January 2001 Table of Contents

Contents of Volume
January 2001 Number One

  • In Memoriam: George Hunston Williams, 1914-2000
  • In This Issue
  • Author Addresses
  • The Amish “Mission Movement” and the Reformulation
    of Amish Identity in the Twentieth Century

    Steve Nolt
  • The Uncovering of the Babylonian Whore: Confessionalization and Politics
    Seen from the Underside
    Neal Blough
  • Anabaptists, Spiritualists and the Reformed Church in East Frisia
    Samme Zijlstra
  • Preliminary Report on Pilgram Marpeck’s Sponsorship of Anabaptist
    Werner O. Packull
  • The Mennonite Year in Review:
    Moving Stubbornly Toward the Kingdom of God: Mennonite Identity in the
    Twenty First Century
    Mark Metzler Sawin
    Mennonites in the Year 2000
    John A. Lapp
  • News and Announcements 121
  • Lucille Marr
  • Book Reviews
    Murray, Stuart. Biblical Interpretation in the Anabaptist Tradition.
    Reviewed by D. Jonathan Grieser
    Bertsche, Jim. CIM/AIMM: A Story of Vision, Commitment and Grace.
    Reviewed by David A. Shank
    Biesecker-Mast, Susan and Gerald, eds. Anabaptists and Postmodernity.
    Reviewed by C. Norman Kraus
    Harder, Lydia Neufeld. Obedience, Suspicion and the Gospel of Mark.
    Reviewed by Mary H. Schertz
    Bush, Perry. Dancing with the Kobzar: Bluffton College and Mennonite
    Higher Education, 1899-1999. Reviewed by Steve Nolt
    Grimsrud, Ted and Loren L. Johns. Peace and Justice Shall Embrace:
    Power and Theopolitics in the Bible. Reviewed by C. Norman Kraus
    Klassen, Sarah. Dangerous Elements.
    Klassen, Sarah. Simone Weil: Songs of Hunger and Love. Reviewed
    by Ann Hostetler
    Stoesz, Edgar and Muriel T. Stackley. Garden in the Wilderness. Mennonite
    Communities in the Paraguayen Chaco, 1927-1997. Reviewed by Cornelius
    J. Dyck
    Harder, Leland D. and Samuel W. Harder. The Blumstein Legacy. A Six
    Generation Family Saga. Reviewed by Cornelius J. Dyck
    Swartley, Mary and Rhoda Keener, eds. She Has Done a Good Thing.
    Reviewed by Sue L. Conrad
    Kanagy, Conrad L. and Donald B. Kraybill. The Riddles of Human Society.
    Reviewed by Michael L. Yoder

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