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Number 63 (September 2015)

Dr. Andy Warren-Rothlin, Paul from Zealot to Suffering Servant (Gal 1:11-17) and Modern Religious Zeal, ( pp. 4-19 )
Mrs. Linda Horlings, A New Hausa Bible Translation That Brings Out Meaning, ( pp. 20-23 )
Dr. Sunday Agang, A Vignette on the Bible and Human History: Biblical Humility as a Gift, ( pp. 24-34 )
Dr. David Smith, “The Word for the Whole World, ( pp. 35-44 )

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Number 62 (March 2015)

Dr. Rahila Jakawa, Engendering Theological Education for a Transforming Pastoral MinistryKindle Version, ( pp. 5-16 )
Rev. Samuel Nwokoro, A Biography of Rev. Dr. Harry Boer, ( pp. 17-33 )
Rev. Dr. Joel Biwul, Understanding Temple Concept and Cultic Worship in Israelite Religion, ( pp. – )

Number 61 (September 2014)

Dr. Sunday Agang, A Theological Analysis of Violence between Communities in Nigeria Today, ( pp. 4-15 )
Rev. Dr. Joel Biwul, The African Tradition of Burial in the Ancestral Land and Its Implications for the African Church Today, ( pp. 16-30 )
Rev. Dr. James Reynolds , A Comparative Analysis of the Healing Acts of Jesus with Healing Today, ( pp. 31-43 )

Number 60 (March 2014)

Mr. Peter Young, Prosperity Teaching: A Theological Evaluation, ( pp. 4-16 )
Prof. Timothy Palmer, Prosperity in the Old Testament, ( pp. 17-23 )
Rev. Victor Audu, Paradise: A Source of Inspiration for the Renewal of Social and Economic Structures in a Global Society, ( pp. 24-34 )

Number 59 (September 2013)

Prof. Musa Gaiya , Bridging the Gap between Formal and Non-Formal Theology in Nigeria, ( pp. 3-10 )
Rev. Dr. Gabriel Olaniyan, Modeling Christian Leadership after Leadership Traits of Prophet Elijah, ( pp. 11-27 )
Rev. Dr. Joel Biwul, The Challenge of Pastoral Hermeneutics in Africa: Suggestions for Effective Preaching by Nigerian Pastors, >( pp. 28-42 )

Number 57 (September 2012)

Dr. Peter Bartimawus , European and African Influences on the Lutheran Church of Christ in Nigeria, ( pp. 4-13 )
Dr. James Reynolds, The Significance of Contextual Theological Education in Theological Instruction, ( pp. 14-25 )
Dr. Zechariah Nassara, Prophet Amos, the Conscience of Israelite Society: Lessons for Contemporary Church Leaders, ( pp. 26-40 )
Prof. Andy Warren-Rothlin, Recent Progress in Bible Translation in Nigeria, ( pp. 41-44 )

Number 56 (March 2012)

Prof. Timothy Palmer, African Christian Theology: A New Paradigm, ( pp. 4-15 )
Prof. Mark Hopkins, At the Crossroads in Jos: To Manzikert or Poitiers?, ( pp. 16-28 )
Dr. Dauda Andrawus Gava, Moral Economy in James, ( pp. 29-40 )

Number 55 (Sept 2011)

Most Rev. Peter Akinola, Biblical Theological Education, ( pp. 4-8 )
Prof. Tersur Aben, Incarnation and Causality, ( pp. 9-18 )
Rev. Dr. Philip Tachin, A Calvinistic Christological Understanding of the Inspiration of Scripture, ( pp. 19-37 )

Number 54 (March 2011)

Rev. Dr. Chentu Nguvugher, Nigerian Religious Pilgrimages: Piety or Economic Waste?, ( pp. 4-18 )
Rev. Jordan Rengshwat, Henry George Farrant: The Last of the Venns?, ( pp. 19-32 )
Prof. Tersur Aben, Divine Simplicity and Property Exemplification, ( pp. 33-48 )

Number 53 (Sept 2010)

Rev. Dr. Philip Tachin, RB53_Tachin.pdf, ( pp. – )
Rev. Dr. Dauda Chentu, Luther and the Turks: Reflections on the Jos-Bukuru Crises, ( pp. – )
Prof. Dogara Gwamna, Christians and the Challenges of the End Times, ( pp. – )
Rev. Dr. Timothy Palmer, Reformation Perspectives on Abiding in Christ, ( pp. – )

Number 52 (March 2010)

Dr. Andy Warren-Rothlin, Bible Translation and Evangelism in West Africa, ( pp. 4-18 )
Dr. David Smith, Theology as a Voice for the Voiceless: Jean-Marc �la�s �African Cry’, ( pp. 19-29 )
Dr. Gwamna Dogara Je�adayibe and Dr. Amango A. Kudu, Sliding towards Armageddon: Revisiting Ethno-Religious Crises in Nigeria, ( pp. 30- )

Number 49 (March 2008)

Rev. Dr. Tersur Aben, Divine Extrinsicality and Immutability, ( pp. 4-11 )
Rev. Nyampa Kwabe, The Lord’s Supper in 1 Corinthians 11:17-34 and the Kamwe People, ( pp. 12-25 )
Mrs. Justina Damap , The ‘Real Widow’ in 1 Timothy 5 and Nigeria Today, ( pp. 26-32 )
Mrs. Rahila Jakawa, The Role of Sunday School Teachers in the Encouragement and Counselling of Children, ( pp. 33-42 )

Number 48 (September 2007)

Timothy P. Palmer, Martin Luther’s Theology of the Cross in the Nigerian Context, ( pp. 4-12 )
Bitrus A. Sarma, Belief and Character: Theology and Ethics of Road Safety in Nigeria, ( pp. 13-27 )
Wendy E. Helleman, Philosophy as Basis of Christian-Muslim Dialogue, ( pp. 28-40 )

Number 46 (September 2006)

Timothy Palmer, Byang Kato: Rejectionist or Conversionist?, ( pp. pp. 4-18 )
Rebecca Samuel Dali, ,font color=”#008000″>The Effects of the Jos Ethno-Religious Crisis on Women , ( pp. 19-35 )
Nyampa Kwabe, Father-Son Imagery in Psalm 2 and the Kamwe People, ( pp. 36-43 )
Musa Mambula, A Theological Response to HIV and AIDS, ( pp. 44-48 )

Number 45 (March 2006)

Rebecca Samuel Dali, The Jos Religious Crisis: Mutuality and Interdependence as Needed Solutions, ( pp. 4-20 )
Adrian Helleman , The Original Great Commission and Christ’s Great Commission, ( pp. 21-37 )
Solomon Umazi, The Restoration of the Outcast: An Exegetical Paper on the Story of Zacchaeus in Luke, ( pp. 38-50 )

Number 44 (September 2005)

David Crozier, Discipleship and Bible Translation in Nigerian Languages, ( pp. 4-13 )
Nyampa Kwabe, The Messianic Theme in Psalm 72, ( pp. 14-28 )
Yoilah Yilpet, Canon Criticism and its Significance for Evangelical Theology, ( pp. 29-49 )

Number 43 (March 2005)

Peter Young, An Evaluation of Prosperity Teaching”, ( pp. 4-15 )
James Reynolds, The Relevance of Martin Luther for the Lutheran Church of Christ in Nigeria, ( pp. 16-23 )
Timothy Palmer, The Relevance of John Calvin for Nigeria: Political Reflections on his Sermons, ( pp. 24-31 )
Nuhu Elisha, A Comparative Study of Gender Equality in Christianity and Islam, ( pp. 32-46 )