The Center for Christian Studies is proud to announce that the Journal of Christian Studies II/1 has shipped, beginning our second year of production of the journal and continuing the excellent scholarship for the church it provides.
The theme of this issue is “The Ten Commandments,” with each article offering insight into these foundational texts.
Jordan J. Ballor (Center for Religion, Culture & Democracy), "Reconciling Virtues and the Decalogue: Zacharias Ursinus (1534–1583) on the Ethical Teachings of the Heidelberg Catechism."
Harold Shank (Global Christian Studies and Network 127), "The Decalogue and Justice for Children: the Value and the Vulnerability of Children."
R. Mark Shipp (Independent Scholar—formerly Pat E. Harrell professor of Old Testament, Austin Graduate School of Theology), "The Sixth Commandment: To Kill or Not to Kill."
Keith D. Stanglin (Center for Christian Studies), "The Ten Commandments for New Testament Christians."
Kevin J. Youngblood (Harding University), "Who Is My Neighbor? Parallelism and Identification of Neighbors in Deuteronomy’s Decalogue."
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With the launch of volume 2, CCS has made available one full article from previous issues digitally on our Back Issues of JCS page.
JCS II/2 is right around the corner, due to be available in May 2023. The theme of the issue is “The Christian and the Polis” and will explore Christians’ responsibilities to the political life of the “City of Man.” Be watching for more updates as we near production of that issue.
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