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Midwestern Seminary released its Fall 2019 issue of the Midwestern Journal of Theology on Dec. 2, featuring works by several of the school’s faculty and doctoral students as well as academics from across the Southern Baptist Convention.
The fall edition addresses topics such as a book symposium on the Triune God, the impact and unpublished writings of William Wilberforce, Charles Spurgeon on the work of the Father, the inauguration of the last days in Mark 1:12-13, and a biblical assessment of God’s use of visions and dreams, particularly in missionary situations.
President Jason Allen said of the Journal’s recently-released edition, “I believe readers of this MJT edition will find it to be encouraging and edifying in many ways. These essays speak to a wide range of topics affecting our society today – providing truthful insight and thoughtful guidance amidst a world that bends at the whims of the culture. Our editor, Dr. Michael McMullen has done a superb job compiling this edition that will be helpful to so many.”
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