Current Issue

The latest, published issue of Didaskalia is on the topic of “Engaging Scripture.”


Peer-Reviewed Articles

  • “Formed by the Word in an Age of Information: Recovering a Biblical Approach to Scripture” – Joshua Coutts
  • “The Word Alone? Sola Scriptura and Church Authority as Trinitarian Event in Calvin’s Theology” – Michael Brain
  • “Chalcedonian Hermeneutics of the Word: Reconciling Biblical and Theological Studies through the Incarnational Analogy” – Eric Larson
  • “The Theophanic World of Genesis: A Neoplatonic Framework for Reconciling Genesis and the Doctrine of Creation Ex Nihilo” – Hayden Lukas
  • “What Prayer Did Jesus Offer to the One Who Could Save Him (Heb 5:7)? Proposing the Deliberate Omission of “Sacrifice” in Heb 5:3” – Edmund Neufeld

From the Front Lines

  • “Engaging the Bible in Bethlehem: Encountering Palestinian Christians” – Yousef Kamal AlKhouri
  • “Teaching Scripture Cross-Culturally” – David Johnson

From the Pulpit to the Lectern

  • “Between Silence and Utterance” – Ryan Turnbull
  • “A Sermon for the 400th Anniversary of the King James Bible – Victor Shepherd
  • “Giving in to Gravity”  – Nate Wall-Bowering
  • “’Preaching the Bible in a Time of Underconfidence” – Kenton C. Anderson

Book Reviews

  • Reading While Black  by Esau McCaulley – Heather Macumber
  • Hermeneutics as Apprenticeship by David Starling – Angelle Arinobu
  • Uniting History and Theology by Seth Heringer – Joshua Coutts
  • Freedom Under the Word edited by Ben Rodes and Martin Westerholm – Daniel Rempel
  • Reading in the Presence of Christ by Joel Banman – Patrick Franklin
  • The Septuagint by Gregory Lanier and William Ross – Christopher Lortie
  • Memoir of Moses by A.J. Culp – Lissa Wray Beal
  • Creation and the Flood by John K. Griffin – Dustin Burlet
  • The Genesis Cataclysm by W. Joseph Stallings – Dustin Burlet
  • Jesus and John Wayne by Kristen Kobes Du Mez – James Driedger

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