GLOBAL JOURNAL MAIN PAGE | EDITORIAL BOARD | TABLE OF CONTENTS (vol. 10, no. 3)
Coming Next in the Global Journal
The first issue of Vol. 11 of the Global Journal will feature a most important article by our frequent contributor Dr Donald T. Williams: "Lacking, Ludicrous, or Logical? The Validity of Lewis's 'Trilemma'": a defense of C. S. Lewis's argument that since Jesus was neither lunatic nor liar, his claim to be Lord God Incarnate needs to be accepted as factually true. Pastor J. A. Stewart contributes a related article: a trenchant critique of Hume's classic argument against the miraculous. Finally, Michael Parsons of Paternoster Press and Spurgeon's College, London, offers "Luther's Insights into Grief: His Pastoral Letters"--a clear testimony to the deep spirituality of Protestantism's founder and a solid help to Christians today suffering the pangs of grief and loss.
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