New Edition of Southeastern Theological Review Now Available
The latest issue of the Southeastern Theological Review is now available. STR is a refereed scholarly journal published by the faculty of Southeastern Seminary. The editor is my friend Heath Thomas, who teaches Old Testament and serves as director of the PhD program at SEBTS. This issue is dedicated to engaging Michael Licona’s The Resurrection of Jesus: A New Historiographical Approach (IVP Academic, 2010). Many readers may be familiar with Licona’s work, which has been heralded by numerous apologists and scholars, but has also generated considerable controversy among other scholars who are concerned that Licona’s views undermine the doctrine of inerrancy.
What follows is the table of contents for the Summer 2012 issue of STR:
“The Resurrection of Jesus: A Methodological Survey and Introduction to the Present Volume,” by Robert B. Stewart and Heath A. Thomas
“The Minimal Facts Approach to the Resurrection of Jesus: The Role of Methodology as a Crucial Component in Establishing Historicity,” by Gary R. Habermas
“Inference, Method, and History,” by Timothy J. McGrew
“The Resurrection of Jesus: Explanation or Interpretation?” by C. Behan McCullagh
“In Reply to Habermas, McGrew, and McCullagh,” by Michael R. Licona
“A Roundtable Discussion with Michael Licona on The Resurrection of Jesus: A New Historiographical Approach,” with Danny Akin, Craig Blomberg, Paul Copan, Michael Kruger, Michael Licona, and Charles Quarles
In addition to these stimulating articles, STR also includes dozens of critical reviews of recent scholarly books. I reviewed D.A. Carson’s excellent Collected Writings on Scripture (Crossway, 2010), which was compiled by Andy Naselli, and Naselli and Collin Hansen’s edited volume Four Views on the Spectrum of Evangelicalism (Zondervan, 2011). As of this summer, I’m cultivating an expertise in reviewing books in which Andy has a hand.
You can subscribe to STR through the journal’s website.