First Things No. 236

The Public Square               3 Every Last Detail by R, R. Reno

Letters                      8 Being together, Faithful images, etc.

Opinions                          17 Our Lady of Wheaton by Matthew Milliner

20 How Fares Religious Freedom? by Kyle Duncan

22 China’s New Christians by Jillian Kay Melchior

Essays                            27 The Impossibility of Secular Society
by Remi Brague

33 2013 Supreme Court Roundup
by Michael W. McConnell

41 The Theologian’s Ecclesial Vocation
by Bruce D. Marshall

47 No Happy Harmony
by Elizabeth Corey

Reviews                        53 Recovering Classic Evangelicalism by Gregory Alan                                                        Thornbury
reviewed by Bruce Riley Ashford

56 How Sex Became a Civil Liberty by Leigh Ann Wheeler
reviewed by Amy L. Wax

59 The Undivided Past by David Cannadine
reviewed by Samuel Goldman

62 In the Self’s Place by Jean-Luc Marion
reviewed by John F. Crosby

65 The Great Civilized Conversation
by Wm. Theodore de Bary
reviewed by Robert N. Bellah

While We’re at it                   68 Lost bodegas, Average people, etc.
by David Mills

The Back Page                      72 The True Helen
by David Bentley Hart

Poetry Claudia Gary (p. 16), Brian Doyle (p. 16),
Catherine Chandler (p. 25), Amit Majmudar (p. 26),                                                     Stephen Scaer (p. 26), Kevin McCabe (p. 31),
Carol A. Taylor (p. 39), Catharine Savage
Brosman (p. 40), Dana Gioia (p. 46), Bryce                                                                   Christensen (p. 52)

The Journal of Discipleship & Family Ministry Vol. 3 No. 2

02 RESEARCH BRIEF AND EDITORIAL
Timothy Paul Jones

Featured Articles
08 HOLLY ALLEN WITH CHRISTINE ROSS
Why Churches Tended to Seperate the Generations

16 HOLLY ALLEN WITH CHRISTINE ROSS
The Benefits ofintergenerationality

24 JOSHUA MULVIHILL
A New Way of Life for the Old

36 DAVID MCGEE AND BRYCE HANTLA
A Portrayal of Fathers in Popular Media

48 ANDY NASELU
Training Children for Their Good

Regular Features

66 FAMILY PHYSICIAN: THE POISON OF PORNOGRAPHY
William Cutrer, M.D.

72 JDFM FORUM: EQUIPPING STUDENTS FOR THE WORK OF THE MINISTRY
Bobby Blakey with Derek Brown

78 BOOK REVIEWS
Edited by Lilly Park

86 EQUIPPING THE GENERATIONS
Raymond Johnson, Aaron Williams, Grant Castleberry, Andy Johnson

98 A TRIBUTE TO DR. CUTRER

Creation Research Quarterly Vol. 50 No. 1

The Creation Research Society:
Fifty Years of Service, 1963-2013 …………………….4
Donald B. DeYoung and Kevin L. Anderson

40AR/39AR Calibration against Novarupta:
No Good Reason to Believe in Millions of Years……………….13
David E. Shormann

The Human Hand: Perfectly Designed……………25
Jerry Bergman

Creation and the
Fate of the Universe………………………………………. 32
Danny R. Faulkner and Robert Hill

Bibliotheca Sacra Vol. 170 No. 680

SELF-CONDEMNATION AND SELF-FORGNENESS 387
Part 4 of 4 parts of ”Virtue in Positive Psychology and Practical
Theology”
Everett L. Worthington Jr.

THE MEANING OF “HOLY” IN THE OLD TESTAMENT 400
Peter J. Gentry

THE RAPTURE IN THE APOCALYPSE OF ELIJAH 418
Francis X. Gumerlock

COULD ABIATHAR THE PRIEST BE THE AUTHOR OF JUDGES? 432
Brian N. Peterson

REBELLION AND GOD’S JUDGMENT IN THE BOOK OF JUDE 453
Herbert W. Bateman IV

PERIODICAL REVIEWS 478
Jefferson P. Webster, Editor

BOOK REVIEWS 484
Matthew S. DeMoss, Editor

ANNUAL INDEX 508

Journal for the Study of the New Testament Vol. 36 No. 1

Articles

Suffering in Vain: A Study of the Interpretation of  πAΣXΩ
in Galatians 3.4 3
John Anthony Dunne

Translating the Triumph: Reading Mark’s Crucifixion Narrative
against a Roman Ritual of Power 17
Allan T. Georgia

‘Lord, if you had been here …’ (John 11.21 ): The Absence
of Jesus and Strategies of Consolation in the Fourth Gospel 39
Wendy E.S. North

The Uninvited Healer: Houses, Healing and Prophets in
Matthew 8.1-22 53
Walter T. Wilson

No Bridge over Troubled Water? The Gap between
2 Corinthians 1-9 and I 0-13 Revisited 73
Thomas Schmeller

Rethinking the Ethics of John: A Review Article 85
Craig R. Koester

Journal of Dispensational Theology Vol 17 No. 51

Editorial…………………….105

Peter’s Denials:
Part I: Important Background Considerations……………….107
Max G. Mills

The Terminus Ad Quem of Daniel’s 69th Week:
A Novel Solution…………………………….119
Christopher A. Hughes

The Proverbs 31 Wife:
What Determines Virtue?…………………….143
Marcia Hornok

God’s Sovereign Work:
An Exegetical-Theological Study of Romans 8:28-30…………….161
David Q. Santos

Book Reviews

Bateman IV, Herbert W. Charts on the Book of Hebrews………….183

Cone, Christopher (ed.). An Introduction to the New Covenant…………177

Enns, Peter. The Evolution of Adam………………………..185

Hodges, Zane. Romans: Deliverance from Wrath………………179

Matheny, G.M. Exodus………………………189

Proctor, Bruce A. A Definition and Critique of Postmodernism…………..187

Ramey, Ken. Expository Listening……………………193

Thomas, Gil. Gaining Ground with Good Soil…………………..195

Southeastern Theological Review Vol. 4 No. 1

Articles

Honest to God, a Voice from Heaven? Communicative Theism in Vanhoozer’s Remythologizing Theology…………..53
Fred Sanders

Vanhoozer responds to the four horsemen of an apocalyptic panel discussion on Remythologizing Theology…………67
Kevin J. Vanhoozer

Book Reviews

Rodney Stark. The Triumph of Christianity: How the Jesus Movement Became the World’s Largest Religion
John D. Wilsey

J. Patout Burns (translator and editor). Romans: Interpreted by Early Christian Commentators
Christoph Stenschke

Allen P. Ross. A Commentary on the Psalms. Vol 1 (1-41)…………….88
Robert Cole

Kelly James Clark and Raymond J. VanArragon. Evidence and Religious Belief……………….90
Allen Gebring

C.E. Hill. Who Chose the Gospels? Probing the Great Gospel Conspiracy…………..91
Nathan A. Finn

Robert Kolb. Luther and the Stories of God: Biblical Narratives as a Foundation for Christian Living……………..93
Mark S. Gignilliat

Timothy S. Goeglein. The Man in the Middle: An Inside Account of Faith and Poli-tics in the George W. Bush Era…………..94
Brent J. Aucoin

Goldingay. Key Questions about the Christian Faith: Old Testament Answers……………….96
Kevin Chen

Ronald J. Sider, ed. The Early Church on Killing: A Comprehensive Sourcebook on War, Abortion, and Capital Punishment…………..97
David W. Jones

R. Reed Lessing. Concordia Commentary: Isaiah 40-55………….99
Jason T. LeCureux

Stephen J. Chester, Grant R. Osborne, Mark A. Seifrid, and Chad O. Brand. Perspectives on Our Struggle with Sin: Three Views of Romans 7…………………101
Marc A. Pugliese

James K.A. Smith. The Fall of Interpretation: Philosophical Foundations for a Creational Hermeneutic………….103
Ian Rottenberg

J. Stevenson and W.H.C. Frend. Creeds, Councils, and Controversies: Documents Illustrating the History of the Church, AD 337-461…………….105
Stephen Brett Eccher

Kevin Hector. Theology Without Metaphysics: God, Language and the Spirit of Recog-nition…………..106
Mark Bowald

Dave Earley. Pastoral Leadership Is…How to Shepherd God’s People with Passion and Confidence………………108
Tony Merida

Victor P. Hamilton. Exodus: An Exegetical Commentary………………110
Randall L. McKinion

Review and Expositor Vol. 110 No. 3

First Words

337 A Word From … The Managing Editor
By Mark E. Biddle, Russell T. Cherry Professor of Old Testament, Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond, Richmond, Virginia, and Managing Editor of Review & Expositor.

339 First Words … Editorial Introduction
By Peter Rhea Jones, J. Truett Gannon Professor of Preaching and New Testament, McAfee School of Theology of Mercer University, Atlanta, Georgia.

343 A Word From …
By J. Alfred Smith, Sr., Pastor Emeritus of Allen Temple Baptist Church, Oakland, California, and Professor of Preaching and Church Ministries, American Baptist Seminary of the West, Berkeley, California, and past president of the American Baptist Churches of the West and the Progressive National Baptist Convention.

353 A Word From a Seminarian
By Lacy Kendrick is an MTS student at the Baptist Theological
Seminary at Richmond, Richmond, Virginia.

355 A Word About … Life!
By Nancy L DeClaisse-Walford, Carolyn Ward Professor of Old Testament and Biblical Languages, McAfee School of Theology of Mercer University, Atlanta, Georgia, and former Managing Editor and current member of the Editorial Board of Review & Expositor.

Thematic Words

361 Learning to Preach in Varied Pastoral Settings
By Peter Rhea Jones, J. Truett Gannon Professor of Preaching and
New Testament, McAfee School of Theology of Mercer University,
Atlanta, Georgia.

375 Learning to Preach in a New Pastorate
By Tripp Martin, Pastor, Vineville Baptist Church, Macon, Georgia.

395 How Shall They Hear Without a Preacher
By William L. Self, Pastor Emeritus, John’s Creek Baptist Church, John’s Creek, Georgia.

413 Learning to Preach in the Hebraic Voice
By Mark Fulton Williams, Senior Pastor, Lebanon United Methodist
Church in Columbia, South Carolina.

429 Preaching More Liberally
By Brett Younger, Associate Professor of Preaching, McAfee School of Theology of Mercer University, Atlanta, Georgia.

439 Learning How to Preach in a Co-Pastorate with Two Locations: The Science of Effective Communication
By Joseph L. Williams, Pastor, Salem Bible Church, Atlanta, Georgia.

451 Learning to Preach Intentionally Towards the Mission of the
Local Church
By Michael Oliver, Senior Pastor, Trinity Baptist Church, Madison, Alabama.

473 Learning to Preach: A Pilgrimage
By Dorisanne Cooper, Pastor, Lake Shore Baptist Church, Waco, Texas.

485 Lessons Learned in an Urban Context: “When the Student is Ready, the Teacher will Appear”
By Benjamin U. Barnett, Senior Pastor, Atlanta Metropolitan Christian Church, Atlanta, Georgia.

Words About Recent Books

505 Edited by Robert R. Ellis, Associate Dean and Phillips Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament, Logsdon School of Theology, Hardin­ Simmons University, Abilene, Texas and a member of the Editorial
Board of Review & Expositor.

Indexes

521 Books Received
Books Reviewed

Social Education Vol. 77 No. 4

168
Sources and Strategies
Piquing Student Curiosity with Title Pages from Works by Hobbes, Locke, and Rousseau
LEE ANN POTTER
The title pages of three books from the Enlightenment provide excellent points of entry for student research into the origins of ideas in the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights.

174
Teaching with Documents
A. Philip Randolph’s Attempt at Equal Economic Opportunity: A Case Study
JOEL WALKER
The two featured documents from the 1940s offer insight into the African American struggle for economic opportunity in the South and can help teach about the greater civil rights movement.

180
Looking at the Law
The Rosenberg Trial-Uncovering the Layers of History
BRUCE A. RAGSDALE
Newly available online documents about the trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg offer students a unique opportunity to investigate, analyze, and craft their own narratives about this high profile Cold War espionage case.

185
“Under God” and the Pledge of Allegiance: Examining a 1954 Sermon and Its Meaning
ERIC c. GROCE, TINA HEAFNER, AND ELIZABETH BELLOWS
A lesson exploring the Pledge of Allegiance, its history and the addition of the phrase
“under God,” can serve as a jumping off point into major themes of U.S. history and First
Amendment freedoms.

192
Teaching America’s Past to our Newest Americans: Immigrant Students and United States History KERRY A. DUNNE AND CHRISTOPHER C. MARTELL
Studying American history is a struggle for even the most diligent, high-achieving
immigrant student. The strategies outlined here will make U.S. history more accessible for
English language learners.

196
Research and Practice
The Unfortunate Consequences of Bloom’s Taxonomy
ROLAND CASE

201
The Makah Whale Hunt: A Social Studies Symposium in the Classroom
MATTHEW BORNSTEIN-GROVE AND FRED L. HAMEL
The use of mock symposiums in the classroom immerses students in authentic historical thinking.

206
Using Conceptual Tensions and Supreme Court Cases
to Increase Critical Thinking in Government and Civics Classrooms
AYO MAGWOOD AND KRISTA FANTIN FERRARO
Students can investigate public policies in a complex and rigorous manner by examining tensions such as individual rights versus the common good.
211
Surfing the Net
Teaching about Terrorism Using the Internet
c. FREDERICK RISINGER
These websites offer information, strategies, and lessons for teaching about terrorism.

213
Point of View
Thinking Civically
JACK SCHNEIDER AND MICHAEL FUERSTEIN
Civics education must go beyond formal instruction in government, law, and democracy, and engage students in critical thinking and empathy.

215
Teaching Civics in a Time of Partisan Polarization
PETER LEVINE AND KEI KAWASHIMA-GINSBERG
The best long-term solution to gridlock in Washington may be to teach students to talk to people who disagree with them, form reasonable views, and act together constructively.

218
Q and A about the College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework for
Social Studies State Standards
MICHELLE HERCZOG
The C3 Framework enhances the rigor of social studies, builds the necessary skills for students to become engaged citizens, and aligns academic programs to the Common Core.

220
The Development of the C3 Framework
An Interview with Susan Griffin
The C3 Framework can revamp state social studies standards that have been stuck in an outdated model.

222
The Importance of the C3 Framework
An Interview with Kathy Swan
The C3 Framework anchors social studies in the process of inquiry while ensuring that social studies classrooms provide an emphasis on civic action.

YouthWorker Journal Vol. 30 No. 1

8 Youth Culture Update
The latest news on social issues, educational trends and how your students are experiencing today’s world.
By Paul Asay

12 Culture Watch
Thirteen…lO Years Later
By Walt Mueller

14 Middle School Ministry
The False Positive of My Small
Group’s Success
By Mark Oestreicher

16 Youth Culture Lesson
Youth Culture Lesson: Grace Unplugged
By Paul Asay

18 World View
Sharing the Gospel One Brother at a Time
By Tess Rivers

20 Managing Your Ministry
Managing the Unexpected
By Syler Thomas

22 10 Minutes in God’s Word
Discipleship Wow!
By Barry Shafer

24 The YouthWorker Journal Roundtable on Student Leadership
Jenni Catron, Tim Elmore, Efrain Figueroa and Keivan Tehrani discuss what it means to develop student leaders.
By Jennifer Bradbury

27 YWJ Exclusive Interview with Jon Acuff
Our one-on-one interview with popular author and speaker Jon Acuff on Start: Punch Fear in the Face and youth leadership.
By Tony Myles

30 Leading the Next Generation
The Catalyst president talks about this generation of student leaders in light of technology, religion and social issues.
By Brad Lomenick

32 If We Survive
This popular author’s works of fiction provide dramatic portrayals of what it means to be true leaders.
By Andrew Klavan

34 The Cost of Faithfulness
By Paul Coty III

36 Student Leaders at Christian Camp
Many of today’s business, ministry and community leaders got their first experience of leadership while at camp.
By Gregg Hunter

38 The Transformative Power of Leadership How leadership opportunities can-and do-help students mature.
By Jennifer Bradbury

YWJ Non-Theme Feature:
40 Chris Wheeler and the Girls of Grace Often the only guy to
be involved with these conferences, this speaker encourages girls to “wait for steak.”
By Lindsay Williams

42 TOOLS
Grace Unplugged will hit theaters Oct. 4.
Tony Myles talks to A.J. Michalka and James Benton about the film. This issue you’ll find books on leadership written by and for leaders.

47 Stirring It Up
Eschatological Hope in the Lunchroom
By Steve Argue