Contents of Volume
In This Issue
The Complex Legacy of the Martyrs Mirror among Mennonites in North America
John D. Roth
Building Peaceful Relations between Muslims and Christians: What Can We Learn from Ethiopia?
Jan Bender Shetler and Dawit Yehualashet
Divine Pedagogy and Self-Accusation: Reassessing the Theology of Andreas Bodenstein von Karlstadt
“Against the Crazed Anabaptists”: A Previously Unknown Letter-Poem by Joeg Syz to Hans Brennwald (ca. 1527)
Research Note: Pilgram Marpeck and the Sermones Super Cantica Canticorum
James A. Dobson
News and Announcements
Matties, Gordon H. Joshua. Believers Church Bible Commentary.
Reviewed by James R. Engle
Swartley, Willard M. Health, Healing and the Church’s Mission: Biblical Perspectives and Moral Priorities.
Reviewed by Glen E. Miller
Kanagy, Conrad L., Tilahun Beyene, and Richard Showalter. Winds of the Spirit: A Profile of Anabaptist Churches in the Global South.
Reviewed by Douglas Jacobsen
Benson, Bruce Ellis, Malinda Elizabeth Berry, and Peter Goodwin Heltzel, eds. Prophetic Evangelicals: Envisioning a Just and Peaceable Kingdom.
Reviewed by Kevin D. Miller
Mast, Gerald J. Go to Church, Change the World: Christian Community as Calling.
Reviewed by Brinton L. Rutherford
Martens, Paul. The Heterodox Yoder.
Reviewed by Mark Thiessen Nation
Reviewed by Peter C. Blum
Yoder, John Howard. Revolutionary Christianity: The 1966 South American Lectures.
Reviewed by Jamie Pitts
Belousek, Darrin Snyder. Atonement, Justice, and Peace: The Message of the Cross and the Mission of the Church.
Reviewed by Paul Martens
Moser, Christian. Die Dignitaet des Ereignisses: Studien zu Heinrich Bullingers Reformationsgeschichtsschreibung.
Gable, Don. John Holdeman: Life, Labors, Legacy, 1832-1900.
Grimsrud, Ted. God’s Healing Strategy: An Introduction to the Bible’s Main Themes. Revised edition.
Friesen, Peter Martin. Mennonites in North America (1874-1910). Part II of Die Alt-Evangelische Mennonitische Bruederschaft in Russland.
Scarborough, Mirjam Rahel. Called to Mission: Mennonite Women Missionaries in Central Africa in the Second Half of the 20th Century.
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