Contents of Volume
In This Issue
Technological Diversity and Cultural Change Among Contemporary Amish Groups
Karen M. Johnson-Weiner
Technology in the Service of Community: Identity and Change Among
the Andy Weaver Amish
Christopher G. Petrovich
The Old German Baptist Brethren Church Division of 2009: The Debate Over the Internet and the Authority of the Annual Meeting
Are the Amish Good Citizens?
Susan Ruth Cohen
Research Note: Amish Women and the Household Economy During the Great Depression
Research Note: Understanding Defection Among the Former Amish
Caroline L. Faulkner and Rachel Christen Dinger
News and Announcements
Weaver-Zercher, Valerie. Thrill of the Chaste: The Allure of Amish Romance Novels.
Reviewed by Jessica Baldanzi
Thiessen, Janis. Manufacturing Mennonites: Work and Religion in Post-War Manitoba.
Reviewed by James Urry
Stassen, Glen H. A Thicker Jesus: Incarnational Discipleship in a Secular Age.
Reviewed by C. Norman Kraus
Blum, Peter C. For a Church to Come: Experiments in Postmodern Theory and Anabaptist Thought.
Reviewed by Justin Heinzekehr
Horsch, James E., John D. Rempel, and Eldon D. Nafziger, eds. According to the Grace Given to Her: The Ministry of Emma Somers Richards.
Reviewed by Laura Neufeld
Swartley, Willard M. John.
Reviewed by Chaney R. Bergdall
Zerbe, Gordon M. Citizenship: Paul on Peace and Politics.
Reviewed by Jacob W. Elias
Grimsrud, Ted. Instead of Atonement: The Bible’s Salvation Story and Our Hope for Wholeness.
Reviewed by W. Derek Sudermann
Graber Miller, Keith. Living Faith: Embracing God’s Callings.
Reviewed by Karen Klassen Harder
Spicher Kasdorf, Julia. Poetry in America.
Reviewed by Anne E. Hostetler
Snyder, Carrie.The Juliet Stories.
Reviewed by Melanie Springer Mock
Klassen, Sarah. Monstrance: Poems.
Reviewed by Becca J.R. Lachmann
Penner, Jessica Dawn. Shaken in the Water.
Reviewed by Daniel Shank Cruz
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