Issue 83 – Winter 2022
Foundations is an international journal of evangelical theology published in the United Kingdom. Its aim is to cover contemporary theological issues by articles and reviews, taking in exegesis, biblical theology, church history and apologetics, and to indicate their relevance to pastoral ministry. Its particular focus is the theology of evangelical churches which are committed to biblical truth and evangelical ecumenism. It has been published by Affinity (formerly The British Evangelical Council) from its inception as a print journal. It became a digital journal in April 2011.
DJ is the Editor of Foundations. He is also an Elder at Cambridge Presbyterian Church and Assistant Professor of Historical Theology at Westminster Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
Robert is a Pastor of Bradford on Avon Baptist Church and a former Principle of London Seminary.
Peter is an Adjunct Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at Westminster Presbyterian Seminary, UK.
Andy is the Director of Solas, a Visiting Lecturer at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto, and an Adjunct Research Fellow at the Arthur Jeffery Centre for the Study of Islam at Melbourne School of Theology. He is also the author of several books.
E.M. Hicham is a PhD student in the history of Christian-Muslim relations and a minister at a French Reformed Baptist Church.
John is a retired minister of the Free Church of Scotland Continuing and Lecturer in Church History at the Free Church Seminary (Inverness).
Màiri is a Mission Strengthener at Edinburgh City Mission and a former MTh student in Missiology at Edinburgh Theological Seminary.
Thorsten is a minister of the Rhenish Church in Namibia and BCMS Crosslinks mission partner. He has been seconded by his church to serve as Vice-Principal at Edinburgh Bible College (EBC).
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