Contents of Volume
In This Issue Book Reviews Weaver-Zercher, David. The Amish in the American Imagination. Author Addresses
Retrospect and Apologia
From New Congregations to the Ancient Church
A. Orley Swartzentruber
Reflections on Growing Up Mennonite in Lancaster County
Mary Jean Kraybill
On Being a Mennonite Catholic
Reflections on a Half-Century of Mennonite Change
John W. Meyer
Living Like a Mennonite
Arthur J. Dyck
Coming Home to Darkness
Becoming a Mennonite Quaker
News and Announcements
Muller, Charles R. Soap Hollow: The Furniture and Its Makers.
Reviewed by Ervin Beck
Reviewed by Levi Miller
Redekop, Calvin W. The Pax Story: Service in the Name of Christ, 1951-1976.
Reviewed by J. Howard Kauffman
Reynolds, Margaret C. Plain Women: Gender and Ritual in the Old Order River Brethren.
Reviewed by Karen M. Johnson-Weiner
Ahlgrim, Ryan. Not as the Scribes: Jesus as a Model for Prophetic Preaching.
Reviewed by Daniel P. Schrock
Toews, John B., ed. and trans. The Diaries of David Epp 1837-1843.
Toews, John B., ed. The Story of the Early Mennonite Brethren (1860-1869): Reflections of a Lutheran Churchman.
Reviewed by John Thiesen
Weaver, J. Denny. Anabaptist Theology in Face of Postmodernity: A Proposal for the Third Millennium.
Reviewed by Harry Huebner
Vaux, Kenneth L. Ethics and the War on Terrorism.
Reviewed by Tripp York
Watt, David Harrington. Bible-Carrying Christians: Conservative Protestants and Social Power.
Noted by Emily Hershberger
In This Issue
Weaver-Zercher, David. The Amish in the American Imagination.
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