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The Evangelical Review of Theology and Politics is a new journal – successor to The Evangelical Review of Society and Politics.

The Evangelical Review of Theology and Politics is an online-only journal. All articles and reviews are published online as PDF files, and are downloadable by subscribers.

All articles and reviews are published in real time. Once peer reviewed and typeset they are immediately published online and the subscribers notified by email. This takes the place of a printed journal. Subscribers can print-off articles and bind them in a folder for future reference. This means there is no delay between acceptance and publication of an article: the material becomes available immediately to the academic and Church communities.

There are plans to publish periodically a selection of the articles/essays in book form.

In addition all past volumes of The Evangelical Review of Society and Politics are available here for subscribers.

The Evangelical Review of Theology and Politics is a peer-reviewed, online, subscription journal exploring God’s revelation to humanity in the form of Jesus Christ. Scholarly submissions that are suitably respectful of the Evangelical Christian tradition are welcomed and invited from across the disciplinary spectrum: Evangelical theology, biblical studies, biblical theology, politics, society, economics, missiology, homiletics, discipleship, preaching, conversion, salvation, atonement, redemption, the Church et al.

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The Evangelical Review of Society and Politics and The Evangelical Review of Theology and Politics is abstracted in Religious and Theological Abstracts, 100 West Park Ave (Box 215), Myerstown PA 17067 (USA).

The Evangelical Review
of Society and Politics
is published by
King’s Evangelical Divinity School.

ISSN: 1750-2225 (Online)
ISSN: 1750-2217 (Print)

The Evangelical Review
of Theology and Politics
is published by
King’s Evangelical Divinity School.

ISSN: 2053-6763 (Online)

King’s Evangelical Divinity School
(Distance Learning Office)
P.O. Box 348, Broadstairs
Kent, CT10 9AY UK

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illustrates first the human urban community, then praise, then the Judean wilderness, followed by worship, Jerusalem, teaching and the importance of education, finally the Sea of Galilee.

News...

2014

April 8, 2014. Book Review uploaded of Elaine Padilla and Peter C. Phan, eds. Contemporary Issues of Migration and Theology.

February 26, 2014. Book Review uploaded of R.W.L. Moberly, Old Testament Theology: Reading the Hebrew Bible as Christian Scripture.

February 26, 2014. Book Review uploaded of Marijke Hoek and Justin Thacker (ed.) Micah’s Challenge: The Church's Responsibility to the Global Poor.

February 26, 2014. Review Article uploaded of William Kilpatrick. Christianity, Islam and Atheism: The Struggle for the Soul of the West, and, Paul C. Vitz. Faith of the Fatherless: The Psychology of Atheism.

2013

December 19, 2013. Article uploaded
David Cowan, ‘Capitalism and Its Discontents: A Response to the Voices of Theological and Moral Animus.

December 6, 2013. Article uploaded
Andy Wier, ‘Living With Tension: Towards A Practical Charismatic-Evangelical Urban Social Ethic.’

November 16, 2013. Book review uploaded of Amos Yong’s Days of Caeser.

October 28, 2013. ERTP Forum uploaded The Civil War in Syria, David Cowan, Eric Patterson, Tony Richie and Mitch Glaser.

October 10, 2013. Article uploaded
P.H. Brazier, ‘C.S. Lewis, praeparatio evangelica: a Catholic Evangelical Defined by Method, Technique, and Form.’

September 25, 2013. Three book reviews uploaded/published.

September 25, 2013. Website uploaded, Journal live.

Full details–

TER Table of Contents, Vol 1, 2013

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and abstracts for articles, go to
the
TABLE OF CONTENTS page

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The Evangelical Review of Theology and Politics subscribes to the historic decisions of the early church councils. We hold dearly to the deity of Christ, the virgin conception, salvation through Jesus Christ, and the Trinity. We also believe in the unity of Scripture and consider the Bible as the final authority on all issues of faith and practice. This high view of Scripture requires submissions to be underpinned by a thoughtful biblical and theological analysis. The Editors also welcome non-Evangelical contributors to submit critiques of Evangelical political and social thought, providing they are suitably respectful of our values and beliefs, and that submissions are of interest and relevance to the aims and readership of the journal. Articles appearing in the journal do not necessarily reflect the views of the Editors.

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