Contents of Volume LXXXI
April 2007 Number Two

           

In This Issue

Bush Fever: Amish and Old Order Mennonites in the 2004 Presidential Campaign
Donald B. Kraybill and Kyle C. Kopko

Reformation-Era Polemics Against Anabaptist Oath Refusal
Craig S. Farmer

The Dichotomy Between Faithfulness and Effectiveness in the Peace Theology of John Howard Yoder
Tom Harder

For the Sake of Divine Truth: The Legacy of Jeronimus Käls, Michael Seifensieder and Hans Oberecker
Emmy Barth

Research Note: Paul Tschetter’s “Chicago Fire” Hymn
Rod Janzen

Book Reviews
Sawatsky, Rodney James. History & Ideology. American Mennonite Identity Definition through History.
Reviewed by Gerald Gerbrandt

Snyder, C. Arnold. Following in the Footsteps of Christ: The Anabaptist Tradition.
Reviewed by Karl Koop

Friesen, Abraham. In Defense of Privilege: Russian Mennonites and the State before and during World War I.
Reviewed by Mark Jantzen

Jeschke, Marlin. Rethinking Holy Land: A Study in Salvation Geography.
Reviewed by Alain Epp Weaver

Klassen, Sarah. A Curious Beatitude.
Reviewed by Jeff Gundy

Augsburger, David. Dissident Discipleship: A Spirituality of Self-Surrender, Love of God, and Love of Neighbor.
Reviewed by Arthur Paul Boers

Elias, Jacob W. Remember the Future: The Pastoral Theology of Paul the Apostle
Reviewed by Gordon Zerbe

Yoder, June Alliman, Marlene Kropf and Rebecca Slough. Preparing Sunday Dinner: A Collaborative Approach to Worship and Preaching.
Reviewed by Allan Rudy-Froese

Dekar, Paul R. Creating the Beloved Community: A Journey with the Fellowship of Reconciliation.
Reviewed by J. R. Burkholder

Gingerich, Ray and Ted Grimsrud, eds. Transforming the Powers: Peace, Justice and the Domination System.
Reviewed by David Stevens

Yoder, Lawrence M. The Muria Story: A History of the Chinese Mennonite Churches of Indonesia.
Reviewed by Wilbert Shenk

Shenk, Sara Wenger. Thank You for Asking: Conversing with Young Adults about the FutureChurch.
Reviewed by Bob Yoder

Book Notes
Brock, Peter. Against the Draft: Essays on Conscientious Objection from the Radical Reformation to the Second World War.
Matthews, Mark. Smoke Jumping on the Western Fire Line: Conscientious Objectors during World War II.

Author Addresses

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