January 2007 Table of Contents

Contents of Volume
January 2007 Number One

In Memoriam: William E. Keeney, 1922-2006

In This Issue

The Mennonite Historical Library and the Renewing of a Tradition
John A. Lapp

The Persistence of Anabaptism as Vision
Gerald Biesecker-Mast

New Directions in Anabaptist Studies [Response to Gerald Biesecker-Mast]
Troy Osborne

The Historiography of Mennonites and Amish in America: Reflections on Past and Future
Theron F. Schlabach

New Directions in North American Mennonite History [Response to Theron F. Schlabach]
David R. Swartz

Peace Theology in Transition: North American Mennonite Peace Studies and Theology, 1906-2006
Gayle Gerber Koontz

A Christological Social Science? [Response to Gayle Gerber Koontz]
Victor J. Hinojosa

The Study of Mennonite Folklore and Folklife
Ervin Beck

Mennonite (Folk) Culture [Response to Ervin Beck]
Janneken Smucker

Recent Mennonite Poetry: A Review Essay
Rhoda Janzen

Book Reviews

Jones, L. Gregory, Reinhard Hutter and C. Rosalee Velloso Ewell, eds. God, Truth, and Witness: Engaging Stanley Hauerwas.
Reviewed by Kent David Sensenig

Krabill, James R. Is it Insensitive to Share Your Faith’: Hard Questions about Christian Mission in a Plural World.
Reviewed by Linford Stutzman

Beck, Ervin, ed. MennoFolk2: A Sampler of Mennonite and Amish Folklore.
Reviewed by Steve Friesen

Kreider, Alan, Eleanor Kreider and Paulus Widjaja. A Culture of Peace: God’s Vision for the Church.
Reviewed by Roy Hange

Lederach, John Paul. The Moral Imagination: The Art and Soul of Building Peace.
Reviewed by Lee Smithey

Friesen, Duane K. and Gerald W. Schlabach, eds. At Peace and Unafraid: Public Order, Security, and the Wisdom of the Cross.
Reviewed by Lauree Hersch Meyer

Huebner, Harry J. Echoes of the Word: Theological Ethics as Rhetorical Practice.
Reviewed by Lydia Neufeld Harder

Author Addresses

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