Review & Expositor Vol 110 No 2 Spring 2013

167    First Words … Editorial Introduction
By Graham B. Walker, Jr., John and Judy Zellars Professor of Theology
McAfee School of Theology, Mercer  University,  Atlanta,  Georgia.

17    A Word From …
By J. Alfred  Smith,  Sr.,

183    A Word From a Seminarian
By Israel  Jurich,  M Div

187    A Word About … Women Preachers
By Lydia Hoyle,  Associate  Professor of Church History  and Baptist Heritage, the Divinity  Schoot  Campbell University,  Buies Creek, North  Carolina.

Thematic  Words
191    A Wesleyan Critique of the Leviathan  of Capitalism
By Nathan Napier,   Pastor of Christian Education, First Church of
the Nazarene, Cleveland, Tennessee.

211    Occupy  Theology: Hyperbolic Christianity and  American
Culture
By Joshua  R. Ritter, Instructor of English,  University of Colorado, Colorado Springs,  Colorado

239   The Bonds of Capital  and the Freedom of a Christian
By Daniel  M. Bell, Jr.,  Professor of Theology and  Ethics,  Lutheran
Theological Southern Seminary,  Columbia, South  Carolina

253    An Imagined Community: Abridging an Abyss
By Graham B. Walker, Jr.,  John and  Judy Zellars Professor of Theology McAfee School  of Theology,  Mercer  University,  Atlanta, Georgia

Expository Words
271    Justice or Wormwood: Foundations for Economic Justice in the Old Testament
By David  G. Garber, Jr., Associate Professor of Old Testament  and Hebrew, McAfee  School  of Theology,  Mercer  University Atlanta, Georgia

285    The One Percent and the Gospel  of Luke
By Alan  P. Sherouse, Pastor  of Metro  Baptist  Church in Midtown
Manhattan, New York, New York.

295    Calorie Counting Ministers in a Starving World: Amos 5:14-24
By Brett Younger, Associate  Professor of Preaching, McAfee School of Theology Mercer  University, Atlanta,  Gerogia.

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