“The Mystery of Marriage,” pages 253-71 in For the Fame of God’s Name: Essays in Honor of John Piper, ed. Sam Storms and Justin Taylor. Wheaton: Crossway, 2010.
“John Sailhamer’s The Meaning of the Pentateuch: A Review Essay,” SBJT 14.2 (2010), 62-76.
“That the Coming Generation Might Praise the Lord,” Journal of Family Ministry 1.1 (2010): 10-17.
Also to be published as: “Family Discipleship in the Old Testament: That the Coming Generation Might Praise the Lord,” in Trained in the Fear of God: Foundations for Family Ministry, ed. Timothy Paul Jones and Randy Stinson. Grand Rapids: Kregel, forthcoming.
“The Lord’s Supper in Paul: An Identity Shaping Proclamation of the Gospel,” in The Lord’s Supper, ed. Thomas R. Schreiner and Matt Crawford. NACSBT, Nashville: Broadman & Holman, 2010.
“Godliness and Gender: Relating Appropriately to All (1 Timothy 2:9–12),” JBMW 15.1 (2010): 27–32.
“Still Sola Scriptura: An Evangelical View of Scripture,” pages 215–40 in The Sacred Text: Excavating the Texts, Exploring the Interpretations, and Engaging the Theologies of the Christian Scriptures, ed. Michael Bird and Michael Pahl. Gorgias Précis Portfolios 7. Piscataway: Gorgias, 2010.
“Biblical Theology and Preaching,” pages 193–218 in Text Driven Preaching: God’s Word at the Heart of Every Sermon, ed. Daniel L. Akin, David L. Allen, and Ned L. Mathews. Nashville: Broadman and Holman, 2010.
“Was Joseph a Type of the Messiah? Tracing the Typological Identification between Joseph, David, and Jesus,” SBJT 12.4 (2008), 52–77.
“The Virgin Will Conceive: Typological Fulfillment in Matthew 1:18–23,” pages 228–47 in Built upon the Rock: Studies in the Gospel of Matthew, ed. John Nolland and Dan Gurtner. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2008.
“The Center of Biblical Theology in Acts: Deliverance and Damnation Display the Divine,” Themelios 33.3 (2008), 34–47.
“The Church Militant and Her Warfare: We Are Not Another Interest Group,” SBJT 11.4 (2007), 70–80.
“Pastors Are Not Elders: A Middle Way?” JBMW 13.1 (2008), 53–55.
“Divine Presence,” in Dictionary of the Old Testament: Wisdom, Poetry and Writings, ed. Peter Enns and Tremper Longman. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 2008.
“Theophany,” in Dictionary of the Old Testament: Wisdom, Poetry and Writings, ed. Peter Enns and Tremper Longman. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 2008.
With Denny Burk, “Younger Evangelicals and Women in Ministry: A Sketch of the Spectrum of Opinion,” JBMW 12.2 (2007), 26–40.
“The Seed of the Woman and the Blessing of Abraham,” Tyndale Bulletin 58.2 (2007), 253–73.
“The Influence of Isaiah on the Gospel of John,” Perichoresis 5.2 (2007), 139–62.
“The SBJT Forum: The Atonement under Fire,” SBJT 11.2 (2007), 112–14.
“What Women Can Do in Ministry: Full Participation within Biblical Boundaries,” pages 32–52 in Women, Ministry and the Gospel, ed. Mark A. Husbands and Timothy Larsen. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 2007.
With Terrance L. Tiessen, “Who Can Be Saved? Critical Dialogue Over a Recent Review,” Trinity Journal 28.2 (2007), 291–94.
“Who Can Be Saved? A Review Article,” Trinity Journal 28.1 (2007), 89–112.
“The Messianic Music of the Song of Songs: A Non-Allegorical Interpretation,” Westminster Theological Journal 68 (2006), 331–45.
“The Glory of God in Salvation through Judgment: The Center of Biblical Theology?” Tyndale Bulletin 57 (2006), 57–84.
“Rushing Wind and Organ Music: Toward Luke’s Theology of the Spirit in Acts,” Reformed Theological Review 65.1 (2006), 15–33.
“The Skull Crushing Seed of the Woman: Inner-Biblical Interpretation of Genesis 3:15,” The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 10.2 (2006), 30–54.
“God with Men in the Prophets and the Writings: An Examination of the Nature of God’s Presence,” Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology 23.2 (2005), 166–93.
“The One Who Does Them Shall Live By Them: Leviticus 18:5 in Galatians 3:12,” Gospel Witness (August 2005), 10-14.
“Were Old Covenant Believers Indwelt by the Holy Spirit?” Themelios 30 (2004), 12–22.
“Gender Roles and the Glory of God: A Sermon on 1 Corinthians 11:2-12,” Journal for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood 9.2 (2004), 35-39.
“N. T. Wright and Saul’s Moral Bootstraps: Newer Light on ‘The New Perspective’,” Trinity Journal 25 (2004), 139–55.
“Old Covenant Believers and the Indwelling Spirit: A Survey of the Spectrum of Opinion,” Trinity Journal, 24 (2003), 37–54.
“God with Men in the Torah,” Westminster Theological Journal, 65 (2003), 113–33.
16 responses to “Articles & Essays”
I just finished reading your treatise, WHAT WOMEN CAN DO IN MINISTRY: FULL PARTICIPATION WITHIN BIBLICAL BOUNDARIES, and I just wanted to thank you for the work on that paper. I have found very little written support for what I believe to be a Biblical handling of 1 Timothy 2:13-15 and it was refreshing to see your expansion of thought on that passage.
I am also a regular reader of 9 Marks and first saw your works there – an excellent site.
I read one article there co-authored by Gregg Allison, and noticed that he is now at Southwestern. I was a student of his at Western Seminary in Portland years ago and we attended the same church there as well. I can’t find any information for him at the Southwestern web site though. Odd.
I have included a link to my blog site as well – not that I’m expecting you to read my thoughts there, but out of mutual consideration I thought that I would include it.
Thanks again. I look forward to reading more from you.
Thanks for your note. I think that Gregg Allison is now at Southern Seminary in Louisville rather than Southwestern in Fort Worth, but I could be mistaken.
Thanks again for your kind words!
Do you know where I can find Tyndale Bulletin 57.1? Southern’s library didn’t recieve a copy for some reason. I want to read yours and Bird’s articles in that one. Sounds good.
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I just ran across your blog, and maybe you can help me with some questions I have. Could you maybe email me at the above address? I am really searching for some answers, and I thought you might be willing to help me out.
Thanks so much
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I am thankful for your faithfulness. Keep up the good work,
I just finished reading your article on the ‘center’ of Acts. I want to commend you. I began my reading somewhat skeptical. However, your explanation of the biblical data was very convincing. One remaining question is this. It seems that your hermeneutic of Acts in significantly tied to salvation-history. In fact, the only way the miracles of the early church fit into your schematic is if they are understood eschatologically in salvation-history (by the way I agree with your position). Is it possible to have such an influential hermeneutical paradigm and that paradigm not be the ‘center’? If the only way Acts is understood as “the glory of God in salvation through judgement” is to interpret the text in light of redemptive history–isn’t redemptive history the real underlying center? Just some thoughts, thanks for your work and ministry.
My off the cuff response is to say that salvation history isn’t the ultimate point of God’s plan, rather, his plan terminates on something. I think the plan of redemptive history serves the glory of God in salvation through judgment as the stream which carries the story forward to its termination point.
And, I think the glory of God in salvation through judgment will go on forever as the redeemed worship God forever, and it appears that they will always see the smoke going up from the torment of the wicked, so they will always be cognizant of the mercy they have received (Rev 19, Isa 66).
Thanks for your note!
The essay referred to in the first comment can be found here:
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Also, the essay on the center of Biblical theology can be found here: http://www.tyndalehouse.com/tynbul/library/TynBull_2006_57_1_04_Hamilton_GloryofGodCentre.pdf
I look forward to reading these after reading your Themelios article on biblical theology and Acts!
Thanks for your labors brother.
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I’ve been preaching/teaching through Genesis to a group of Bhutanese/Nepalese Hindus and will be plagerizing your gnarly essay on crushing skullz very shortly. Your spiritual gifts and seeds you planted are being utilized by God in ways you never imagined. Grace and peace man!
Great stuff, Jim! Thanks so much for sharing your work with us.
Thanks for making all these great articles available to us! They are a blessing!
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