Contents of Volume
In This Issue
In Memoriam: A. James Reimer (1942-2010)
John D. Rempel
Pilgram Marpeck and the "Fellows of the Covenant": The Short History of the Rise and Decline of an Anabaptist Denominational Network
The Relevance of Marpeck for the Contemporary Church
Critically Appropriating Tradition: Pilgram Marpeck's Experiments in Corrective Theologizing
John D. Rempel
Patient Separation in Marpeck's Theological Rhetoric
Being the Essence of Christ: The Call to Service in the Writings of Pilgram Marpeck
Sin and Fear in the Thought of Pilgram Marpeck
How "Classical" was Pilgram Marpeck's Theology?
News and Announcements
Inheriting Yoder Faithfully: A Review of New Yoder Scholarship
David C. Cramer
Rempel, John D., ed. Jörg Maler's Kunstbuch. Writings of the Pilgram Marpeck Circle.
Reviewed by James M. Stayer
Ferguson, Everett. Baptism in the Early Church: History, Theology, and Liturgy in the First Five Centuries.
Reviewed by Marlin Jeschke
Yoder, John Howard; Theodore J. Koontz and Andy Alexis-Baker, eds. Christian Attitudes to War, Peace and Revolution.
Reviewed by Kent Yoder
Yoder, John Howard; Glen Stassen et al., eds. The War of the Lamb: The Ethics of Nonviolence and Peacemaking.
Reviewed by Andy Alexis-Baker
Tshimika, Pakisa K. Grief, Grace and Hope: The Autobiography of Pakisa K. Tshimika.
Reviewed by Anne Marie Stoner-Eby
Schipani, Daniel S. Mennonite Perspectives on Pastoral Counseling.
Reviewed by Keith Espenshade
Goertzen, Peggy, et al. Tabor College: A Century of Transformation, 1908-2008.
Reviewed by Doug Heidebrecht
Amish Abstractions: Quilts from the Collection of Faith and Stephen Brown.
Reviewed by Ervin Beck
Meyer, Albert J. Realizing Our Intentions: A Guide for Churches and Colleges with Distinctive Missions.
Reviewed by Michael L. Budde
Kosek, Joseph Kip. Acts of Conscience: Christian Nonviolence and Modern American Democracy.
Reviewed by Perry Bush
Janzen, Rhoda. Mennonite in a Little Black Dress: A Memoir of Going Home.
Reviewed by Connie T. Braun
Longenecker, Stephen L., ed. The Brethren During the Age of World War: The Church of the Brethren Encounter with Modernization. A Source Book.
Noted by Steven Nolt
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