Contents of Volume LXXXIX
April 2015 Number Two
In this Issue
- The Emergence of Mennonite Peacebuilding in an International Perspective: Global Anabaptism and Neo-Anabaptism
John D. Roth
- The Mennonite Experience in South Africa: An Alternative Imagination
Andrew G. Suderman
- An Anabaptist Account of the Ecclesiological Shaping of the Relationship Between Theology and Human Rights Discourse
- Mennonite Transgressive Literature
- Beaman, Jay and Brian K. Pipkin, eds. Pentecostal and Holiness Statements on War and Peace.Reviewed by David Bundy
- Miller, Steven P. The Age of Evangelicalism: America’s Born-Again Years.
Reviewed by Benjamin J. Wetzel
- Oyer, Gordon. Pursuing the Spiritual Roots of Protest: Merton, Berrigan, Yoder, and Muste at the Gethsemane Abbey Peacemakers Retreat.
Reviewed by Christian Early
- Yoder, Nathan E. Together in the Work of the Lord: A History of the Conservative Mennonite Conference.
Reviewed by Devin C. Manzullo-Thomas
- Neufeld, Jacob A., ed. Harvey L. Dyck, trans. Harvey L. Dyck and Sarah Dyck. Path of Thorns: Soviet Mennonite Life under Communist and Nazi Rule.
Reviewed by Colin P. Neufeldt
- Belousek, Darrin W. Snyder. Good News: The Advent of Salvation in the Gospel of Luke.
Reviewed by Laura L. Brenneman
- Weaver, J. Denny. The Nonviolent God.
Reviewed by Malinda Elizabeth Berry
- Ruth, John L. Branch: A Memoir with Pictures.
Reviewed by Shirley Hershey Showalter
- Davis, Todd. In the Kingdom of the Ditch.
Reviewed by Shari Miller Wagner
- Gundy, Jeff. Songs from an Empty Cage: Poetry, Mystery, Anabaptism, and Peace.
Gundy, Jeff. Somewhere Near Defiance: Poems.
Reviewed by Bradley G. Siebert
- Kinch, Eileen R. Gathering the Silence.
Reviewed by Becca J. R. Lachman
- Klassen, Sarah. The Wittenbergs: A Novel.
Reviewed by Melanie Springer Mock
- Yoder Miller, Evie. Everyday Mercies: A Novel.
Reviewed by Daniel Shank Cruz
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