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Participatio:
The Journal of the Thomas F. Torrance Theological Fellowship



Todd Speidell, Editor
Todd_Speidell@tftorrance.org

Participatio is an annual, peer-reviewed, online journal of the Thomas F. Torrance Theological Fellowship (www.tftorrance.org), a research fellowship within the Christian Church and tradition based on the theology of Thomas F. Torrance. The journal's mission is two-fold: to apprehend the significance of Torrance's work and to advance his evangelical and scientific theology for the benefit of the Church, academy, and society.

VOLUME 6 (2016): "T. F. Torrance and Ecclesiology"
Participatio: Volume 6.

VOLUME 5 (2015): "The Vicarious Humanity of Christ and Ethics"
Participatio: Volume 5.

SUPPLEMENTAL VOLUME 3 (2014): "A Theological Tribute to James B. Torrance"
Participatio: Supplemental Volume 3.

VOLUME 4 (2013): "T. F. Torrance and Eastern Orthodoxy"
Participatio: Volume 4.

SUPPLEMENTAL VOLUME 2 (2013):
Participatio: Supplemental Volume 2.

VOLUME 3 (2012): "The Interrelationship of Incarnation and Atonement"
Participatio: Volume 3.

SUPPLEMENTAL VOLUME 1 (2011):
Participatio: Supplemental Volume 1.

VOLUME 2 (2010): "Thomas F. Torrance's Influences and Appropriations" (Editor's note: Torrance's influences and appropriations will constitute a continued emphasis of future volumes, including a focus on other Church Fathers and Karl Barth.)
Participatio: Volume 2.

VOLUME 1 (2009): "The Theological Significance and Legacy of Thomas F. Torrance" (personal narrative accounts and theological reflections by living relatives, colleagues, students, and friends of Tom's impact upon them in their personal encounters with him and their estimation of his legacy for the future of an evangelical and scientific theology).
Participatio: Volume 1.


Participatio Editorial staff and Advisory Board.

Thomas F Torrance

MISSION

A distinctively Christian research organization devoted to the exploration, development, and dissemination of the theology of Thomas F. Torrance and other theologians contributing to this endeavor. Continued...

 
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