The latest issue of the Scottish Journal of Theology has been published online. The ToC is listed below. For this issue, I wrote a review on the lecture collection by E. Kaesemann called On Being a Disciple of the Crucified Nazarene. It is an inspiration read (the book, not my review!), if you are interested.
“Ezekiel’s Awkward God: Atheism, Idolatry and the Via Negativa” (Andrew Mein)
“The ‘Sophiological’ Origins of Vladimir Lossky’s Apophaticism” (Brandon Gallaher)
“Actualism and Beauty: Karl Barth’s Insistence on the Auch in his Account of Divine Beauty” (William T. Barnett”
“‘An Extraordinarily Acute Embarrassment’: The Doctrine of Angels in Barth’s Göttingen Dogmatics” (Donald Wood)
“Christological Foundations for an Ecological Ethic: Learning from Bonhoeffer” (Benjamin J. Burkholder)