For the Truth.
For the Church.
For the World.
For the Glory of God.

Stephen J. Wellum

Editorial: Preaching the Glory of Christ from a “Whole Bible”

Editorial: Reflecting on Priests, Priesthood, and the Glory of Christ

Editorial: Thinking Theologically About Vocation and Work

Editorial: Celebrating the Reformation by Remembering the Legacy of Martin Luther

Editorial: Learning with Peter to “Stand Firm in God’s Grace”

Simon Peter is perhaps one of the most attractive of all the people and writers of the NT. He is a predominate individual in the Gospels and the early part of Acts, as an apostle of our Lord Jesus Christ. Like his brother Andrew, Simon was a fisherman before he was called to follow Christ.…

Editorial: Our Glorious Triune God

We must never grow tired of gaining greater precision and clarity in our theological thinking, especially when it is about the God who has created and redeemed us.

Editorial: Thinking about Typology

Typology allows us to know God’s Word better and to see how all of Scripture relates to Christ, and how, we, as God’s people, are the beneficiaries of all of God’s promises in Christ.

Editorial: Learning from John Owen

Why should we study people from the past, especially the distant past? Why not merely focus on current issues that the church faces, for after all, what do people from a previous era have to teach us today? Two responses can be given to these questions, one from Scripture and the second from experience. First,…

Editorial: Reading and Apply Malachi Today

Editorial: Proclaiming the Gospel to Islam

Faculty Books

Editorial: Reflections on the Significance of Biblical Theology

In recent years, “biblical theology” as a discipline has grown in evangelical theology which has resulted in positive results. However, there are still differences in regard to its definition and why it is important. Since this issue of SBJT is devoted to the larger topic of biblical theology and various themes within it, it may…

Editorial: Remembering the Reformation by Reflecting on its Solas

Read Full Journal Next year the Church will celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Historians usually date the start of the Reformation to the 1517 publication of Martin Luther’s “95 Theses.” On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther, a German Augustinian monk, posted his theses on a church door in the university town of…

Solus Christus: What the Reformers Taught and Why It Still Matters

Editorial: Learning from Paul’s Second Letter to Corinth

Every year we devote one issue of SBJT to a study Lifeway’s January Bible study book. For 2016, our focus is on Paul’s second letter to the Corinthian church. In focusing our attention on this specific book of Scripture, I am reminded about the story told by Kent Hughes regarding one of the world’s most…

The Summer 2009 SBJT Forum

Editorial: Living All of Life to God’s Glory

At Southern Seminary, over the last couple of years, we have been enjoying the work and ministry of the Commonweal Project as it has been hosting conferences, bringing in various guest speakers from all over the country, and offering a number of lectures from Southern Seminary’s own faculty. If you are not familiar with the…

Editorial: Reflecting on the Greatest Person Imaginable: God the Son Incarnate

The well-known church historian, Jaroslav Pelikan, famously begins his book Jesus through the Centuries with the following observation: “Regardless of what anyone may personally think or believe about him, Jesus of Nazareth has been the dominant figure in the history of western culture for almost twenty centuries.” Pelikan’s observation is no overstatement on a number of…