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Monday, January 23, 2006 

WTJ Vol. 67, No. 2
Theology

The latest issue of the Westminster Theological Journal just arrived: Volume 67, No. 2. To be honest, I thought they had forgotten about me and reneged on my subscription, seeing as how I've been subscribed since November 2004. A gift from my wife for my birthday, its been a really terrific gift, despite the fact this is only my second issue I've received in over a year. But, hey, whatever. I think I'm going to have a similar issue soon with the Wall Street Journal. Whats the deal? WTS...WSJ...

Dr. Vern Poythress has a promising article on language and interpretation: "Truth and Fulness of Meaning: Fulness versus Reductionist Semantics in Biblical Interpretation" which looks to incarnate the good doctor's clear, concise and deep thinking on this issue. Kelly M. Kapic writes on Luke 24 and Christ's theology of blessing; not John Owen, as is his custom with Justin Taylor, but Paul Lim does discuss the English Calvin's view of Religious Toleration. R. J. Gore, Jr., responds to some of the critics of his Covenantal Worship which I am sure will pique my liturgically - invested brain, and the book reviews cover everything from the New Perspective(s) on Paul to aesthetics. Good reading ahead, no doubt.

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