Cranmer Hall publishes a journal, Theology and Ministry, and the latest issue is out today! It is an annual publication, peer reviewed, and open access.
This issue contains excellent articles on Bonhoeffer’s preaching, what British evangelicals actually believe, forgiveness, and more besides. There is also a review article and a couple of book reviews, on topics as diverse and important as teaching the Old Testament, African American readings of Paul, and church growth in the North East. The full contents is copied below.
Volume 7 (2021)
Nicholas J. Moore and Samuel Tranter
Homiletics in the Classroom and the Pulpit: Engaging Bonhoeffer’s Sermons with his Teaching on Homiletics
Aldersgate Today? The Validity of Religious Experience in a Postmodern Age
D. J. Pratt Morris-Chapman
The Ordinary Theology of British Evangelicals: The Bebbington Quadrilateral and Beyond
Being Good Neighbours: Placing Methodist Manses for Ministry
Preventing Abusive Theology: Safeguarding Survivors and Perpetrators of Child Sexual Abuse When Theologizing with Forgiveness
Forgiveness is Not the Answer: A Christian response to wrongdoing in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Owen D. May
An Appreciation of William Brown’s Handbook to Old Testament Exegesis and the Pedagogical Challenge of Teaching the Old Testament
Richard S. Briggs
Lisa M. Bowens, African American Readings of Paul: Reception, Resistance and Transformation
Jason Byassee, Northern Lights: Resurrecting Church in the North of England