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Coming Next in the Global Journal

Readers of the Global Journal will recall, in Vol. 8, No. 1, an article on Alvin Plantinga and the so-called “Reformed epistemology.”  This apologetic approach—derived from the thought of Plantinga, Nicholas Wolterstorff, and George Mavrodes—warrants (note the term!) further treatment, receiving, as it does, uncritical acceptance in some evangelical quarters.  Our lead article in Vol. 9, No. 2, will take issue with the effectiveness of the method: “Plantinga’s Reformed Epistemology, Evidentialism, and Evangelical Apologetics” by John D. Laing of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.  And, moving back to Reformation times, Jeff Fisher will offer an analysis of “The Justification of John Oecolampadius: His Teaching on the Doctrine and a Revision of McGrath’s Portrayal of the Swiss Reformer.”  Finally, the question of Jesus’ very existence will be discussed by Tim Snyder—over against the German higher critical views of sceptic G. A. Wells—in his essay, “The Heart of Christianity: An Apologetic Critiquing the Jesus Myth Theory.”

 
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