Africanus Journal Publishes Spring Issue
The Africanus Journal is an award-winning interdisciplinary biblical, theological, and practical journal of the Campus for Urban Ministerial Education (CUME).
The new Africanus Journal (Vol. 14, No.1 April 2022) includes several articles on theological, biblical, and philosophical topics on the nature of God and art, worship, and moral choices. It also features book reviews discuss theology, applied theology and non-violence, Christian leadership, the fall, life cycles, and dangerous ecclesial movements.
Dr. William David Spencer, Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Theology and the Arts, begins the journal with his article “Does Jesus Communicate as an Artist?” and is later followed with book reviews from C.J. Gossage (MABL & MAOT ’21) on When Did Eve Sin? The Fall and Biblical Historiography and Jean DeFazio (MAR ’04) on The Progressive Church: A Dangerous Movement Has Begun.