Social Education Vol 76 No 6 Nov/Dec 2012

272
Teaching with  Documents
1863 Letter from the Department of State to the Government Printing Office
LEE ANN PoTTER
The featured  documents relating to the Emancipation Proclamation illustrate  how President Lincoln’s government spread  the news worldwide.

278
Looking at the Law
Did that Dog Sniff Violate the Fourth Amendment?
CATHERINE HAWKE AND TIFFANY MIDDLETON
A recent Supreme  Court  case looking at whether  a drug dog’s sniff gives police officers the right to get a search warrant,  provides  an excellent entry point into a lesson on the Fourth Amendment.

283
Democracy Education
Should Schools Teach Students to Vote? YES!
DIANA E. HESS
Teachers can impact young people’s involvement  in elections by not only teaching about elections,  but also about  how to register to vote and how to go about voting.

290
New Directions in Assessment:
Using Library of Congress Sources to Assess Historical Understanding
SAM WINEBURG,  MARK SMITH, AND JOEL BREAKSTONE
These newly designed assessments allow a quick evaluation  of the quality of student thinking, and promote  appropriate instructional action.

294
Research and Practice
What Makes a Good History Essay?
Assessing Historical Aspects of Argumentative Writing
CHAUNCEY MoNTE-SANo
Learning history and historical  thinking can help students  become better writers.

299
Surfing the Net
What Social Studies Educators can do about the Marginalization of the Subject
They Teach
c. FREDERICK RISINGER
These recommended strategies and websites can help teachers protect and improve the role of social studies in the curriculum and mobilize public support for soeial studies and citizenship education

Dramatics Vol 54 No 3

Journal   5
Actor Richard Robichaux celebrates  his favorite teachers

New York  11
Two new productions  confront the paradox  ofplaying  a legend By jeffrey Sweet

Strut and Fret    16`
EdTA inducts five into the Hall of Fame and a new study from EdTA and Utah
State offers the first portrait of high school theatre in twenty years

ARTICLES
18     Choices tell the story: How careful script analysis strengthens acting
By Bruce Miller

28      The vocabulary of sound: The names of things, and what they do
By Dana  Taylor

32    Writing plays: You can’t do it alone
By Dominic  Orlando

36    The New Margo: A new play
By Stephen Gregg

Christianity Today Vol 56 No 10

16 Headlines
• Historical Adam prompts crisis of faith statements.
• Should TBN be abandoned or reformed?
• China watchdogs condemn abortion report.
• Israeli evangelicals sue for right to marry.
19 In Depth  State and faith unite to end homelessness in Denver and the nation.

FEATURES
24 Honoring Faith in the Public Square
WILFRED McCLAY   Let’s be frank: Religion in America really does enjoy
‘special privileges.’ Here are five reasons-plus one-why it should.

30 Shari’ah’s Uphill Climb
JOHN WITTE JR.  Does Muslim law have a place in the American landscape?
Global Gospel Project

36 The Key to a Purposeful Life
SARAH LEBHAR HALL  It’S not imitating Christ, but Union With him that makes the difference.

40 What’s So Great About ‘The Common Good’?
ANDY cRoucH  Why Christians need to revive the historically rich phrase.

44 The Cutting Edge of Marketplace Ministries
AMY L.  SHERMAN  How businesses are doing more holistic ministry than ever.

48 This (Ambiguous) Political Life
JOHN G.  STACKHousE  JR.  What it means for the church to be involved in politics.

52 The Mystic Baptist
INTERVIEW BY   MARK GALLI  Why megachurch pastor Charles Stanley has spent so much time in prayer his whole life.

Viewpoints
63 Where We Stand Unfreezing the Middle East

64 The Village Green Dan Kimball, Cheryl Sanders, and Winfield Bevins assess seminaries.

66 Wrestling with Angels Carolyn Arends on creation/evolution.

68 Contra Mundum  Timothy George on the Pussy Riot controversy.

Journal of Theological Interpretation Vol 6 No 2 Fall 2012

Revelation and the Mission Dei: Toward a Missional REading of the  Apocalypse
Dean Flemming……………………………161

Called to the Third Heaven: 2 Corinthians 11:21-12:9 in the Easter Orthodox Liturgical Tradition
James Buchanan Wallace…………..179

The Cost of Losing Lament for the Community of Faith: On Brueggemann, Ecclesiology and the Social Audience of Prayer
W. Derek Suderman……………..201

An Ecclesially Located Exegesis Informed by Augustine’s De Doctrina Christiana
Joshua Marshall Strahan………..219

Meditations on a Slippery Citation: Paul’s use of Psalm 112:9 in 2 Corinthians 9:9
David I. Starling…………….241

The Nondivisive Difference of Election: A Reading of Romans 9-11
Susannah Ticciati……………257

Prosopological Exegesis in Cyprian’s De opere et eleemosynis
David J. Downs……..279

The Early Wirkungsgeschichte of Daniel 3: Representative Examples
W. Dennis Tucker Jr. ……………………….295

Good Soil for Growth in Scriptural Ethics: A Review Essay
Tommy Givens………………….307

YouthWorker Vol 26 No 2

ARTICLES
6    Youth Culture Update
Our global news desk     offers  up items  on Internet addiction, young  people’s growing acceptance of homosexuality, less love for Facebook and the latest    developments in the rock-paper-scissors game.
9     Culture Watch
Wedding Bell Blues:Confronting Our Mixed-Up Ideas About Marriage
By Walt Mueller
11    Campus Ministry Re-connecting with  Your Students During the Holidays
By Chuck  Bomar
12    Soul Care Living and Serving with Broken  Hearts
By David  Olshine
13    Managing  Your Ministry    Working with  Weddings
By Syler Thomas
14     10 Minutes in God’s Word Comfort Amid Brokenness
By Barry Shafer

42     TOOLS
New resources help you raise your children, protect your family  from  the demands of ministry, guide  new believers, become more  missional  and dive deeply into  Genesis.

48    Stirring it Up Embracing our Students’ Messed-Upness
By Ryan M. Blanck

Columns & Departments
16    Healing  for the Hurting:
The YouthWorker  Journal Roundtable on Ministry to Broken Youth:
Although kids  may  pretend everything’s cool, Jim  Hancock, Ginny Olson and  Marv  Penner say many are struggling­ and that’s OK if you  handle it with care  and  courage.
By Jennifer Bradbury

22     Beyond Authenticity and Transparency
The Five New Realities  Every Kid Wants  You to Know
By Chap  Clark

24    The Dark Night of the Psyche Understanding Youth Depression
By Suanne Camfield

24    Rooted Sorrows Childhood Challenges Can Increase  Incidences of Youth Depression
By Dr. Richard Winter

28    Caring in the Midst of Crisis
Insights and Advice from  Rich Van Pelt By Brenda Snailum

30    After the Fall Picking  Up the Pieces When  a Leader  Fails By Marcus J. Carlson

32    Limping Through the Valley of the Shadow of Death
Lessons from  One Who Is Acquainted with  Grief
By Kelly Soifer

34  The Wounds of Abuse
A Guide for Youth and Youth Workers
By Steven R. Tracy

The Emmaus Journal Vol 20 No 1

IM MEMORIUM: DR.  DAVID R. REID (1937-2012)
DAVID  J. MACLEOD ……………….1

THE EXCELLENT  WIFE   OF  PROVERBS  31:  AN EXPOSITION   OF PROVERBS 31:10-31
DAVID J. MACLEOD …………………….9

YOM  KIPPUR  AND JESUS CHRIST: AN EXPOSITION  OF LEVITICUS
16:1-34
S. LEWIS JOHNSON, JR…………………….41

THE PASSOVER RITUAL,  PART  1: AN EXPOSITION   OF  EXODUS
12:1  14
BRUCE  K. WALTKE…………………63

MISSIONARY     WORK    AMONG     THE     WAORANI     PEOPLE OF ECUADOR: THE BRETHREN CONTRIBUTION
KENNETH C. FLEMING …………………77

INSIGNIFICANT PEOPLE: AN EXHORTATION  TO LEADERS
TOM v. TAYLOR…………..119

BOOK REVIEWS ………………….131
BOOK NOTICES………………….143

First Things No 227

THE  PUBLIC  SQUARE
3     The Battle Already Won by R. R. Reno
LETTERS
8    After liberalism, Sharia statistics, etc.
OPINIONS
17    A Spade to Dig With by Yael Finkelman
19    Fencing the Altar by Edward Peters
21    On Susan by Elizabeth Corey

ESSAYS
25    The Tridentine Genius of Vatican II
by Thomas Joseph White
33    Chastened Humanism
by Robert Royal
39    The Jewish Mission
by David Novak
45    A Friendly Dissent from Pentecostalism
by Peter L. Berger

REVIEWS
51    The Face of God by Roger Scruton
reviewed by Matthew B. O’Brien
54    American Dervish by Ayad Akhtar
reviewed by Randy  Boyagoda
57    The Virtues of Our Vices by Emrys Westacott
reviewed by Rebecca Konyndyk  DeYoung
59    Miracles by Craig S. Keener
reviewed by Leroy Huizenga
61  Childism by Elisabeth Young-Bruehl
reviewed by David L. Tubbs
63    Briefly Noted

WHILE WE’RE  AT  IT
67 Chinese crosses, Racist cartoons, etc. by David Mills

THE  BACK  PAGE
72 Therapeutic  Superstition by David Bentley Hart

POETRY
Burt Myers (p. 23), Marzelle Robertson  (p. 23),
Carol A. Taylor (p. 31), Bryce Christensen  (p. 31),
Les Murray  (p. 43), John Whitworth (p. 50)

Zeitschrift fur die alttestamentliche wissenschaft Vol 124 No 3

Aufsätze
BADEN, JOEL S., On Exodus  33,1-11 ………….329

BERNER, CHRISTOPH,  Die eherne Schlange.  Zum literarischen
Ursprung eines »mosaischen«  Artefakts    ………. 341

NICHOLSON,  ERNEST, Once Again Josiah  and the Priests of the
High Places (II Reg 23,8a.9)   …………. .356

Kiss, JENO, Die letzte Konfession.  Jer 20,7-18    …….. . 369

BENTON, RICHARD, Verbal and Contextual Information
The Problem  of Overlapping Meanings  in the Niphal and Hitpael  . 385

Mitteilungen
NÕMMIK, URMAS, The Idea of Ancient Hebrew  Verse  .  .  .  .  .     . 400

SCHLIMM,  MATTHEW RICHARD, At Sin’s Entryway  (Gen 4,7).
A Reply to C. L. Crouch    .  .  .  .  . .  .  .  .  .  . .  .  .  .  . .  .  .    . 409
HADJIEV, TCHAVDAR S., The Translation Problems of Zephaniah 3,18.
A Diachronic Solution     .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .     . 416

STRAWN, BRENT A., A Woman at Prayer  (Psalm 131,2b) and
Arguments »from Parallelism«     . 421

Zeitschriften- und Biicherschau… 427
Zeitschfiftenschau         . 427
Biicherschau            . 440
Konferenz                . 476

WORLD Vol 27 No 22

2 Decision time
Sinful humans with all our quirks will decide who controls the White House and Congress. But under a sovereign God, the election is no crapshoot

46 Hoosier spite Republican chances of taking the Senate aren’t being helped by 36-year Senate veteran Dick Lugar’s grudge against the primary  opponent who dared defeat him

50 Tea Party tests Races in Virginia and Illinois will show how deep the roots of the 2010 House election have gone

54 Revenge of the over-regulated
Republicans, pointing to the success of free market policies in Virginia, are poised to make historic gains in governorships across the country

58 Taking the initiative
A slew of marriage votes leads the list of ballot measures across the country in November

PERSECUTION
64 Not forsaken
A sharp increase in violence against Christians worldwide brings renewed urgency to the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church

70 Clinical analysis The 2012 election  will have a deep impact  on charity healthcare  clinics in the United States. But the uninsured, and the need for these clinics, we will always have with us

72 A calling to care Volunteer doctors, nurses, and dentists  fill a crucial role in providing healthcare  to the needy, especially  when licensing and liability laws provide for their needs

80 Patient dedication Charity clinics often focus on changing unhealthy behavior, but it takes a long-term outlook and patients who want to change

TIME Vol 180 No 19

Columns
24     Hello, Columbus
Inside the brutal, last-dash campaign for Ohio’s 18 electoral votes
by Alex Altman and Michael Sherer

Lincoln: Past and Present
30    What the Candidates can learn from the 16th President
by David Von Drehle

36    How Daniel Day-Lewis channeled the Great Emancipator
Jessica Winter

44 A conversation with Lincoln director
Steven Spielberg by Richard Stengel

46 The voice and stride that set Lincoln apart
by Doris Kearns Goodwin