Lexington Theological Quarterly

The Quarterly is now published only in electronic format. It will be emailed to all alumni/ae free of charge. In 2011 it will also be available in full text in the ATLA (American Theological Library Association) database and through the ATLASforALUM program. We regret that we can no longer continue to exchange this publication with other institutions. Back issues (prior to 2006) of both the College of the Bible Quarterly and the Lexington Theological Quarterly may be ordered through the Seminary Library.

Vol. XLV Fall and Winter 2013

LTS Quarterly Copyright Page
Table of Contents and Editors Note

We Are All Connected: Toward A Biblical Theology of Creation
Richard D. Weis
p.57-68

Critical Spatiality: Mhay’s Room and the Kingdom of God
Emily Askew
p. 69-78

“A Little Wine”: 1 Timothy 5:23 and Greco-Roman Youth
Christopher R. Hutson
p. 79-98

Review Essay: Comparing Restoration/Stone Campbell
New Testament Introductions
Jerry Sumney
p. 99-108

Book Reviews
p. 109

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Vol. XLV – Spring and Summer 2013

LTS Quarterly Copyright Page
Table of Contents and Editors Note

Practicing Egypt: Exodus and the Deceit of Imperial Sedentarist Metaphysics
Emily Askew
p.1-8

Forging a New Covenant Amid Institutional Collapse
Richard Weis
p. 9-15

An Hour of Study: Sermon Preparation as a Spiritual Practice
Wes Allen
p. 17-35

The Meanings of Baptism in Colossians
Jerry Sumney
p. 37-47

Book Reviews
p. 49-54

 

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LTS Quarterly Vol. 44 Winter 2011 No. 4

LTS Quarterly Copyright Page
Cover Page
Table of Contents and Editors Note

The End Better Than the Beginning
John W. McGarvey
p. 175 – 178

A Grade of Ninety
John W. McGarvey
p. 179 – 182

Why Preach
John W. McGarvey
p. 183 – 186

What to Preach
John W. McGarvey
p. 187 – 190

The Study and Selection of Hymns
John W. McGarvey
p. 191 – 196

Lord, Teach Us to Pray
John W. McGarvey
p. 197 – 200

Pray and Spirit
John W. McGarvey
p. 201 – 204

Poor Preachers
John W. McGarvey
p. 201 – 204

Action in the Pulpit
John W. McGarvey
p. 209 – 212

How to be Respected
John W. McGarvey
p. 213 – 216

Robert Milligan
John W. McGarvey
p. 217 – 220

Robert Graham
John W. McGarvey
p. 221 – 225

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LTS Quarterly Vol. 44 Winter 2011 No. 3

♦ LTS Quarterly Copyright Page
♦ Cover Page
♦ Table of Contents and Editors Note

 

Introduction to More John W. McGarvey Outlines
O. Wesley Allen and Jerry Sumney
p. 118-174

 

 

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LTS Quarterly Vol. 44 Summer 2011 No. 2

LTS Quarterly Copyright Page
Cover Page
Table of Contents and Editors Note

John W. McGarvey
Bill Paulsell
p. 59 – 64

J. W. McGarvey as Preacher
Wes Allen
p. 65-66

A Selection of Sermon Outlines from John W. McGarvey
Jerry Sumney and Wes Allen
p. 67 – 117

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Vol. XLIV, Winter 2011, No. 1

LTS Quarterly Copyright Page
Cover Page
Table of Contents

Extending or Restricting the Covenant?
Abraham and the People of God in Christian Tradition

Anders Runesson
p. 1

Letter to a Friend about Jesus as Savior, a Query for Disciples of Christ
Bill Nottingham
p. 17

Scripture as the Human Word of God:
Why Faith Contradicts Inerrancy

Christopher R. Hutson
p. 25

Book Reviews
p. 37

Books Received List
p. 56

 

 

Vol. XLIII, Spring, Summer, Fall 2008, No. 1-4

This volume of the Quarterly is dedicated to completing the republication of Marian Duncan Adam’s book, A Flame of Fire. This important look at a Disciples mission experience was self-published by Ms. Adams in 1999, but never received the attention and circulation it deserves. Its publication here in the LTQ intends to make this work available to a wider range of readers and researchers. The first half of the book appears in the previous volume of the Quarterly. We thank Ms. Adams and her granddaughter Ms. Karen Cantley for permission to have the book appear in the LTQ. We also thank Dr. Dianne Bazell for her work in securing this permission.

Table of Contents

Interim Trip – Help or Hindrance?
p. 1

Irreconcilable
p. 15

1926 – Dr. Osgood
p. 24

Lois Nichols and Norton H. Bare, M.D.
p. 28

1927 – Turmoil
p. 44

Robbed
p. 54

1928 – Calm Before the Final Storm
p. 68

1929 – Conflict
p. 84

Triumph and Tragedy
p. 97

The Petersons Return
p. 108

1930 – The New Church
p. 114

1931 – Picking Up the Pieces
p. 128

1932 – The End of the Batang Tibetan Christian Mission
p. 138

The Batang Christian Church On Its Own
p. 152

Epilogue
p.  166

References
p.  185

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Vol. XLII, No. 2-4, Summer, Fall, Winter 2007

Disciples Near the Roof of the World:
A Guide to Marian L. Duncan‟s A Flame of the Fire

DIANNE BAZELL. p.78

A Flame of the Fire
MARIAN L. DUNCAN 

Introduction
p. 91

Prologue
p. 102

In the Beginning…There was Light
PETRUS and DR. SUSIE RIJNHART. p.106 Go Tell It on the Mountain
DR. ALBERT AND FLORA SHELTON.   p.118  

Go In, Not Out, Forward, Not Back
JAMES AND MINNIE OGDEN.  p.122

I Walk This Lonesome Valley
WILLIAM MOORE and NINA PALMER HARDY.  p.133

Rejoicing in the Vision
HAROLD A. and JOSEPHINE W. BAKER.   p.141

But We Are Not Alone
RODERICK and ESTHER MACLEOD.   p.154

Anxiety
p.169

We Brothers – Make the World Our Home
J. RUSSELL and GERTRUDE MORSE and MARION H.
and K LOUISE H. DUNCAN.  p. 183

How Very Lonesome! – “God‟s Acre beside the Long, Long Trail to Lhasa”
p. 189

The Living: The Missionary and the Native
p. 200

The Middle Years – 1923
p. 214

1924
p.  221

Seven New Missionaries
p. 230
- One Life to Live
IVAN CHARLES and AMANDA WING WORHLEY
– Our Constant Dream
LELAND AND CORRINE EMERSON
– A Walk in the Clouds”
GRACE NORA YOUNG
– “Others Have Labored” “We Follow in their Train”
RAYMOND and GEORGIA FILLMORE PETERSON

Home at Last
p.  238

1925 – Utter Confusion
p.  260

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Vol. XLI, Nos. 3&4, Fall & Winter 2006

Special Themed Issue: “Who Are the Disciples in the Twenty-first Century?”

Contents

Our Disciples Freedom
WILLIAM O. PAULSEL.   p.185

Disciples and the Ecumenical Movement
LISA W. DAVISON & WILLIAM O. PAULSEL.   p.193

Ministry on the Margins : Themes for Understanding Disciples Ministry
STEVEN A. MONHOLLEN.   p.201

Disciples and Education
LISA W. DAVISON.   p.215

Facing the Disciples Leadership Challenge on the Front Edge of the 21st Century
R. ROBERT CUENI.   p.223

Disciples and the Bible
JERRY L SUMNEY.   p.235

Worship Which Sustains Us
SHARON R. WARNER.   p.247

Ethnic Diversity and the Issue of Education : Latino/a Perspectives
DAISY L. MACHADO.   p.263

Faculty Response to the CUIC Proposal On the Reconciliation of Ministries
LTS FACULTY.   p.281