Unfortunately, the upcoming issue of Didaskalia has been held up in production. However, it sounds like it will soon finally make its appearance. In anticipation of its appearance, I thought I would share my editor’s introduction to the issue. We are once again making this issue available at the special rate of $5 for those within Canada and $10 for those in other countries. See prov.ca/didaskalia for more information.
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There is another excellent issue of Didaskalia on the near horizon. Once again, we have been able to make the issue available to interested readers at the special rate of $5 for those within Canada and $10 for those outside of Canada. You can sign up to receive the issue here.
To whet your appetite, I’m able to provide a sneak peak of the list of content for the upcoming issue: Continue reading “Death and Resurrection” Issue of Didaskalia →
I have an essay entitled, “Reclaiming an Eschatological Imagination: A Dogmatic Sketch” appearing in the most recent issue of Cultural Encounters: A Journal for the Theology of Culture on the theme “Apocalypse Now and Not Yet.” Friends and former students will know that I have been teaching and lecturing on these themes going all the way back to my comprehensive examination on Apocalyptic Eschatology written years ago under the supervision of Joseph Mangina. You can access a preview of the issue, which includes the first few pages of my essay here. The issue also includes an essay by Rodney Clapp entitled, “Apocalyptic Hope in a World Consumed by Apocalypse” and an essay by John Morehead called “The Truth is Out There” on extraterrestrial salvation.
A Guest Post by Joseph Mangina
This is the second in a series of posts engaging with the sermons in Leaps of Faith: Sermons from the Edge. This post is a reflection upon a sermon preached at the funeral of Lucia Metella Robinson, entitled, “‘Mary and Martha, Lucia and Lazarus” (pp. 165-170). The Scriptural text for the sermon was John 11:1-3, 17-44. Continue reading Mary and Martha, Lucia and Lazarus →