Christian Educator’s Journal Vol 52 No 3

Articles
Christian  Education: Authentic and Sticky
Dan Beerens     4

Project-Based learning: Culture­Making for Shalom Communities
Justin Cook     10

Adventures in Project-Based Learning
Bill Boerman-Carnell     15

Project-Based learning and Gardening
Harry Blyleven     21

My Journey to Project-Based Learning
James Peterson     24

Spaces Where Learners Flourish
Elaine Brouwer     28

Columns
Editorial
Gary VanArragon     2

COLUMN-Welcome Back
Gary L. Riggins    31

P@NEL.EDU-Transformational Teaching     32

SLOUCHING  TOWARD BEDLAM-Beware the Rex’s March, or It’s all Greek to Me
Jan Kaarsvlam     34

Counseling Today Vol 55 No 9

Cover Story
28    Unmistaken  identity By Lynne Shallcross
The counseling profession has worked hard to carve out a unique space within the landscape of the helping professions while also trying to define itself clearly.

Features
38    Grown-up bullying By Lynne Shallcross
It may come as a surprise to some that bullying continues  into college and even the professional world, but counselors say it is far from uncommon.

46 All trauma is not the same
By Tara S. Jungersen, Stephanie Dailey, Julie Uhernik & Carol M. Smith
Counselors  need to understand how clients react differently to natural versus human-caused  disasters to provide the best care to trauma survivors.

50 Evaluating doud-based practice management systems, Part 2
By Rob Reinhardt

60 Newly launched clearinghouse aims to help counselors get creative
By Heather Rudow

64 Creating ACA By Richard Yep
ACA’s first president, Robert H. Shaffer, reflects on the early days of the association.

68 DBT:An introduction and application with adolescents
By Karen Michelle Hunnicutt Hollenbaugh

72 Not just for some of us
By Tom Evenson, Patty Nunez & Frank Lane
Now is the time to advance licensure parity for all counselors.

74 Reaching across continents to prepare counseling’s
next generation
By Yukio Fujikura & Marie Kobayashi

Southeastern Theological Review Vol 3 No 2

The Gospel of Jesus Christ: Its Meaning, Implications, and Modern
Understanding …………………………………………. 149
STR Editor

The King Jesus Gospel …………………………………………………. 153
STR Interviews Dr. Scot McKnight

The Gospel Crisis and American Evangelicals ……………………………161
Harry Lee Poe

Victory, Atonement, Restoration, and Response:  The Shape of the New
Testament  Canon and the Holistic Gospel Message ………………………….. 177
Matthew Emerson

Preaching Old Testament  Law to New Testament  Christians ………………….. 195
Daniel I. Block

One More Look at Martha’s “Perfect” Statement in John 11:27………………. 223
Francis M. Macatangay

Be Holy: A Sermon on 1 Pet. 1:13-21 ……………………………………….239
J.D. Greear

The Bible and its Long and Variegated Reception in Judaism, Christianity and Islam, in Literature, the Visual Arts, Music and Film: A Presentation and Review of the First Volumes of the Enryclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2009-) …………………………………………. 251
Christoph  W. Stenschke

BOOK REVIEWS
Kbaled Anatolios. Retrieving Nicaea, The Development and Meaning of
Trinitarian Doctrine …………………………………259 David S. Hogg

James Bollhagen. Ecclesiastes………………………………261 Daniel J. Estes

J. R. Daniel Kirk, Jesus Have I Loved, but Paul? A Narrative Approach
to the Problem of Pauline Christianity………………………………..262
Timothy Gombis

John Goldingay. Key Questions about Biblical Interpretation:
Old Testament Answers ……………………………….264 Josh Mathews

Kevin J. Vanhoozer.  Remythologizjng Theology: Divine Action, Passion,
and Authorship …………………………………………… 266 Bruce R Ashford

Matthew Levering. Predestination, Biblical and Theological Paths ………………267
David S.  Hogg

Richard Bauckham. The Bible and Ecology: Rediscovering the Community of Creation…………………………….269 Andrew J. Spencer

Caitlin Carenen. The Fervent Embrace: Liberal Protestants, Evangelicals,
and Israel ………………………………………………..271
Philip 0. Hopkins

Paul J. Griffiths. Song of Songs………………………………..273 Brian P. Gault

Wayne Flynt. Keeping the Faith: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives……………………275 Brent J. Aucoin

Craig S. Keener. Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts …………277 Rich Holland

Robin M. Jensen. Baptismal  Imagery in Early Christianity: Ritual, Visual, and Theological Dimensions………………………………………….278 Bryan Litfin

Timothy  George (editor). Evangelicals and Nicene Faith: Reclaiming
the Apostolic Witness ……………………………280 Matthew Emerson

Suzanne McDonald.  Re-Imaging Election: Divine Election as Representing
God to Others and Others to God……………..282 Ken Keathley

Mark Coppenger, Apologetics for Contemporary Christians: Pushing Back
Again.d Cultural and Religious Critics………………………….283 Bruce A. Little

Darrell L. Bock. A Theology of Luke and Acts:  God’s  Promised Program,
Realized for All Nations………………………………………285 Thomas R Schreiner

Tremper Longman III. Introducing the Old Testament……………………………..286
Richard D. Patterson

Gordon J. Wenham.  Psalms as Torah: Reading Biblical Song Ethically ……………. 288
David W. Jones

BibleWorks 9.0 ……………………….290
Shawn C. Madden

Jon C. Laansma, Grant  Osborne, and Ray Van Neste (eds.),
New Testament Theology in Light  of the Church’s  Mission:  Essays in Honor of I. Howard Marshall………………………291
Michael F. Bird

T. Desmond Alexander. From Paradise to Promised Land: An Introduction to the Pentateuch……………………..294
Joshua E. Williams

Richard Marsden, E. Ann Matter (eds.). The New Cambridge History of the Bible: The Bible from 600 to 1450…………. 295
Christoph Stenschke

G. K. Beale. A New Testament  Biblical Theology: The Unfolding of the  Old Testament in the New……………………………… 299
Matthew Y. Emerson