Contents of Volume
October 2004 Number Four
In This Issue
“Mista Mid-nights”: Mennonites
and Race in Mississippi
David R. Swartz
“Other Sheep Have I”: Nineteenth-Century Quaker and Mennonite
Edsel Burdge Jr.
The Way to the City of Peace: The Anabaptist
Utopia of Pieter Pietersz
Nonviolent Political Action in Sixteenth-Century Strasbourg: The Ziegler
Research Note: 500th Anniversary of Dirk Philips
News and Announcements
Rempel, David G. with Cornelia Rempel Carlson. A Mennonite Family
in Tsarist Russia and the Soviet Union 1789-1923.
Reviewed by James Urry
Roth, John D. Choosing Against War: A Christian View.
Reviewed by Paul Doerksen
Harder, Helmut. David Toews was Here 1870-1947. Reviewed by Sam Steiner
Reimer, Douglas. Surplus at the Border: Mennonite Writing in Canada.
Reviewed by Kathleen Venema
Yoder, June Alliman, ed. The Work is Thine, O Christ. In Honor of
Reviewed by Robert Krieder
Roop, Eugene F. Ruth, Jonah, Esther.
Reviewed by Daniel P. Schrock
Stoltzfus, Ruth Brunk with Eve MacMaster. A Way Was Opened: A Memoir.
Reviewed by Beth E. Graybill
Camp, Lee C. Mere Discipleship: Radical Christianity in a Rebellious
Reviewed by Brinton Rutherford
Noll, Douglas. Peacemaking: Practicing at the Intersection of Law
and Human Conflict.
Reviewed by J. Daryl Byler
Heisey, M. J. Peace and Persistence: Tracing the Brethren in Christ
Peace Witness through Three Generations.
Reviewed by Phil Morice Brubaker
Book Notes — Noted by Jeremy Garber
Kraybill, Donald B. The Amish: Why They Enchant Us.
Klippenstein, Lawrence and Jacob Dick. Mennonite Alternative Service
in Russia: The Story of Abram Dück and His Colleagues, 1911-1917.
Swartley, Willard M. and Donald B. Kraybill, eds. Building Communities
of Compassion: Mennonite Mutual Aid in Theory and Practice.
Eby, Omar. Fifty Years, Fifty Stories: The Mennonite Mission in Somalia,
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