Latest edition of the Lutheran Theological Journal now available
20 January 2014
The December 2013 issue of Lutheran Theological Journal (LTJ) is the first to be peer reviewed. In this issue Dean Zweck writes about suffering and persecution as marks of the church. Margaret Hunt evaluates the story of Lot’s daughters in Genesis 19 more positively than is usual. Nathan Hunt expands on the constructive role that social media can play in the mission of the church. And Mark Worthing probes Tolkien’s novels to clarify his understanding of evil.
LTJ is the ALC faculty journal. The May 2014 issue will focus on the church in multi-cultural Australia, and the August issue will have articles on the special emphasis of the Luther Decade for 2014, namely the Reformation and politics. Subscription requests should be directed to: email@example.com.
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