Vol. 6 No. 1 (November 2014)
Welcome to Crucible!
In this edition, we are please to present some very fine articles on a variety of topics including civil disobedience by Matthew Anslow, the implications of the doctrine of the Trinity for solitude by Emma Pavey, religious schools and neo-liberalism by Remy Low, and leadership development by Ian Hussey and Aaron Tkaczynski. There are also poems by Stuart Devenish and Jean Mathew plus book reviews.
We are also pleased to welcome one of our contributors, Ian Hussey, to the editorial committee. Ian is the Director of Postgraduate Studies at Malyon, a ministry of the Queensland Baptists. We look forward to Ian’s contribution.
We hope that you will appreciate the material in this edition of Crucible and hope that you might consider us as a place where your writing might find a home.
Cauldron: Peer Reviewed Scholarly Articles
Low – Fulfilling their God-given talents – Crucible 6-1 November 2014
Pavey – Personhood-Community-and-Solitude – Crucible 6-1 November 2014
Hussey + Tkaczynski – Leadership in Queensland Baptist Churches – Crucible 6-1 November 2014
Test Tube: Ministry Resources
Anslow – Romans 13 and Civil Disobedience – Crucible 6-1 November 2014
Filter: Book Reviews
James K. A. Smith, How (Not) to Be Secular
Andrew J. B. Cameron, Joined-Up Life
Glen O’Brien, Christian Worship
William T. Cavanaugh, Being Consumed
Kim Hammond and Darren Cronshaw, Sentness