The 2005 JETS editorial highlights current issues in culture that ETS and JETS are addressing, namely the nature of truth and the claims about Jesus put forth in Dan Brown’s popular novel, The Da Vinci Code.
“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life” (John 3:16). John’s entire Gospel is pervaded by this divine mission: God, the Father, in his love sending Jesus, his Son, to save all those who believe in him,… Read More
The quest for the most plausible historical setting surrounding the composition of the Fourth Gospel has had a colorful history in Johannine scholarship. Traditionally, it was thought that the Apostle John, at the urging of some of his disciples, put pen to papyrus and recorded his personal reminiscences of the life and times of Jesus’… Read More
Since its inception in the 1970s, North American egalitarianism has developed a distinct hermeneutic of its own with regard to its interpretation of gender-related passages in Scripture. It is not the purpose of the present article to address this subject comprehensively. Rather, the scope of this brief essay is limited to providing a response to… Read More
As many other aspects of the passage, the syntax of 1 Tim 2:12 has been the subject of serious scholarly discussion in recent years. It has increasingly become clear that before one can proceed to apply this crucial passage on women’s roles in the church, one must first determine what it means. In this quest… Read More