January 2002 Table of Contents

Contents of Volume
January 2002 Number One

In Memoriam: Samme Zijlstra, 1953-2001

In This Issue
John D. Roth

From the Tower of Babel to the Peace of Jesus
Christ: Christological, Ecclesiological and Missiological Foundations
for Peacemaking

Neal Blough

The Politics of Memory and Hope
Harry Huebner

How to Read Yoder: An Exercise in Pacifist Epistemology
Chris K. Huebner

The Moral Imperative to Do Justice Within Christian Pacifism: Tensions
and Limits
Duane K. Friesen

From Engaged Social Activists to Disengaged
Academicians’: Purported Generational Shifts Among Teaching Faculties
at U.S. Mennonite Colleges

Keith Graber Miller

The Varieties of Mennonite Peacemaking: A
Review Essay

J. Robert Charles

James McClendon’s Theology Reaches Completion: A Review Essay
Thomas Finger

Book Reviews

Bellinger, Charles K. The Genealogy of Violence: Reflections on Creation,
Freedom, and Evil. Reviewed by Willard M. Swartley

Friesen, Duane K. Artists, Citizens, Philosophers: Seeking the Peace
of the City: An Anabaptist Theology of Culture. Reviewed by Chris
K. Huebner

Reimer, A. James. Mennonites and Classical Theology: Dogmatic Foundations
for Christian Ethics. Reviewed by J. Alexander Sider

Stambrook, Fred and Bert Friesen, eds. A Sharing of Diversities. Proceedings
of the Jewish Mennonite Ukrainian Conference, “Building Bridges.” Reviewed
by Leonard Friesen

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Author Addresses

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