Christian Scholar’s Review Vol 40 No 3 Spring 2012

233    DAVID W.  AIKEN, Bernard Lonergan’s Critique of Reductionism:  A Call to Intellectual Conversion

253    RIcHARD J. Mouw, The Imago Dei and Philosophical Anthropology
267    YVONNE S. SMITH, SHARON G. JOHNSON, AND ERIK M. HILLER, The God of the Games: Towards a Theology  of Competition

293    TOM  LEHMAN, Reflection on Gillis Harp’s “Reconsidering the Liberal
Captivity  of American Evangelicalism”
297    GILLIS HARP, Response to Tom Lehman

299    STANTON  L. JONES, The End  of Sexual  Identity: Why Sex Is Too
Important to Define Who We Are
305    JENELL PARIS, Response to Stanton Jones’ Review of The End of Sexual

309    DALE GoLDSMITH, From  Surviving to Thriving: Five 2011 Survival
Manuals for Christians in College

331    DAVID LYLE JEFFREY AND GREGORY MAILLET, Christianity and Literature: Philosophical
Foundations and Critical Practice
Reviewed by Mark Eaton
334    CHRISTIAN SCHAREN AND AANA  MARIE VIGEN, EDs., Ethnography as Christian Theology and Ethics
Reviewed by Brian M. Howell
337    ERIC METAXAS, Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy
Reviewed by Richard E. Burnett
340     ELMER JOHN THIESSEN, The Ethics of Evangelism: A Philosophical  Defense of Proselytizing and Persuasion
Reviewed by Wilbert R. Shenk
343    WARREN A. NoRD, Does God Make a Difference? Taking Religion  Seriously  in Our Schools and Universities
Reviewed by William Jeynes
346    SUSAN  VANZANTEN, Joining the Mission: A Guide for (Mainly) New College Faculty
Reviewed by David  Wright
349    JASON SPRINGS, Toward  a Generous Orthodoxy:  Prospects for Hans Frei’s Postliberal Theology
Reviewed by Jacob L. Goodson
352    GEORGE  C. RABLE,  God’s Almost Chosen Peoples: A Religious History of the American Civil War
Reviewed by Matthew Hill


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