Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary

5 Jan 2015

Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal

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If you notice the header of this blog, you will see a tab marked “Journal,” which if selected will take you to the web page for our seminary journal. Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal began in 1996 and is published annually in the fall of the year.  At the web page you will find the table of contents for all the back issues as well as free pdfs for all articles prior to 2011.

Here are links to a few of the articles from 1996–1997 that you may find of interest:

Erasmus and the Textus Receptus

The Message of Ecclesiastes

Persevering and Falling Away: A Reexamination of Hebrews 6:4-6

The Preface to the KJV and the KJV Only Position

James 2:21-24 and the Justification of Abraham

Elihu’s Contribution to the Thought of the Book of Job

Does the Believer Have One Nature or Two?

2 Responses

  1. Kent Hobi

    Dr. Combs,
    The DBTS Journal has been such a great help to me and my students at GLBI. I know the work in producing the journal must be monumental. I just want to say thank you and please know that the influence of its articles are helping to shape our thinking here in NE Ohio.

  2. Sam Hendrickson

    Was just thinking through how useful the above articles have been to me over the years! May God enable the Journal to continue, to grow and expand!

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