Author Archives: Jurnal Teologic

Jurnal teologic 22.2 (2023)

Amiel DRIMBE, Instruire pe calea vieții: Scurtă introducere în conținutul și teologia Didahiei. Jurnal teologic Vol 22, Nr 2 (2023): 5-31. Abstract The Didache, an ancient Christian document likely composed in the late first century CE, stands as one of the earliest known Christian writings outside the New Testament, providing valuable insights into the formative […]

Jurnal teologic 22.1 (2023)

Octavian BABAN, The Complexity of Social Identity and the ‘We’ Groups in Acts: Its Theology and Relevance for Contemporary Christians. Jurnal teologic Vol 22, Nr 1 (2023): 5-30. Abstract The present article analyses Luke’s use of personal pronouns, first person plural (“we”) and their derivatives or associated vocabulary, with the general tools of biblical exegesis […]

Jurnal teologic 21.3 (2022)

Corin MIHĂILĂ, The Bodily Resurrection of Jesus. An Argument beginning from First Corinthians 15. Jurnal teologic Vol 21, Nr 3 (2022): 9-31. Emanuel University of Oradea, Romania Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Kansas City, Missouri, USA Abstract Critical scholarship has, in the last decades, raised questions about the bodily resurrection of Jesus, on account of the […]

Jurnal teologic 21.2 (2022)

Sorin BĂDRĂGAN, Ispite subtile din viața credinciosului: O abordare expozitiv-teologică a ispitirii lui Isus din Matei 4:1–11 / Subtle Temptations in the Life of the Believer: An Expositional-Theological Approach to the Temptation of Jesus in Matthew 4:1–11. Jurnal teologic Vol 21, Nr 2 (2022): 5-18. Abstract If in the case of Jesus Christ, the devil […]

Jurnal teologic 21.1 (2022)

Amiel DRIMBE, Scriptura și ziarul: receptarea versiunilor Dumitru Cornilescu de către ortodocșii din România în primii ani de la publicare (1920-1926), Jurnal teologic Vol 21, Nr 1 (2022): 5-39. Abstract Following the conversion of Dumitru Cornilescu (1917/1918), his transition to Protestantism, and the disputes at the “Stork’s Nest” Church (1922–1923), the attitude of Romanian Orthodox […]

Jurnal teologic 20.2 (2021)

Daniel-Marius MARIȘ, Teodor-Ioan COLDA, Relația dintre Seminarul Teologic Baptist și Biserica Creștină Baptistă „Golgota“ din București / The Relationship between the Baptist Theological Seminary of Bucharest and ‘Golgotha’ Baptist Church in Bucharest, Jurnal teologic Vol 20, Nr 2 (2021): 5-23. Abstract In this paper (“The Relationship between the Baptist Theological Seminary of Bucharest and ‘Golgotha’ […]

Jurnal teologic 20.1 (2021)

Daniel-Marius MARIȘ, Teodor-Ioan COLDA, Rolul pastorului baptist Constantin Adorian în fondarea Seminarului Teologic Baptist din București / The Role of the Baptist Pastor Constantin Adorian in Founding the Baptist Theological Seminary of Bucharest, Jurnal teologic Vol 20, Nr 1 (2021): 5-25. Rector, Institutul Teologic Baptist București marisdaniel@gmail.com Prodecan, Institutul Teologic Baptist București teocolda@yahoo.com Abstract In […]

Jurnal teologic 19.2 (2020)

Daniel BARBU, Visul lui Machiavelli. Reforma, libertatea creştinului şi chestiunea teologico-politică / Machiavelli’s Dream. The Reformation, Christian Freedom, and the Theologico-Political Problem, Jurnal teologic Vol 19, Nr 2 (2020): 5-32. Facultatea de Teologie Catolică a Universităţii din Bucureşti daniel.barbu@unibuc.ro Abstract The paper explores some of the unintended consequences of the Protestant Reformation, focusing on the […]

Jurnal teologic 19.1 (2020)

Otniel Ioan BUNACIU, The Near and the Distant Neighbors – Reflecting on Karl Barth’s understanding of the possibility to speak about the Love of God. Jurnal teologic, Vol 19, Nr 1 (2020): 5-19. Universitatea din București otniel.bunaciu@g.unibuc.ro Abstract This article represents an inquiry in how the theologian Karl Barth understands love in relation with knowing […]