English Journal Vol 102 No 5

STEADY HANDS ON THE RUDDER

21   “Living Large and Taking Charge!” Students Read and Write Their Way to a High School Writing Center
Jane Greer and Djana Trofimoff
Follow their yearlong journey as students  visit college writing centers, interview experts, prepare proposals, and establish their own high school writing center.

28   The Authenticity  Spectrum: The Case of a Science Journalism
Writing Project
Angela M. Kohnen
Students  should be encouraged to explore authentic writing genres, but if those genres are not designed with a rich enough purpose and audience, the authenticity may be “latent” and not ‘functional:’

35   What Happens When High School Students Write in a College Course?
A Study of Dual Credit
Howard Tinberg and Jean-Paul Nadeau
Are students  in dual-credit writing courses missing something they would have gotten in a traditional  high school writing course?

43     Developing Academic Skills through Multigenre Autobiography
Sarah Bickens, Franny Bittman, and David J. Connor
Historical research, interviews, deep reflection, and live presentation:  this ten-chapter assignment fulfills Common Core State Standards as it engages students.

51   Hip-Hop Literature: The Politics, Poetics, and Power of Hip-Hop  in the
English Classroom
Lauren Leigh Kelly
Hip-hop and rap have built an aesthetic and cultural  relevancy that deserves its own high school course. Lauren Leigh Kelly teaches one now.

57   Embracing Intercultural  Diversification: Teaching Young Adult Literature with Native American Themes
Kenan Metzger, Andrea Box, and James Blasingame
Native American and non-Native American students  can develop a richer understanding of US literary and cultural  history by studying Native American  themes.

63   Pencils Down: Is Mimicking the Behaviors of “Good Readers” Bad for
Good Readers?
David Narter
Interrupting the enjoyment  of reading with prediction, annotation, vocabulary study, and other add-ons  may distract proficient readers from the very kinds of reading we want them to do.

69   Challenging Perspectives on Young Adult Literature
Sean P. Connors
With  its focus on classics, the Common Core State Standards may reduce attention to YA literature. Connors uses a Peanuts comic strip to demonstrate  the literariness of seemingly less-sophisticated  texts.

74   Making an Impression: VA Authors and Their Influential Teachers
Brooke  Eisenbach and Joan F. Kaywell
S. E. Hinton, Walter Dean Myers, Erin Gruwell, Chris Crutcher, and many other popular YA authors describe in their own words what their teachers did for them.

POETRY

80   Three Poems
Ben F. Nelms
88   The Newest Colossus, or When I Wasn’t Puerto Rican
Jeanine Wisniewski

COLUMNS
82   Mentoring Matters
What  Will You Tell New Teachers?
Thomas M. McCann

84   Research for the Classroom
Standards, Standardization, and Student Learning
Julie Gorlewski

89   Teaching Young Adult Literature
YA Literature  Belongs in the Classroom Because …
Mike Roberts

91   Success with Ells
Working with  English Language  Learners: Looking Back, Moving Forward
Margo DelliCarpini and Orlando  Alonso

Lisa Berger
94   Speaking My Mind
Poised to Partner: The 21st-Century School Librarian
Amy Jo Southworth

30     Turning Syria inside out
With foreign fighters invading the rebellion, millions of Syrians fleeing civil war, and a brutal president determined to hang on, good guys and workable solutions are disappearing in a country no longer itself

36       Stacking library shelves
How Washington is pushing Islamic propaganda into local communities. Where’s the ACLU when we need it?

40      Casualties of war
Alarming suicide rates among combat veterans beg for new help from the military and ministries

46      David and Goliath
Second-term congressman James Lankford lacks
the so-called credentials to take oh Washington establishment, but he will anyway

50      Growing in a loophole
In the era of Obamacare, Christian medical bill-sharing groups are rapidly adding
members

Old Testament Abstracts Vol 36 No 1

General   ………………………1-3
The Ancient Near East: History, Texts, etc.  . …………….4-12
Texts, Manuscripts, Versions, Canon  ………….12-16
Literary Forms/Techniques & Methods  of Study  ……….16-20
Archaeology, Epigraphy, Philology  ……………………………20-44
History  & Geography ……………………45-56
The Pentateuch:Genesis, Exodus-Deuteronomy   …………….56-65
Historical  Books: ]oshua-2 Kings  …………65-80
1 Chronicles-2  Maccabees  ………………81-91
The Writings: Psalms  ……………………………..91-102
Job-Sirach    ……………………………………………………… .102-109
The Writings: Psalms  …………………………………..109-118
Major Prophets……………………………118-141
Minor Prophets  …………………141-148
Biblical Theology……………….148-156
Intertestamental, Apocrypha, NT Use: Qumran  ………156-176
Other Writings/Traditions  ……………………………………..176-187

BOOK  NOTICES

Festschriften and Collected Essays  ……………………………….188-196
Introduction and General  ……………………………….196-203
The Pentateuch……………………………….  204-206
Historical Books ……………………………….206-208
The Writings……………………………….208-211
The Prophets ………………………………………………………..     211-216
Biblical Theology  …………………………………………………..    216-217
Intertestamental, Apocrypha, NT Use  ……………………………….  217-219
Other Books Received  ………………………………. 219

Counseling Today June 2013

Global influence    26
Compiled by Lynne Shallcross
What  does counseling look like globally in the year 2013? Twenty international members  of ACA describe the current status of counseling in their countries and offer insights into how its practice is likely to evolve around  the world.

Avoiding the parent trap    38
By Lynne Shallcross
Two counselors share what it takes to create an effective working relationship
and experience successful outcomes with one of the most potentially challenging client groups-parents.

Dispelling the myths of aging    46
By SeriaShia Chatters & Carlos  Zalaquett
Counselors  can advocate for the needs of older adults and help this population adapt, thrive and maintain  a sense of life satisfaction as they encounter the multiple changes associated with reaching the last stages of adulthood.

Think this, not that    52
By Rita A. Schulte
What  we say to ourselves has a powerful impact on our emotional state, which is why teaching clients to notice their self-talk is such an important part of therapy

Andrews University Seminary StudiesVol 51 No 1

CHURCH HISTORY

CONTENTS

KNIGHT, GEORGE R. Seventh-day Adventism, Semi-Pelagianism, and Overlooked Topics in Adventist Soteriology: Moving Beyond Missing  Links  and Toward a More  Explicit Understanding………………………..3

GIBSON, ANNETTA M., AND CHARLES H. TIDWELL JR. Ethical  Issues in Faith-based NGOs: A Cross-cultural Perspective ……………………………….25

O’REGGIO, TREVOR. Martin Luther: Marriage and  the Family as a Remedy for Sin…………….39

THEOLOGY
RICE, RICHARD. Are We Really Free? A Biblically Based Response to Neurophysiological Reductionism………………………………….69

DouKHAN, JACQUES. Review of John H. Walton’s  Gmesis   1 as Andent Cosmology…………………………………………………….83

HERR,  LARRY G., AND DouGLAS  R. CLARK. Madaba Plains Project-Tall Al-‘Umayri, 2008…………..89

BOOK REVIEWS

OakTree Software, Inc. Accordance® 10: Ultimate Collection
Dominic Bornand ………………………………………………………………………. 121
Banks,  Robert. And Man Created God: Is God a
Human  Invention? (RAY McALLISTER) ………………………………………………… 123

Donato, Christopher Johne:d. Perspectives on the Sabbath:
Four Views  (LARRY LICHTENWALTER) …………………………………124
Johnso, Matthew V., James- Noll, and Demetrius K. Williams, eds.
Onesimus Our Brother: Reading Religion, Race, and Culture in Philemon  (RICHARD P. LEHMANN) ……………………………………127
Malphurs, Aubrey. The Nuts and Bolts of Church Planting
(TOM EVANS)…………………………………………………130
McElwain Thomas. Adventism and Ellen White: A Phenomenon
of Religious Materialism (DENIS KAISER) …………………………..132
Milller, Ekkehardt. Die Lehre von Gott: Biblischer Bifund zznd Theologische Herauiforderungen
(DARYLL WARD)…………………………………………….. 137

Radano, John  A., ed. Celebrating a Century of Ecumenism Exploring the Achievements if International Dialogue
(DENIS FORTIN)……………………………………………….. 139
VanderKam,James C. The Dead Sea Scrolls and the
Bible  (STEFf-lANE BEAULIEu) ………………………………..142

Trinity Journal Vol 34 No 1

ANDREW SLOANE………3-16
Justice and the Atonement in the Book of Isaiah

ERIC ORTLUND………17-30
The Identity of Leviathan and the Meaning of the Book of Job

NICOLAS FARELLY………31-43
An Unexpected Ally: Nicodemus’s Role within the Plot
of the Fourth Gospel

JEREMY R. TREAT………45-59
Expansive Particularity: Calvin’s Way of Avoiding “Either/Or”
Reductionism and “Both/And” Homogeneity

FRANCIS X. GUMERLOCK………61-74
“I Will Show Wonders in the Heaven Above”: How the Comets
of 1742 and 1743 Influenced the Eschatology of Ephrata,
an Early American Baptist Community

RECENT PH.D. DISSERTATIONS AT TEDS 77-83

BOOK REVIEWS………85-146
(SEE BACK COVER FOR LISTING)

BOOKS RECEIVED………149–151

Journal of Psychology and Christianity Vol 32 No 1

Journeys Toward Spiritual Maturity Among Korean Immigrant Women in Midlife……3
Hyejeong Kim and  Jenny Pak

Religious Commitment and Subjective Well-Being across Christian Traditions …………………………………….20
Andrew  P Tix, Bryan. J. Dik, Myles E.Jolmson, and Michael F. Steger

Addressing Spiritual Dialogue in Supervision: Comparing Supervisor and Supervise Perceptions…………………..  30
Christopher E. Hull, Elisabeth C. Suarez, ]ames N. Sells and Marianne M. Miller

An Empirical Consideration of Grace and Legalism within Christian Experience ………………………………..43
Rodney L. Bassett and  Roberts Wesleyan College Psycbology Researcb Group

Clinician’s Columns:
Mentoring:The View from Both Sides…..70
M. Hlizabetb Lewis Hall and  Lauren E. Maltby

Constructing a Trail up the Mountain of lntradisciplinary Integration…………..75
Everett L. Worthington,  ]r.

EMDR, Sexual Confusion, and God-Image: A Case Study …………….83
Christopher K. Carnine

Professional Opportunities……………………………………… 91