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The New Quest and Christology.
(Perspectives in Religious Studies, 1984-03-01)
One of the most pressing problems in contemporary discussions of both biblical and constructive christology is the apparent diversity of christological viewpoints in Scripture. The contention of this essay is that the "New ...
Wesleyan Theology and the Christian Feminist Critique.
(Wesleyan Theological Journal, 1987-03-01)
The Word of God and Patriarchalism: A Typology of the Current Christian Debate.
(Perspectives in Religious Studies, 1987-09-01)
Biblical Authority and Interpretation
(Theological Students Fellowship Bulletin, 1984-09)
Exorcising the Guilt of Excellence.
(Faculty Dialogue, 1988-12-01)
John Wesley: Practical Theologian?
(Wesleyan Theological Journal, 1988-03-01)
The Necessity of Recognizing Distinctions: Lessons from Evangelical Critiques of Christian Feminist Theology.
(Christian Scholar's Review, 1988-03-01)
Responsible Grace: The Systematic Perspective of Wesleyan Theology.
(Wesleyan Theological Journal, 1984-09-01)
This article reexamines the systematic nature of John Wesley's theology, drawing on recent reconceptions of theology as a praxis-oriented reflection. Gerhard Sauter is used as a model of these reconceptions. Central to these ...
"Damned if you do and damned if you don't": Tamar - a Feminist Foremother.
(Daughters of Sarah, 1987-07-01)
Karl Rahner's Supernatural Existential: A Wesleyan Parallel?
(Evangelical Journal, 1987-03-01)