Southeastern Theological Review
Volume 14, No. 2
Southeastern Theological Review (STR) is the faculty journal of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC. Because Southeastern’s mission is to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping students to serve the Church and fulfill the Great Commission, we desire to publish high-quality material written not only by those living inside and outside of the United States, but also by those outside the Southern Baptist Convention. Our hope is to facilitate lively and informed conversations on a wide variety of topics of interest to Christians around the globe.
- Introduction: Baptist Dogmatics – Steven A. McKinion, Christine E. Thornton & Keith S. Whitfield
- Towards a Baptist Dogmatics – Steven A. McKinion, Christine E. Thornton & Keith S. Whitfield
- Interview with Timothy George
- Retrieval for the Sake of Renewal: Timothy George’s Methodology – Christopher R. Hanna
- John Gill and the Rule of Faith: A Case Study in the Baptist Retrieval of Tradition – David Rathel
- Believers’ Baptism in the Patristic Writings – Steven A. McKinion
- The Possibility of Baptismal Baptist Theology: Retrieving Irenaeus for Contemporary Baptists – Christine E. Thornton
- The Free Church Form of Dogmatics: Covenant and Conscience under Christ – Malcolm B. Yarnell III
- Book Reviews
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Southeastern Theological Review is produced biannually (Spring and Fall), and may be themed or unthemed. STR aims to serve the Church and help it think rigorously so that it may serve the Lord Christ faithfully.
Submissions to the journal are welcomed and should be directed to the editor, Benjamin Merkle ([email protected]). Submissions to STR are evaluated by double-blind peer review. Articles submitted to STR should present original work in their field. Manuscripts should conform to the SBL Handbook of Style and should be between 5,000–10,000 words (including footnotes).
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