Issue 84 – Summer 2023
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.
Peter is an Adjunct Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at Westminster Presbyterian Seminary, UK.
Rev. Robin Gray is the Minister of Gardenstown New Church, a congregation of the Free Church of Scotland, on the North Aberdeenshire Coast. He is married to Megan and they have a 3-year old daughter, Jessica.
Phil Heaps is co-pastor at Highbury Baptist Church, where he is trying to work out how to shepherd a small, inner-city church after sixteen years in a much larger, town church. He’s married to Ruth and (like Job) has three beautiful daughters. And a son.
Mark Thomas has been Minister of Borras Park Evangelical Church, Wrexham, since 2003. He also currently serves as General Secretary of the Evangelical Movement of Wales.
Rev. Dr Patrick Fung is currently the General Director of OMF International (formerly the China Inland Mission). OMF currently has 1,400 missionaries sharing the good news with East Asia’s people. Patrick was one of the Keswick Bible conference speakers in the UK in 2011 & 2015.
Regional Director of Flourish, London Seminary’s training programme for women, a writer and a teacher.
Professor Emeritus, University of York.
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