New Yorker Vol 88 No 11

4-   GOINGS ON  ABOUT TOWN
19   THE TALK OF THE TOWN
Evan Osnos on China’s crisis
James Surowiecki on unemployment

Wendell Steavenson    24- LETTER FROM ALEXANDRIA
Radicals Rising
What do the new Islamists want?
Bruce McCall    31 SHOUTS & MURMURS
Explanations Are in Order
Dana Goodyear    32 DEPT. OF GASTRONOMY
Raw Deal
California vs. the milk underground.
Ken Auletta    38 ANNALS OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Get Rich U.
Is Stanford too close to Silicon Valley?
jake Halpern    48  A REPORTER AT LARGE
The Secret of the Temple
How a god became a billionaire.
Ian McEwan    58 FICTION
“Hand on the Shoulder”
THE CRITICS
Sasha Frere-fones    66 POP MUSIC
Kraftwerk at MOMA.
BOOKS
Philip Gourevitch    70 Patrick Flanery’s ‘Absolution.”
73 Briefly Noted
Alex Ross    74- MUSICAL EVENTS
Opera in Paris.
]ohn Lahr     76 THE THEATRE
‘In Masks Outrageous and Austere,”
“Clybourne Park.”
David Denby    78 THE CURRENT CINEMA
”Bernie,” “The  Three  Stooges,” ”Lockout.”

POEMS
Virginia Konchan    35 “Love Story”
John Ashbery    54  “Resisting Arrest”

ZEITSCHRIFT FOR DIE ALTTESTAMENTLICHE WISSENSCHAFT Vol 124 No 1 (April 2012)

Aufsatze
FANTALKIN, ALEXANDER/TAL,  OREN, The  Canonization of the  Penta-
teuch: When and  Why?  (Part  I) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  .     1

SCHMIDT, LUDWIG, Die  vorpriesterliche Verbindung von  Erzvatern und  Exodus durch die Josefsgeschichte (Gen  37; 39-50*)  und
Exodus 1 . . .  . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

ANDERSON, BRADFORD A., Edom  in the  Book  of Numbers:
Some  Literary Reflections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . .    38

SCHUTTE, WOLFGANG, Wie wurde Juda israelitisiert?  . . . . . . . 52

DE HULSTER, lZAAK, Figurines from Persian period Jerusalem?……..73

Mitteilungen
CALLAHAM, SCOTT N.,  Passive  Paradox: Demoted Agent  Promotion
in Biblical  Hebrew    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     89

VAN DE SANDE, AXEL, La  forme   de  Cant 2,17 et  4,6  est-elle veritablement un  ?……….98

RICHELLE, MATTHIEU, Des yeux  pour voir, des oreilles pour entendre…
Comparaison entre un  motif  biblique et une formule mesopotamienne    ……………………… 103

KREUZER, SIEGFRIED, Codex Petropolitanus ist nicht  Codex Leningra-
densis     . . . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . . . 107

Zeitschriften- und  Biicherschau……………….111
Zeitschriftenschau .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111
Bucherschau………………………………….128

WORLD May 2012 Vol 27 No 9

34 In the shadow of war
COVER STORY
After over two decades of civil war, six years of tentative peace, and a year since the independence of South Sudan, new refugees from Sudan’s embattled Nuba Mountains-including a large population of Christians-give evidence of an
unfolding humanitarian crisis, ethnic cleansing, and forewarnings of a broader conflict

42 Setting captives free
Remembering the life and legacy of Watergate operative, ex-con, and Prison Fellowship founder Charles Colson

46 Ticket talking
A diverse group of Republican leaders are emerging as possible running mates for likely GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney
48 Give them shelter
Survivors of sex trafficking face a critical shortage of assistance, starting with a place to land and be safe

52 Campus divide
A new requirement that religious ministries affirm a nondiscrimination policy has Vanderbilt groups split over what’s at stake

56 Show me the money
As Texas moves government health funding away from Planned Parenthood, the abortion behemoth goes to court to keep its place at the trough

VOICES
3   Joel Belz
20 Janie B. Cheaney
32 Mindy Belz
58 Erin Davis
71  Mailbag
75 Andree Seu
76 Marvin Olasky

Journal of Psychology and Theology Vol 40 No 1 (April 2012)

Special Issue: Journal of Psychology and Theology 40th Anniversary, Issue One
Conceptualizing the Past, Present, and Future of the Integration of Psychology and Theology

3  Editors’ Introduction I Everett L. Worthington, Jr. and Todd W. Hall

5  Revisiting the Issue of Influential Sources in the Integration of Psychology and Theology: More than a Decade Summary I Julia  P. Grimm, Keri L. Barnett, Rodney L. Bassett, Suzanne M. Pearson, Alysia Cornell, Shaelise Morton, Katelyn Scott, and Paul Stevenson

THEOLOGICAL, PHILOSOPHICAL,  OR METASYSTEMIC  PERSPECTIVES
16  Lost Opportunities, Partial Successes, and Key Questions: Some Historical
Lessons I Alan C. Tjeltveit

21   Dis-integrating Psychology and Theology I F. LeRon Shults

26  Let’s Talk: Embeddedness, Majority-Minority Relations, Principled Pluralism, and the Importance of Dialogue I Eric L. Johnson
32   Doing Psychology as a Christian: A Plea for Wholeness I C. Stephen Evans

37  The Idea of a Christian Psychology I Robert C. Roberts

41  Where Do We Want to be in 10 Years? Towards an Integration Strategy for Clinical
Psychologists I Glendon L. Moriarty

MACRO INTEGRATION WITH A COMPLEMENTARITY (BOTH-AND)  APPROACH
45  Doing Theology in Dialogue with Psychology I Fraser Watts

51  Revisiting a Field of Dreams: Looking Back with Appreciation and Forward with
Anticipation I Peter C. Hill

55   Spiritual Experiences Reconsidered: A Relational  Approach to the Integration of
Psychology and Theology I Maureen Miner and Martin Dowson

60  There’s Room for All of Us: Discerning  Your Role in the Integration
Movement I Julie Exline

66  Integration in Three Tenses: A Journey  from Separate and Not Equal to Integral and Interwoven I Gary W. Moon
72  Converging Horizons for Relational Integration: Differentiation-Based
Collaboration I Steven J. Sandage and Jeannine K. Brown

77  Journal File
81  Featured Review
82   Reviewer for This Issue
83   Books Received

Biblical Arachaeology Journal Vol 38 No 3 (May Issue)

6    FIRST PERSON Relics vs. “Real” Archaeology
8    QUERIES & COMMENTS
14  STRATA
Altar-ed Theories at Ashkelon
Fifty Years of Dead Sea
Scroll Translation
$5,000 in Prizes for
ASORISBL Papers
Defendants Acquitted in Forgery Trial
Nehemiah in the Scrolls More and More Menorahs Jesus’ Anger Rewritten
as Compassion
Joe Zias:”Hershel Has
No Sense of Humor”
Objectionable Bible
Translation

ALSO …
15  The Bible in the News
20 In Their Own Words
20 How Many?
22 In History
22 What Is It?
24 Exhibit Watch
26 Cartoon Caption Contest

28  BIBLICAL  VIEWS Spirited Discourse About God Language in the New Testament
Ben Witherington Ill
30  ARCHAEOLOGICAL  VIEWS An Anthropologist’s View of Early Israel
Jill Katz
60 REVIEWS
72  WORLDWIDE

32    What’s the Oldest Hebrew Inscription?
Christopher A. Rollston
Weighing in on a quartet of contenders for the oldest Hebrew inscription, epigrapher Chris Rollston explains how he decides: Is the script really Hebrew? Is the language Hebrew? Should the inscription be read right­
to-left like modern Hebrew or left-to-right? How old is it? Where did it come from? Readers may be surprised by his conclusions.

41     Ancient Inscription Refers to Birth of Israelite Monarchy
Gerard Leval
Highly regarded French epigrapher Emile Puech interprets the Qeiyafa Ostracon as referring to the institution of the Israelite monarchy, either David or, more probably, Saul. Our author reviews Puech’s analysis.

44     “Castle of the Slave”-Mystery Solved
Stephen Rosenberg
Qasr al-Abd, or Castle of the Slave, is a monumental, Hellenistic-style ruin located amid lush fields in Jordan’s Wadi as-Seer valley. Once the centerpiece of a grand second-century B.C.E. estate built by the Jewish Tobiad family, it is less certain why the Tobiads built this impressive structure. Was it a temple? A hunting lodge? A pleasure palace? A tomb? Based on the monument’s elaborate design, decoration and other evidence, author Stephen Rosenberg believes he has the answer.

55    When Job Sued God
Edward L. Greenstein
God tested the righteous Job by taking away his belongings, his servants, his children and his good health. Because Job could not think of any sin he had committed to deserve such punishment, he sued God and swore an oath of innocence. Would the deity feel compelled to respond to such a lawsuit?

Leadership Vol 33 No 2 April 2012

22-Fighting the Good Fight
What does the Bible mean by “spiritual warfare”?
by John Ortberg

27-My Unsought Calling
I didn’t seek this aspect of ministry, but to refuse it would have been unfaithful.
by Ray Kollbocker

31-Engaging the Enemy
Describe  a time when you encountered spiritual warfare.

34-Diagnosing the Demonic
Can you recognize  the presence of evil spirits?
by David W:. Appleby

39-Removing Demonic Oppression
Steps to freeing those under the  unwanted  influence.
by Karl Payne

42-Cleaning House

Inner healing involves addressing psychological and spiritual issues.
a conversation with
Charles Kraft

45-Making Space for the Spirit
How one church recognized spiritual warfare and the means God provides  for victory.
by Dave Gibbons

47-The foe in the foyer
A visitor to our church had an unwanted  guest.
by Mike Sares

49-Air Attack
When the atmosphere of your group  turns  toxic, it might be the work of a malevolent spirit.
by Steven R. Jones

51-A Contested Universe
In the end, Satan loses. But until then, we’re in for a battle.
a conversation with
Erwin Lutzer

70-Measuring What Matters
Despite the barriers, churches are finding effective metrics of soul transformation.
by Mike Bonem

79 Invisible Needs
When churches  embrace the disabled, everyone benefits.
by Kelli Anderson

85-Losing My Edge
When your initial enthusiasm fades, you need a plan if you’re going to bring your best to your calling.
by Adrian Boykin

91-Praying that Makes a Difference
Whether  from the pulpit, or Ground Zero,pastoral prayer  changes things.
by Gordon MacDonald

Criswell Theological Review Vol 9 No 2 Spring 2012

Editor’s Page ………………………………………………………..    1

Romans 11 and Christian and Jewish Relations: Exegetical Options for Revisiting the Translation and Interpretation of this Central Text……………………………… 3
Mark D. Nanos

The Rationale for Gentile Inclusion and Identity in Paul………………………     23
William  S. Campbell

Judah Monis: “First” American Jewish  Believer ………………………………..    39
Jim R. Sibley

Moses as Di-vine Substitute in Exodus…………………………………….53
Stephen L. Herring

Is the Timing  Respecting Paul  and  the Four Men Under a Vow in Acts 21:23-27 Plausible? …………………………………………………………………………………..69
Stuart Chepey

Rejoinder to Boyd  Luter–Jesus and the Land………………………………………76
Gary M. Burge

Book Reviews  ………………………………………………………..    79

Index  of Book Reviews     ………………………………………………………    128