April 2012 Issue of Brethren in Christ History and Life

I’m over a month behind on this one, but the April 2012 issue of Brethren in Christ History and Life is too full of fantastic material to just ignore. Here’s the table of contents:

[19 Authors], “I Was There: Memories of General Conferences”

Lorna May French Fretz, “Called to Michigan and Beyond: A Biography of Henry and May Rose Schneider”

Pauline Stevick, “What the Brethren in Christ Can Learn from the Amish”

Martha Long, “The Schoolhouse at Messiah College”

Harvey Sider, “Reflections on Denominational Change, 1980-2010”

Norma Nigh Sherk, Mary Lofthouse Hodges, & Lois Jean Sider, “Three Canadian ‘Mothers in Israel'”

Robert B. Ives, “PReaching in a Postmodern Age”

Ruth Strickler, “R Family: An Old Order River Brethren Household”

John Arthur Brubaker, “The Atonement As Viewed by the Brethren in Christ”

Robin A. Collins, “A Defense of Nonviolent Atonement”

Ronald J. Sider, “A Critique of J. Denny Weaver’s Nonviolent Atonement”

Readers: What are your favorite articles in this most recent issue of the journal, and why?

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About Devin Manzullo-Thomas

Father to Lucas. Husband to Katie. Prof and administrator at Messiah College. PhD student at Temple University. Member of Grantham BIC.
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One Response to April 2012 Issue of Brethren in Christ History and Life

  1. Doneen Dourte says:

    I haven’t read the whole thing, but so far Dr. Ives’ article on preaching tops my list.
    Great insight from someone who has blessed my life with his God-given and experienced-honed expository preaching skills. I highly recommend his book on the gospel of Mark (a series of sermons in book form.) My husband used it for a devotional. The Elizabethtown BIC congregation has also loved and benefitted from his service as an interim pastor.

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