Expository Times Vol 123 No 11 August 2012

William W. Emilsen, The  New  Atheism and Islam                    521

Chloe Lynch,  In 1 Peter 5:1-5, who are the              529
and what is said about their role?

Book of the Month                                541
Edward J. Woods
Deuteronomy David Allen

Worship Resources
Sermons  for the Christian Year
Russell Barr, 2″d September: Proper 17                             544
Amy E. Richter, 9 117   September: Proper 18                    546
Robert Jeffery, 16117  September:  Proper 19                    548
Derek Browning, 2Jrd September: Proper 20                    550
Marilyn Parry, 30117  September: Proper 21                    552
Donald  McCorkindale, All-Age Worship  Resources  for September            554

Book  Reviews                                              558
Index of Books  Reviewed                            570
Richard Holloway, And  Finally…Failure         572

Catholic Bible Quarterly Vol 74, No. 3 July 2012

445-464    On Vomiting: Leviticus, Jonah, Ea(a)rth
Brent A. Strawn
465-475    Gideon’s House as the   A Proposal for
Reading Jotham’s Fable
David Janzen

476-491    Debating Wisdom: The Role ofVoice in
Ecclesiastes
Kyle R. Greenwood

492-508    Raphael the Liar: Angelic Deceit and Testing in the Book of Tobit
Geoffrey D. Miller

509-527    Time for Figs, Temple Destruction, and Houses of Prayer in Mark 11:12-25
J. R. Daniel Kirk

528-547    Is Luke’s Version of the Parable of the Rich Fool
Reflected in the Coptic Gospel of Thomas?
John  P. Meier

548-567    Forensic-Retributive Justification in
Romans 3:21-26: Paul’s Doctrine of Justification in Dialogue with Hebrews
Benjamin  J. Ribbens

568-626    Book Reviews
Joan  E. Cook, S.C., and Amy-Jill Levine

627-643    Collected Essays.

644-648    Books Received

Journal of Evangelism and Missions Vol. 11 Spring 2012

1.   This or That? The Tension between Two Mandates in
Christian Mission by David Allen Bledsoe
9.   Meeting Human Needs and Proclaiming the Gospel: A Growing and Often Polarizing Trend in Missions Today by J. Jeffrey Palmer
22.   Word and Deed as Effective Mission Strategy by Pat
Meloncon
34.   God’s Gas Station:The Mission Arlington® Story by Jim
Burgin and Tillie Burgin
44.   A God Thing: An Ordinary Preacher Follows an Extraordinary God to Reach the Least of These by Charles Roesel and Samuel Smith
56.   Evangelism and Social Ministries at New Hope Baptist
Mission by John Rech
70.   Love One Another, as I Have Loved You by Barbara Akins
81.   Ministry-Evangelism and Growth in New York by Ray
Meadows
90.   Vance Houston Havner October 17, 1901- August 1,
1986 by Bob Pitman
102. Teaching Them to Obey: The Great Commission  and
Discipleship  by Chuck Lawless
116. Book Reviews

Christian Scholar’s Review Vol 41 No 4 2012

ARTICLES
357    DAVID C. CRAMER, Recovering the Christian Practice of Dying: A
Response to Stanley Hauerwas’ “Finite Care in a World of Infinite
Need”
367     RoGER E. OLSON, Pietism and Postmodernism: Points of Congeniality
381    RoBERT J. PRIEST AND EsTHER E. CoRDILL, Christian Communities and
“Recovered Memories” of Abuse

REVIEW ESSAY
401    DAVID  B. KLANDERMAN AND SHARON  K. RoBBERT, Mathematics
Through the Eyes of Faith  and A Certain Ambiguity

REVIEW AND  RESPONSE
407    MATTHEW LuNDIN,  The Unintended Reformation
415    BRADS. GREGORY, Response to Matthew Lundin’s Review ofThe Unin- tended Reformation: How a Religious Revolution Secularized Society

REVIEWS
421    T. J. GoRRINGE, Earthly Visions: Theology and the Challenges  of Art
Reviewed by Katie Kresser
424    WILLIAM T. CAVANAUGH, Migrations  of the Holy: God, State, and the Political Meaning of the Church
Reviewed by Jeanne  Schindler
426    DouGLAS GRoomms, Christian Apologetics: A Comprehensive Case for Biblical Faith
Reviewed by Tawa J. Anderson
431    LAUREN F. WINNER, Still: Notes on a Mid-Faith  Crisis
Reviewed by Jessiea L. Rimmer
433    RANDALL J. STEPHENS  AND KARL  W.  GIBERSON, The Anointed: Evangelical Truth in a Secular Age
Reviewed by Jeffry C. Davis

437     PHILIP  W. EATON,  Engaging the Culture, Changing the World: The Christian University in a Post-Christian  World
Reviewed by David  M. Johnstone
439         RONALD COLE-TURNER, EDITOR, Transhumanism and Transcendence: Christian  Hope in an
Age of Technological Enhancement
Reviewed by Kyle Hubbard
442         THOMAS S. KmD, Patrick Henry: First Among Patriots
Reviewed by Robert  Tracy McKenzie
445        THOMAS  ALBERT  HOWARD,
God and the Atlantic: America, Europe, and the Religious Divide
Reviewed by Kendra Weddle Irons
447         FREDERICK  HOUK BORSCH,
Keeping Faith and Princeton: A Brief History of Religious
Pluralism at Princeton and Other Universities
Reviewed by Todd C. Ream
449         TIMOTHY  GEORGE, Reading Scripture with the Reformers
Reviewed by Aaron Hebberd

452         INDEX  FOR VOLUME XLI

Journal of Biblical Literature Vol 131, No 2

The Condemnation of David’s “Taking” in 2 Samuel 12:1-14    209-220
David Janzen

Death of the   in Psalm 82                   221-239
James M. Trotter

”A Scent” of the Spirit: Exegesis of an Enigmatic Verse (Isaiah 11:3) 241-249
Arie Shifman

Interlopers Reunited: The Early Translators of Ben Sira     251-269
Michael M. Winter

Genre and Rewritten Scripture: A Reassessment  271-288
Molly M. Zahn

The Canon and the Cult: The Emergence of Book Religion in Ancient Israel and the Gradual Sublimation of the Temple Cult    289-305
Konrad Schmid

Climate, Droughts, Wars, and Famines in Galilee as a Background for Understanding the Historical Jesus    307-324
Morten H Jensen

Not Applicable to Believers?                                   325-340
The Aims and Basis of Paul’s ”I” in 2 Corinthians 10-13
Dustin W Ellington

The Role of Chiasm for Understanding Christology in Hebrews 1:1-14     341-362
Victor (Sung Yul) Rhee

Porneia: The Making of a Christian Sexual Norm        363-383
Kyle Harper

Israel and the Church in the Exegetical Writings    385-406
of Hippolytus .
Joel Marcus

New Testament Studies Vol 58 No 3 July 2012

Articles
Luc  DEVILLERS Le prologue  du quatrieme evangile, cle de voute de la litterature johannique
[317-330]

JEFFREY A. D. WEIMA ‘Peace and Security’  (1 Thess 5.3): Prophetic Warning or Political Propaganda?
[331-359]

JuLIEN M. OGEREAU The Jerusalem Collection as Kotvrovia: Paul’s Global Politics of Socio-Economic Equality and Solidarity
[360-378]

MICHAEL W. MARTIN AND JASON A. WHITLARK Choosing What Is Advantageous: The Relationship between Epideictic and Deliberative Syncrisis in Hebrews
[379-400]

PHILIP MAERTENS ‘Vos peres’ OU ‘nos peres’: la question de l’appartenance ethnique dans le texte grec du livre des Actes du Codex Bezae CD 05)
[401-415]

LUKAS BORMANN  ‘Auch unter politis­ chen Gesichtspunkten sehr sorgfaltig ausgewahlt’: Die ersten deutschen Mitglieder der Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas (SNTS) 1937-1946 [416-452]

Short Study

TJITZE BAARDA ‘And they thought that the time of his decease…had come’ [TA XXIV:5-6]
[453-461]

EMQ Proclamation vs Social Action: A Symposium Vol 48 No 3 July 2012

DEPARTMENTS
260    A Second Look: Remembering (and Learning from) Unsung Heros
By Gary Corwin
362     Excellence in Missions: Best Practices from Missio Nexus
From Adoniram Judson to Missio Nexus: Celebrating Two Hundred
Years of North American Missions
By Bradley A. Coon

Adjusting Missionary Methods to Today’s Realities
By Marvin J. Newell
370    Book Reviews

ARTICLES
264     The Bad Question of Proclamation vs. Social Action: A Symposium
By Mark Long, Raphael Anzenberger, Christopher L. Heuertz, Bryant L. Myers, and Rose Dowsett
Long insists that the question as to whether proclamation or social action is more important  needs to be set aside once and for all. Anzenberger, Heuertz, Myers, and Dowsett respond.

274    By Suffering and Blood: God’s Mission in Contexts of Persecution and Martyrdom  By Abhijit Nayak
Suffering and martyrdom have strengthened, extended, and purified the Church and attracted non-believers to the Christian faith. Nayak looks at India as an example of church growth through persecution.

284    Esther as a Model for Doing Mission without Mentioning God
By Lee Beach
The Book of Esther reminds us that even when God’s name is absent, mission can still take place. Our commitment  to living with missional intentionality through thoughtful cultural engagement is a powerful tool of proclamation.

292    Unheard Voices in the  “Son of God”  Debate: The History of Christian
Muslim Encounter By Charles L. Tieszen
Historical voices remain curiously absent from many modern discussions about using the term “Son of God.” The author uses Theodore Abu Qur­ rah, a ninth-century native of Edessa and Orthodox bishop of Harran, as an example of how early church leaders viewed the debate.
302    Cross-cultural Evangelism & Short-term Missions: How Do We
Do It Well?  By Phil Thornton
There are key questions which must be asked when considering cross-cultural evangelism.

310    Young Evangelicals & Financial Giving: Is There Hope for the Future of Missions? By Lynn 0. Cooper, Drew Melby, Adam Mowery,  Rachael Burlingame
One study of undergraduate students shows that financial giving is alive and well among young evangelicals.

322    Reaching Thailand in this Generation: The Thai Church’s National Plan
By Yuttasak Sirikul and Randy Wollf
God is using six internal factors within the Church to push Thailand toward a spiritual tipping point: prayer, unity, research, evangelism, strategic focus, and supportive accountability.

332     Healthy Reentry: The Shared Responsibility of Missionary Care
By Thomas Kimber
Healthy reentry is the shared responsibility of the missionaries, mission agency, and local church. Each has a unique role to play in reestablishing returned missionaries.

342    Life Skills & Assessing New  Candidates
By Naomi Singer
A lack of life skills can hinder ministry. Singer shares case studies and scriptural examples of why “spiritual qualities” are not enough for Christian workers to be successful.

350     Applied Theology: A Case Study  of the  Dagara  & Polygamy
By Andy Johnson
Johnson explains why a recent movement-wide investigation into Dagara Christian marriage ceremonies is an example of a young church movement stretching and beginning to outgrow  its missionaries.

356    The One-Story Missionary: On Technology,Communications, and Authenticity
By Ken Wade
As technology has advanced, the age of being able to have separate identi­ ties at home and on the field has ended. Missionaries now need to know how to serve with one life story.

TOUCHSTONE Vol 25 No 4 July/August 2012

3 Changed Agents
Without Conversion We Labor in Vain
by JAMES M. KUSHINER

10 THE LEADING EDGE
Out from the Ether
by Phillip E. Johnson
12 CONTOURS OF CULTURE
Image & Reality
by Ken Myers
13 ILLUMINATIONS
A Song for a Nation
by Anthony Esolen
15 Shaped, Fixed & Free
Patrick Henry Reardon on the Divine Gift of Truth
16 Fierce Charity
S.M. Hutcehsn on the Christian’s Duty to Be Strictly Loving
18 Catharsis? Caritas!
Thomas Howard on the Crucial Limits of Art’s Power to Transform
21 The Guilty Generation
JOHN PATRICK on an Unnoticed
Transformation of the Causes of Disease
23 Song of Jupiter
NATHANAEL DEVLIN on the Hymn That
Turned His World Around
62 A Thousand Words
Albrecht Durer’s Vision of
the Seven Candlesticks
by MARY ELIZABETH PODLES
64 As It Is Written …
Early Education
by PATRICK HENRY REARDON
FEATURES
25 Requiem for a Nixon Man
The Redemption of Charles Colson’s Loyalty
by Russell D. Moore
The Hatchet Man of Souls
by S. M. HUTCHENS
30 All the Lonely People
The Corrosive & Far-Reaching Fallout of the Sexual Revolution
by ANTHONY ESOLEN
34 Passing Through the Sirens
The Trials of the Christian Wayfarer in the World
by DAVID ELLIOT
40 Scripture in the Age of Google
The Digital Bible & How We Can Read It
by ROBIN PHILLIPS
45 Terrorism & Its Civilized Discontents
An Eastern Orthodox Ethical Reflection on Torture as Counter-Terrorism
by ALEXANDER F. C. WEBSTER
REVIEWS
55 Changing Churches
Journeys of Faith: Evangelicalism,
Eastern Orthodoxy, Catholicism,
and Anglicanism
edited by Robert L. Plummer
reviewed by LOUIS MARKOS
58 Hero Among the Wounded
The Humane Vision of Wendell Berry
edited by Mark T Mitchell and
Nathan Schlueter
reviewed by ARTHUR W. HUNT III
60 BooK NOTICES

New Yorker July 9

6  GOINGS  ON  ABOUT TOWN
29  THE  TALK  OF TOWN
Jeffrey Toobin on the Supreme Court;
James Surowiecki on the skills gap.
Michael Specter    38   ANNALS OF  SCIENCE
The Mosquito Solution
A biotech bid to eradicate dengue.
Joel Stein    47 SHOUTS &  MUI\MUIU
I Will Be Your Server
Mavis Gallant    48 LIFE AND  LETTERS
The Hunger Diaries: A writer’s apprenticeship.
Dexter Filkins    54 A REPORTER AT LARGE
After America Can an Afghan civil war be prevented?
Nathan Heller    68 AMERICAN  CHIRONICLES
Listen and Learn  The TED Talk phenomenon.
Tessa Hadley    78 FICTION
”An Abduction”
THE  CRITICS
Louis Menand     88   A CRITIC AT LARGE
Douglas Brinkley’s “Cronkite.”
95   BOOKS
Briefly Noted
Emily Nussbaum    96   ON  TELEVISION
“Louie,” “Episodes.”
Anthony Lane    98   THE CURRENT CINEMA
“The Amazing Spider-Man,”
“Take This Waltz

POEMS
Virginia Konchan    42   “The Rose-Way in Giverny”
Robert Wrigley        64 “Seen from the Porch, a Bear by the House

Journal of Psychology and Theology Vol 40 No. 2

AN EVANGELICAL FORUM FOR
THE INTEGRATION OF PSYCHOLOGY AND THEOLOGY

Special Issue: Journal of Psychology  and Theology  40th Anniversary,  Issue Two PRACTICAL AND EMERGING ISSUES IN THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE OF INTEGRATION OF PSYCHOLOGY AND THEOLOGY

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

WHAT ELSE DOES THE LITERATURE SHOW?
93  Revisiting the Issue of Influential Sources in the Integration of Psychology and Theology: Are We There Yet?  Keri L. Barnett, Rodney  L. Bassett,
Julia P. Grimm,  and Cheryl L. Repass

MULTICULTURAL COMPETENCE/MULTICULTURAL HUMILITY
102 Integration, Multicultural Counseling, and Social Justice  Joshua N. Hook and Don E. Davis
107  Integration in the Study of Homosexuality, GLBT Issues, and Sexual Identity  Mark A Yarhouse
112 Practical Integration in Cross-Cultural Member Care  Cynthia B. Eriksson
116  Culture, Language, and Integration  Al Dueck
122 Integration: Toward a Variety of Musical Ensembles  Alexis D. Abernethy

INTEGRATION WITHIN SPECIFIC SUB-AREAS
127  The Political Meaning of Christian Caregiving  Kevin S. Reimer
131 Disaster Spiritual and Emotional Care In Professional Psychology: A Christian  Integrative Approach  Jamie D. Aten
136  Applied Clinical Integration in Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents: A Look Ahead  Donald F. Walker

FUTURE OF INTEGRATION AND TRAINING IN INTEGRATION

141 Christian Counseling, Interpersonal Neurobiology, and the Future  Tim Clinton and Gary Sibcy
146  Principled, Professional, and Personal Integration and Beyond: Further Reflections on the Past and Future  Siang-Yang Tan
150 Integration of Psychology and Christianity: 2022  Jennifer S. Ripley
155  Teaching Christian Integration in Psychology and Counseling: Current Status and Future Directions  Fernando L. Garzon and M. Elizabeth Lewis Hall

160  Journal File
166 Featured Review
167  Reviewer for This Issue
168 Books Received