Vol. 16, No. 1 (June 2017)

Jacob Goodson

Associate Editor
Simeon Zahl

Managing Editor
Ashley Tate

Founding Editor
Peter Ochs


Jacob L. Goodson, Southwestern College

Recent Reflections on Scriptural Reasoning

Scriptural Reasoning as Communal Thinking
Mark Randall James, Hunter College/Fordham University

Scriptural Reasoning: From Text Study to Inquiry
Randi L. Rashkover, George Mason University

Scriptural Reasoning and the Academy: The Uses and Disadvantages of Expertise and Impartiality
Daniel Weiss, Cambridge University

Theories of Scripture

What Isaiah Means for Christian Worship: Reading Scripture after Robert Wilken’s The Church’s Bible Series
Claire L. Partlow, St. Leo University

Metabolizing “The Word”: Exploring Cognition, Narratology, and the Embodiment of Scripture
Jordan Brady Loewen, Syracuse University

Aesthetics and Ethics in the Pentateuch

Interpreting Biblical Dietary Laws as Positive Freedom for a Holy and Ethical Life
Morgan Alyssa Elbot, University of Memphis

Eve’s Courage, Adam’s Nobility: On the Possibility of a Nietzschean Interpretation of Genesis 3
Lindsey Graber, King’s College, London

Art’s Claim on Resources: Sabbath Ethics as a Framework for Value
Abigail Woolley, Southern Methodist University

Philosophical Theology and Religious Philosophy

Kant and the Nature of Doctrine: A Rule-Theory Approach to Theological Reasoning
Jacob L. Goodson, Southwestern College

Authenticity, Repentance, and the Second Coming: “The Moment” in Kierkegaard, Heidegger, and Rabbi Soloveitchik
Daniel Herskowitz, Oxford University

 The Sentiment that Invites Us to Pray: The Religious Aspect of Charles Peirce’s Philosophy
David O’Hara, Augustana University

Book Reviews

Review of Gary Slater’s C. S. Peirce and the Nested Continua Model of Religious Interpretation
Brandon Daniel-Hughes, John Abbott College

Review of W. E. L. Broad’s Alexander or Jesus?: The Origin of the Title “Son of God”
Claire L. Partlow, St. Leo University

Review of Bruce W. Longenecker’s Hitler, Jesus, and Our Common Humanity: A Jewish Survivor Interprets Life, History, and the Gospels
Glenn E. Sanders, Oklahoma Baptist University