The Disciples of Christ Historical Society (DCHS) has decided to revive its periodical “Discipliana” as a scholarly and fully refereed journal sponsored by the Society. The new title will be “The Journal of Discipliana” and the venue for publication will be solely online. All published articles and reviews will be published in an “open access” format.
Content eligible for publication will include scholarly treatments (historical or contemporary) of all aspects of the Stone-Campbell Movement utilizing perspectives and methodologies provided by any of the disciplines currently active in religious or theological studies (theology, bible, history, ethics, practical theology, religion and art, ethnic and cultural studies.)
DCHS is pleased to announce that Mark G. Toulouse, Emeritus Professor of American Religious History at Brite Divinity School, has agreed to be the General Editor of the “The Journal of Discipliana.” An Editorial Committee will serve alongside Toulouse to review and commission articles. Managing Editor is James L. McMillan, DCHS Archival Associate.
Reconstructing the Gospel – Finding Freedom from Slaveholder Religion by Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove Foreword by The Reverend Dr. William J. Barber II
At Google Books
At a library
5 minute MP3 audio book preview
Every book reviewer lives in a context.
Mine is peppered with influences:
ADRIS Newsletter back in the day (Thank you, David Moberg).
Gailyn Van Rheenen (et. al. from ACU and some professors from FHU) Van Rheenen Thoughts on Church Growth Movement.
Global Church, localized manifestations / incarnations through this lens.
I’m a long-time fanboy of OMSC. Was looking at Thomas John Hastings, What Is This New Thing God Is Doing? in International Bulletin of Mission Research
Saw this in their audio lecture archives this a.m.
Faith and Life: Theological Formation off the Grid – Ruth Padilla DeBorst
While Thomas John Hastings didn’t mention the Spirit’s current emphasis on bi-vocational missioning (Clergy perks, y’all #500thAnniversaryProtestantReformation), Ruth Padilla DeBorst did.
Cybermissiology in global “interdenominational” (church universal / global beloved community / ekklesia)
Also seen recently The Archbishop Romero Trust
Stephen R. Haynes: The battle for Bonhoeffer
Martin Luther King: Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution
John Pavlovitz: The Sins of Christians Choosing The Economy Over Morality
Max Keiser interviews Dr. Michael Hudson re: “…and forgive them their debts: Lending, Foreclosure and Redemption — From Bronze Age Finance to the Jubilee Year.” #PoorPeoplesCampaign
Eric Toussaint: Debt Cancellation in Mesopotamia and Egypt from 3000 to 1000 BC
Michael Hudson: The Land Belongs to God
The Benefits of Debt Relief December 19, 2013
Timothy S. Lee
IN VIEW OF EXISTING CONDITIONS
A Brief History of the North American Pacific/Asian Disciples, 1891-2010
(From the Margins to the Mainstream)