Journal of Theology
Volume 61, No. 1 - Fall 2018
Managing Editor: W. Madison Grace II
For the greater part of the twentieth century there was not much concern with the doctrine of the church. Fortunately, there has been a recent turn back in these traditions to ecclesiology. Highlighted within this issue are articles that are concerned with this need to engage ecclesiology.
Table of Contents
- Editorial - W. Madison Grace II
- The Ongoing "Use" of Baptism: A Hole in the Baptist (Systematic) Baptistery – Jonathan D. Watson
- The Lord's Supper: Reclaiming the Symbolic Meal from a Symbol of a Meal – Rustin Umstattd
- The Cognitive Abilities of Children and Southern Baptist Baptismal Restrictions – Robert Matz
- "Matthean Theological Priority?":Making Sense of Matthew's Proto-Ecclesiology in Acts 1-14 – A. Boyd Luter and Nicholas A. Dodson
- "Accounted Worthy to Bear in My Body the Marks of the Lord Jesus": James Hinton, the Persecution of English Dissent, & the Woodstock Riot – Michael A.G. Haykin
- Book Reviews
- Index of Book Reviews
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