Contents of Volume LXXVI
October 2002 Number Four


In This Issue

Key Decisions in the Lives of the Old Order Amish: Joining the Church and Migrating to Another Settlement
Lawrence P. Greksa and Jill E. Korbin

Worldly Preachers and True Shepherds: Anticlericalism and Pastoral Identity among Anabaptists of the Lower Rhine
Karl Koop

Nonconformists on the Elbe River: Pious, Wealthy and Perplexed
Hans-Jürgen Goertz (trans. by Jacob Jost and John D. Roth)

Not Pledging as Liturgy: Lessons from Karl Barth and American Mennonites on Refusing National Oaths
John Perry

The “Green Hell” Becomes Home: Mennonites In Paraguay as Described in the Writings of Peter P. Klassen
Gerhard Reimer

Book Reviews

Ruth, John Landis. The Earth is the Lord’s: A Narrative History of the Lancaster Mennonite Conference.
Reviewed by Mark Metzler Sawin

Kraybill, Donald B. and C. Nelson Hostetter. Anabaptist World USA.
Reviewed by J. Howard Kauffman

Carter, Craig A. The Politics of the Cross: The Theology and Social Ethics of John Howard Yoder.
Berkman, John and Michael Cartwright, eds. The Hauerwas Reader.
Reviewed by Mark Thiessen Nation

Hauerwas, Stanley. With the Grain of the Universe: The Church’s Witness and Natural Theology
Reviewed by D. Stephen Long

Roth, John D., ed. Engaging Anabaptism.
Reviewed by Brinton L. Rutherford

Loewen, Royden. Hidden Worlds: Revisiting the Mennonite Migrants of the 1870s.
Reviewed by James Urry.

Hildebrandt, Georg. Why Are You Still Alive? A German in the Gulag.
Reviewed by Victor R. Koop

Birdsell, Sandra. The Russländer.
Reviewed by David P. Sudermann

Matheson, Peter. The Imaginative World of the Reformation.
Reviewed by Stephen E. Buckwalter

Hanks, Gardner C. Capital Punishment and the Bible.
Reviewed by Darrin W. Belousek

Blough, Neal, ed. Eschatologie et vie quotidienne.
Reviewed by David A. Shank

News and Announcements
Author Addresses
Cumulative Index – 2002

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