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abondservant | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 20 2015 11:45 PM

June Hunt - Southern Baptist. I suspect she is also Arminian because she was mentored by W. A. Criswell who is a southern baptist and Arminian. Plus she attended Southern Methodist University - which would of course be Arminian.

http://religionblog.dallasnews.com/2008/05/june-hunt-plans-46m-complex-in.html/


Hailed by the article as a Southern Baptist feminist.

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abondservant | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jan 21 2015 12:31 AM

Dan Allender - graduate of Westminster. So he's reformed and Presbyterian.

He's also a Sabatarian. Not sure if we want to track that or not... But it came up in the wikipedia article.

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Andrew Baguley | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Feb 8 2015 1:47 PM

The latest edition of the spreadsheet is: 6403.Denominations and Theology.zip

The reference guide is here: 4426.Theology and Denomination Tag Reference.doc

There are hundreds more authors categorised, but still hundreds more to do.  I'll keep working on the rest when I get time.  Feel free to make suggestions, corrections, etc. and I'll try to add them as soon as I can.  The Faithlife Group (https://faithlife.com/logos-library-theology-denomination-tags/about) is up to 944 members and 137 followers, and I've updated all the collections available there.

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Andrew Baguley | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Feb 8 2015 2:05 PM

abondservant:

Dan Allender - graduate of Westminster. So he's reformed and Presbyterian.

He's also a Sabatarian. Not sure if we want to track that or not... But it came up in the wikipedia article.

Thanks for all the support, abondservant.  If you can come up with long, reliable, well-documented lists of Sabbatarians, feminists or Landmarkians, I'm up for adding them.  Just because someone went to a particular college isn't usually enough, so I haven't added Arminian for June Hunt or Reformed for Dan Allender.  I think they would need stronger evidence, though I did add Dan Allender as an Evangelical, as he founded an Evangelical School of Theology.  Feel free to come back to me on this, and keep the suggestions coming.  Thanks again.

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Don Awalt | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Feb 8 2015 2:11 PM

Hi Andrew, I went out to the Faithife group to update my copies of your files, and every one you posted in the last couple of hours says "my copy is up to date". I don't see how that could be as I have not gone out there in the months since your last update. Did the proper files go out there, or did I do something wrong?

Thanks,

Don

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Andrew Baguley | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Feb 8 2015 2:31 PM

Don Awalt:

Hi Andrew, I went out to the Faithife group to update my copies of your files, and every one you posted in the last couple of hours says "my copy is up to date". I don't see how that could be as I have not gone out there in the months since your last update. Did the proper files go out there, or did I do something wrong?

Thanks,

Don

Thanks, Don, or maybe that should be apologies.  It's been a while and I forgot I had to update every single collection at https://documents.logos.com/.  It's a little tedious, so if anyone knows a better way, feel free to pass it on.  Let me know if they're still not updated, as they should be by now.

Thanks again for the prompt.

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Don Awalt | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Feb 8 2015 3:37 PM

Thanks Andrew, they all uploaded perfectly! Thanks so much for doing this ministry that is so useful to so many!

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Jeff Brown | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Feb 8 2015 5:37 PM

In Criswell's message on Predestination he claimed to be a calvinist. You can find it here: http://www.wacriswell.com/sermons/1955/doctrine-of-predestination/

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abondservant | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Feb 9 2015 6:17 AM

abondservant:

June Hunt - Southern Baptist.
http://religionblog.dallasnews.com/2008/05/june-hunt-plans-46m-complex-in.html/


Hailed by the article as a Southern Baptist feminist.

Andrew Baguley:

  Feel free to come back to me on this, and keep the suggestions coming.  Thanks again.

you forgot to list her as southern baptist.

Jeff Brown:

In Criswell's message on Predestination he claimed to be a calvinist. You can find it here: http://www.wacriswell.com/sermons/1955/doctrine-of-predestination/

60 years is a long time. Per my history professor who is a Calvinist and friend of Criswell, Criswell is an Arminian.

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Andrew Baguley | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Feb 22 2015 12:53 PM

Jeff Brown:

In Criswell's message on Predestination he claimed to be a calvinist. You can find it here: http://www.wacriswell.com/sermons/1955/doctrine-of-predestination/

Thanks, Jeff.  Great reference.  That will be included on the next update.

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Andrew Baguley | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Feb 22 2015 1:03 PM

abondservant:

abondservant:

June Hunt - Southern Baptist.
http://religionblog.dallasnews.com/2008/05/june-hunt-plans-46m-complex-in.html/


Hailed by the article as a Southern Baptist feminist.

Andrew Baguley:

  Feel free to come back to me on this, and keep the suggestions coming.  Thanks again.

you forgot to list her as southern baptist.

Jeff Brown:

In Criswell's message on Predestination he claimed to be a calvinist. You can find it here: http://www.wacriswell.com/sermons/1955/doctrine-of-predestination/

60 years is a long time. Per my history professor who is a Calvinist and friend of Criswell, Criswell is an Arminian.

Thanks, as always abs.

Firstly, on Criswell.  I think I accept that he self-identified as a Calvinist.  The sermon cited had him say it in 1955.  The sermon at http://www.wacriswell.com/transcript/?thisid=41F4D67B-A55F-46DC-9C439F2D915FACBB had him say it again in 1987.  If there's any evidence that he self-identified as Arminian, or even not-Calvinist, I'll happily change it.

Secondly, on June Hunt, apologies.  I must have assumed she already was marked as Southern Baptist for some reason.  I've changed it for the next release.

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Andrew Baguley | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Feb 22 2015 1:22 PM

I've added a new collection, called Theology: Liberation, as per the request here: https://faithlife.com/logos-library-theology-denomination-tags/topics/1375.  The rule at the moment is: Author:("Chaves, João B", "De La Torre, Miguel A.", "Fiorenza, Elisabeth Schussler", "Harris, James H.", "Moltmann, Jürgen", "Ruether, Rosemary Ruether", "Trible, Phyllis")

Please let me know any suggestions for amendments or additions.  Remember the authors should be available in Logos, and please provide evidence if possible.

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Feb 22 2015 2:44 PM

Andrew Baguley:

I've added a new collection, called Theology: Liberation, as per the request here: https://faithlife.com/logos-library-theology-denomination-tags/topics/1375.  The rule at the moment is: Author:("Chaves, João B", "De La Torre, Miguel A.", "Fiorenza, Elisabeth Schussler", "Harris, James H.", "Moltmann, Jürgen", "Ruether, Rosemary Ruether", "Trible, Phyllis")

Please let me know any suggestions for amendments or additions.  Remember the authors should be available in Logos, and please provide evidence if possible.

I'm not sure James H. Harris is a liberation theologian himself or just someone writing about it. His bio would lead me to conclude the latter.

I don't know whether everything by Moltmann counts as liberation theology. He was a German Reformed theologian. He is included in lists of liberation theologians for his "own form of liberation theology predicated on the view that God suffers with humanity, while also promising humanity a better future through the hope of the Resurrection, which he has labelled a 'theology of hope'." But he wrote other stuff too that isn't specifically liberation theology, on the trinity, etc. Only someone well versed in his work would be able to separate out the true liberation theology works.

If Logos carried them, several major liberation theologian authors who should be in such a list would be Leonardo Boff, Gustavo Gutiérrez, and Segundo Galilea. There is also a long list at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liberation_theology#Theologians. I haven't checked the whole list to see if Logos carries other authors on it. I'd question Henri Nouwen being on the list. Though he was certainly influenced by liberation theology, most of what he wrote would not fall in that category. Their list is also missing Segundo Galilea (probably because there is no English Wikipedia page for him, but there is a Spanish one).

Note that the Wikipedia list does not include Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza, Rosemary Ruether Ruether, or Phyllis Trible. Liberation Theology unqualified generally refers to the Latin American variety. Though feminist theology is a kind of liberation theology, it is usually considered its own separate strand and I would not expect to find those authors in a collection of Liberation Theology.

There are a few other titles I'd add to such a collection, but they are probably not by authors who would be considered liberation theologians themselves, probably merely people writing about liberation theology. They could be added (without including anything else unwanted) by appending OR (Title:liberation AND Title:theology) to your rule. That wouldn't pick up the James H. Harris book (which definitely should be in the collection), but it could be added by title OR ("Preaching Liberation").

Heaney, Sharon E. (2008). Contextual Theology for Latin America: Liberation Themes in Evangelical Perspective. Milton Keynes; Colorado Springs, CO; Hyderabad: Paternoster.

Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. (1984). Instruction on Certain Aspects of the “Theology of Liberation” (Libertatis nuntius). Vatican City: Libreria Editrice Vaticana.

Muskus, Eddy José (2002). The Origins and Early Development of Liberation Theology in Latin America: With Particular Reference to Gustavo Gutiérrez. Cumbria; Waynesboro: Paternoster Press.

Hill, Johnny Bernard (2013). Prophetic Rage: A Postcolonial Theology of Liberation. (B. E. Benson, M. E. Berry, & P. G. Heltzel, Eds.). Grand Rapids, MI; Cambridge: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company.

https://www.logos.com/product/7988/preaching-liberation

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William | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Feb 22 2015 10:15 PM

Andrew

Is there a way I might help you with your denomination file.

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Andrew Baguley | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Feb 23 2015 12:11 AM

William Bingham:

Andrew

Is there a way I might help you with your denomination file.

Quite possibly, William.  What did you have in mind?

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Andrew Baguley | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, May 3 2015 2:14 PM

Rosie Perera:

Andrew Baguley:

I've added a new collection, called Theology: Liberation, as per the request here: https://faithlife.com/logos-library-theology-denomination-tags/topics/1375.  The rule at the moment is: Author:("Chaves, João B", "De La Torre, Miguel A.", "Fiorenza, Elisabeth Schussler", "Harris, James H.", "Moltmann, Jürgen", "Ruether, Rosemary Ruether", "Trible, Phyllis")

Please let me know any suggestions for amendments or additions.  Remember the authors should be available in Logos, and please provide evidence if possible.

I'm not sure James H. Harris is a liberation theologian himself or just someone writing about it. His bio would lead me to conclude the latter...

Thanks for the response, Rosie.  Apologies it has taken so long to respond.

You may be right about James Harris.  Before adding him, I had a quick flick through one of his books (as far as one can flick through an electronic book).  I think lines like:

"My context for the practice of ministry is the African American church, which means that this book is culture-based; however, it is not simply a “me-too” effort to discuss oppression and injustice, but an effort to develop a liberation and transformation homiletic that uses the black church experience vis-à-vis Scripture as the foundation for addressing the reality of oppression while simultaneously explicating a methodology that has applicability for all—black, white, red, yellow, and others—who endeavor to preach the gospel." (p.vii, Harris, J.H., 1995. Preaching Liberation, Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press.)

suggested that he may be an actual liberation theologian, but I'm happy to remove him from the list if anyone knows better.

I've added codes to the spreadsheet, using the Liberation column, so that it can be filtered for a particular type of Liberation Theology.  The codes, as listed on the notes sheet, are: L - Liberation; LA - Liberation (Latin America); LB - Liberation (Black); LF - Liberation (Feminist).

As these collections are listing authors who identify with the listed denominations, categories and theologies, I'll leave others to create collections about particular theologies.  Thanks for the suggestions.

I think I went through the Wikipedia list, checking it against authors actually available in Logos at the time.  However, if anyone notices that I've missed anything or if Logos has since added an author, then please let me know.

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Andrew Baguley | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, May 3 2015 2:29 PM

The latest edition of the spreadsheet is: 1263.Denominations and Theology - 03 May 2015.zip

The reference guide is unchanged: 4426.Theology and Denomination Tag Reference.doc

With apologies that this project has slowed down of late, but there are 393 more authors categorised and 460 more authors with countries listed since February.  I'll keep working on the rest when I get time.  Feel free to make suggestions, corrections, etc. and I'll try to add them as soon as I can.  The Faithlife Group (https://faithlife.com/logos-library-theology-denomination-tags/about) is continuing to grow slowly, and I've updated all the collections available there.

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, May 3 2015 2:39 PM

Andrew Baguley:

You may be right about James Harris.  Before adding him, I had a quick flick through one of his books (as far as one can flick through an electronic book).  I think lines like:

"My context for the practice of ministry is the African American church, which means that this book is culture-based; however, it is not simply a “me-too” effort to discuss oppression and injustice, but an effort to develop a liberation and transformation homiletic that uses the black church experience vis-à-vis Scripture as the foundation for addressing the reality of oppression while simultaneously explicating a methodology that has applicability for all—black, white, red, yellow, and others—who endeavor to preach the gospel." (p.vii, Harris, J.H., 1995. Preaching Liberation, Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press.)

suggested that he may be an actual liberation theologian, but I'm happy to remove him from the list if anyone knows better.

Ah yes, I think you're right. He is writing as a black theologian himself. I hadn't picked up on the name Harris as being likely to belong to an African American (since all the Harrises I know are white), but here's a photo of him: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/463448617876653886/ 

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abondservant | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, May 3 2015 5:12 PM

Andrew Baguley:

The latest edition of the spreadsheet is: 1263.Denominations and Theology - 03 May 2015.zip

The reference guide is unchanged: 4426.Theology and Denomination Tag Reference.doc

With apologies that this project has slowed down of late, but there are 393 more authors categorised and 460 more authors with countries listed since February.  I'll keep working on the rest when I get time.  Feel free to make suggestions, corrections, etc. and I'll try to add them as soon as I can.  The Faithlife Group (https://faithlife.com/logos-library-theology-denomination-tags/about) is continuing to grow slowly, and I've updated all the collections available there.



I too have been rather busy, I still have about ~500 uncatagorized authors. I'm working on a couple of the other lists we've talked about in the past. Hopefully I'll have something substantial to add to the project soon. Maybe over the summer.

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David J Cadenhead | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Oct 15 2015 6:57 PM

Sir Bondservant,

I prefer to abide the tie that binds and Not to seek out divisiveness, as I am not so sure that Christ has all believers divided up according to denominational or geographic groups of ins and outs. However I do abide, evangelacalism, The WCF, not so sure about the NPP movement,( I know NTW is a heckuva lot more edified than I am, but not so sure that matters to God as much as the walk, I attempt to maintain). I suppose you might call me a Calvinist, too, I think sprinkling is probably as efficacious as dunking, although I was happy for my daughter to be dunked, per her preference. It seems to amount to a difference tantamount to Gluten free crackers standing in for Christ's body in a trans-substitutionary manner. I wasn't around when Paul or his "amaneuses" penned the Epistles, nor do I know what he thought or what the Lord revealed to him.. I do know I am a human sinner, and cannot pass efficacious judgement on another soul, though. I have a bodacious collection of books cherry picked over a period of years, (Including inserts of my own.My package is probably overwhelmingly reformed and Judaical, however regarding Postmodernity, I have avoided the acquisition of much of the Academic nonsense that seems to be a human problem. I am happy to share and serve appropriately, but will not engage in polemic if I can avoid it. I am thoroughly familiar with Matthew 18, and have significant difficulty with trying to force dispensational "covenants" that are a fiction of the last 200 years, down people's craw.That being said, I would be delighted to help if we treat each other as brothers and do not find ourselves looking for exclusionary minutiae. On the other hand, if it is not in the 2 Tim 3:16, God Breathed scriptures, ESV, ASB, NASB.NKJV, RSV, NRSV, Lexham Discourse, Masoretic Hebrew BHS or BHWm,Wycliffe,etc. or has to be tied to the Vulgate for it to be acceptable, I don't really wanna play.Further, I have little use for LDS, and NWT Bibles, as they have violated the last book of John.(as does the original KJV, Vulgate, Papal Bulls and the Scofield,J. Hayford, Olsteen, Publicattions/  I would rather look art ways to increase a commonly purposed Brotherhood (including Brilliant Women), without feeling the need to satisfy the masses in order to be politically correct. Currently, I feel that the two are mutually exclusive. Actually, that leaves a boatload of common ground, hence,polemicism is generally divisive unless it reaches deep. Feminism, for example depends, Are we talking about 2 Cor, or 2 Tim. ? If so, I would hope that the person objecting is facile in Koine Greek, and is not a hot head.who demands to have his or her way. That person is not a Bondservant or a colleague who seeks a United  Ecclesial Bride for The King,  Jesus Christ, our Savior.If I am in error I pray to be corrected. I do wish to help.

Sincerely,

David J Cadenhead MD MEd, (MDiv.)

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