Perspectives in Religious Studies, Summer 2009

This edition includes a good set of articles, including some British contributors

Tracing Baptist Theological Footprints: A European Perspective – Ian M. Randall

Practicing the Faith in the Baptist Tradition: A Response to Ian Randall – Curtis Freeman

Defining and Shaping an Adequate Theological Curriculum for Ministerial Training – Brian Harris

Promoting a subversive spirituality: new wineskins and new wine in mission and evangelism – Michael J. Quicke

Who is Worship For? Dispatches from the War Zone – Christopher J. Ellis

The Sacredness of God’s Creation – David P. Gushee

Co-redeemers: a theological basis for creation care – John Weaver

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  1. Andy,

    Thanks for posting this link. We’re pleased with the BICTE issue. PRS welcomes articles from outside North America. Anyone interested may submit a manuscript for consideration.

    http://www.baylor.edu/prs/index.php?id=5625

    Additionally, the book review editor is always looking for good reviewers as well as suggestions of books that might be reviewed, especially books written by Baptist colleagues.

    Steven R. Harmon, Book Review Editor
    Perspectives in Religious Studies
    Beeson Divinity School
    Samford University
    800 Lakeshore Drive
    Birmingham, Alabama 35229
    sharmon@samford.edu

    We hope to stimulate more conversation among Baptists across the continents.

    Additional inquiries may be sent to Dr. Mikeal Parsons, editor of PRS.

    Dr. Mikeal Parsons
    Department of Religion
    Baylor University
    1311 S. 5th
    P. O. Box 97284
    Waco, TX 76798-7284
    Mike_Parsons@baylor.edu

    All the best,
    Curtis Freeman

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