October 2007 Table of Contents

Contents of Volume
October 2007 Number Four

In This Issue

Leading a Divided People: The Dissolution of the General Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches (1990-2002)
Laura Neufeld

Autobiography as Theology: Menno Simons’s “Confession of My Enlightenment, Conversion and Calling”
Derek C. Hatch

The Pleasure of Habit: Holy Frustrations in Mennonite Kitchens
Rebekah Trollinger

Renegotiating the Goshen College-Mennonite Church Relationship: Faculty Development at Goshen College, 1931-1944
Scott Barge

Education, Authority and the Church in the Life and Thought of John Ellsworth Hartzler
Keith Benner

Faith Amidst Prosperity: Business, Wealth and the Mennonite Church in Fulton County, Ohio, 1930-2005
Jason Kauffman

Christoph Freisleben’s On the Genuine Baptism of John, Christ and the Apostles
Jonathan Seiling, ed. and trans.

Book Reviews
Rauert, Matthias H. and Hajo Brandenburg, eds. 400 Jahre Mennoniten in Altona und Hamburg: 25. Mai bis 19. August 2001, AltonaerMuseum in Hamburg, Norddeutsches Landesmuseum.
Rauert, Matthias H. and Thomas Schamp, eds. 400 Jahre Mennoniten in Altona und Hamburg. [ CD-ROM].
Reviewed by Troy Osborne

Lutterbach, Hubertus. Der Weg in das Täuferreich von Münster. Ein Ringen um die Heilige Stadt.
Reviewed by James M. Stayer

Epp, Maureen and Carol Ann Weaver, eds. Sound in the Land: Essays on Mennonites and Music.
Reviewed by Rebecca Slough

Dueck, Alvin and Cameron Lee, eds. Why Psychology Needs Theology: A Radical-Reformation Perspective.
Reviewed by Daniel S. Schipani

Miller, Roman J., Beryl H. Brubaker, and James C. Peterson, eds. Viewing New Creations with Anabaptist Eyes: Ethics of Biotechnology.
Reviewed by Don Petkau

Author Addresses

News and Announcements

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