April 2001 Table of Contents

Contents of Volume
April 2001 Number Two

  • In This Issue: Family, Community and Discipleship
    in the Anabaptist- Mennonite Tradition

    John D. Roth
  • A Christian Social Perspective on the Family
    Lisa Sowell Cahill
  • Innocence, Nurture and Vigilance: The Child in the Work of Menno
    Keith Graber Miller
  • Mennonite Families: Characteristics and Trends
    J. Howard Kauffman and Thomas J. Meyers
  • Odd Wo/Man Out: The Systematic Marginalization
    of Mennonite Singles by the Church’s Focus on the Family

    Elizabeth M. Goering and Andrea Krause
  • The Role of Women in Old Order Amish, Beachy Amish and Fellowship
    Karen Johnson-Weiner
  • Ontario’s Conference of Historic Peace Church
    Families and the “Joy of Service”

    Lucille Marr
  • Book Reviews
    Arthur, Anthony. The Tailor-King: The Rise and Fall of the Anabaptist
    Kingdom of Mnster. Reviewed by D. Jonathan Grieser
    Yoder, Paton and Steven R. Estes. Proceedings of the Amish Ministers’
    Meetings 1862-1878. Reviewed by Steven D. Reschly
    Thiesen, John D. Mennonite & Nazi? Reviewed by Benjamin W. Redekop
    Thiessen, Edna Schroeder and Angela Showalter. A Life Displaced:
    A Mennonite Woman’s Flight from War-Torn Poland. Reviewed by James
    Bush, Perry. Dancing with the Kobzar: Bluffton College and Mennonite
    Higher Education, 1899-1999. Reviewed by Steven M. Nolt
    Rubin, Julius H. The Other Side of Joy: Religious Melancholy Among
    the Bruderhof. Reviewed by Fred Kniss
    Detweiler, Lowell. The Hammer Rings Hope. Reviewed by Arthur
    A. Smucker
  • Book Notes
    Yoder, Doyle and Leslie Kelly. America’s Amish Country II. Noted
    by Thomas J. Meyer
    Good, Phyllis Pellman. Amish Children. Noted by Thomas J. Meyer
    Luthy, David. Why Some Amish Communities Fail: Extinct Settlements,
    1961-1999. Noted by Steven M. Nolt
    Stoll, Joseph. How the Dordrecht Confession Came Down to Us.
    Noted by Steven M. Nolt
    Lohrenz, Gerhard. Zagradovka: A History of a Mennonite Settlement
    in Southern Russia. Trans. by Victor G. Doerksen. Noted by John
    D. Roth
  • News and Announcements
  • Author Addresses

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