The Meaning and Telos of Israel’s Election: An Interfaith Response to N.T. Wright’s Reading of Paul

Until 5th November 2019, get free access to Joel Kaminsky and Mark Reasoner’s full article ‘The Meaning and Telos of Israel’s Election: An Interfaith Response to N.T.…


Tyrolean stigmata in England: the voyage of the supernatural in the nineteenth century

Two young women in villages less than ten miles apart drew international attention from devout Catholics and sensation seekers.


John Locke and the Toleration of Catholics: A New Manuscript

Our article investigates the provenance and significance of the manuscript, showing how its content reveals that Locke is commenting on a book by Sir Charles Wolseley (1629/30-1714) called Liberty of conscience, the magistrates interest (1668), as a way of asking whether Catholics can be tolerated.


Do as I Say, Not as They Do: Social Construction in the Epistle of Barnabas Through Canonical Interpretation and Ritual

Until 1st September 2019, get free access to Jason N. Yuh’s full article ‘Do as I Say, Not as They Do: Social Construction in the Epistle of Barnabas Through Canonical Interpretation and Ritual’ From Harvard Theological Review’s latest publication, Volume 112, Issue 3.…


The Doctrine of the Extent of the Atonement among the Early English Particular Baptists

Until 25th August, 2019, get free access to David H. Wenkel’s full article ‘The Doctrine of the Extent of the Atonement among the Early English Particular Baptists’ in Harvard Theological Review’s latest publication, Volume 112, Issue 3.…


Ricoeur on Truth in Religious Discourse: A Reclamation

Check out Patrick J. Casey’s article ‘Ricoeur on Truth in Religious Discourse: A Reclamation’ in Horizons’  latest publication, Volume 46, Issue 1 In this paper I take preliminary steps in exploring the philosophical underpinnings of interreligious learning.…


Blessing of the Oil of Catechumens

Blessing of the Oil of Catechumens. The text of this prayer is, in the words of Anthony Ward, “substantially a new and largely free composition.”[1] Previous renditions of the blessing of the oil of catechumens included rites of exorcism and adulation, but these “ha[ve] been done away with by the new rite.”[2] As with the oil of the sick, this blessing speaks to the import of the oil before it has been blessed.…


Theological Interpretation of Scripture and Biblical Criticism: Brevard Childs and Julius Wellhausen

Get free access to Collin Cornell's article “A Sharp Break: Childs, Wellhausen, and Theo-referentiality”, in Harvard Theological Review until 20th June 2019 Brevard Childs and Julius Wellhausen are two of my intellectual heroes. But they do not get along—so to speak.