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November 26, 2014


Kim Fabricius

Splendid, absolutely splendid! Paul really is a donum Dei to the Church. His books The Creative Suffering of God (1988), Past Event and Present Salvation: The Christian Idea of Atonement (1989), Participating in God: A Pastoral Doctrine of the Trinity (2000), and The Promised End: Eschatology in Theology and Literature (2000) all still stand tall on my Ikea book shelves, seminal as they were in informing and guiding my own thinking on these topics, crucial as they are for any intelligent and engaged pastoral ministry.

And thanks for the heads-up on the festschrifts. The ecumenical lineup for Within the Love of God reads like a Who's Who in Contemporary Theology. And how good to hear that Rex Mason, my OT tutor when I was reading Theology at Oxford ('79-'81), who must surely now be old and full of years, is still speechifying!.

Cheers, Andy,

Mark Medley


Thanks so much for bringing to my attention these two tributes to Paul. He most definitely deserves to be recognized for his contributions to theology. What is the publication information of the second festschrift? I would like to order it (as I have already ordered the festschrift published by OUP).

Peace and Good,
Mark Medley

Andy Goodliff

Dear Mark,
Thanks for your comment. You should be able to order it via Regent's Park College website. I can't see it there at the moment, but hopefully soon. Contact Larry Kreizter or Anthony Clarke direct if having problems or want it sooner.

Ian Packer

Thanks for posting this, Andy. I'll be chasing both of these asap.

Speaking of Baptist theology, did you see there are two vols of James McClendon's essays and papers just published by Baylor University Press?

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