Creation Vol. 35 No. 4

Feedback………………………….4

Editorial: The illogic of anti-creationism
Jonathan Sarfati…………………..6

Focus-creation news and views……….7

Katydid’s amazing ear design
Jonathan Sarfati…………………..12

Answering fools’ folly
David Catchpoole…………………..14

Blinded by evolutionary brainwashing
Warren Nunn and David Catchpoole
chat with PhD biochemist
Dr Ainsley Chalmers………………..16

Traffic clips wings
David Catchpoole…………………..19

‘The dingo’s got my baby!’
Carl Wieland chats with
Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton…………21

Creation for Kids-seven ‘C’s’ of Gospel
History #4 Confusion
Russell Grigg……………………..24

The American Badger
Jacob Howard………………………28

Badgers on the Ark
David Catchpoole…………………..31

Faith can move mountains
David Catchpoole…………………..32

Lying (and more)-as a survival strategy
Philip Bell……………………….35

Baleen whales have unique sensory organ
Jonathan Sarfati…………………..38

No evidence for evolution and deep time
Dominic Statham……………………40

Eve created from Adam’s rib
Russell Grigg……………………..42

The pelican spider
Len de Beer……………………….45

Are the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets old?
Michael J. Oard……………………46

Sunstones and Viking magic
Philip Bell……………………….50

Tourist signs-Chapman’s Peak drive, Cape Town, South Africa
Tas Walker………………………..52

The violent volcanoes of lo
David F. Coppedge………………….54

Ancient Egypt confirms: Genesis is history
Carl Wieland………………………56

 

World Vol. 28 No. 19

34 Birmingham+50
Relations between blacks and whites have improved in what was once a hotbed of racist violence, but a lot of work remains

40 Against the tide
E.W. Jackson gained his values from his father. His race for statewide office will test whether those values can still win elections

44 Listening and leading
Christopher and Mary Anne Yep fight the contraceptive mandate and make female employees happy

48 Help on wheels
2013 Hope Award: Beltline gives kids a chance to earn a bike and learn a work ethic
farm and home: women on their way to drug rehab can begin the healing process at Solus Christus

Christian Research Journal Vol. 36 no. 4

10 Facing the Islamic Challenge: Field-Tested Responses to Five Common Muslim Objections
by David Wood

18 The Originai “Fight Club”: Understanding the Philosophy of Karl Marx
by C. Wayne Mayhall

24 The Great Debate about English Bible Versions: A Call for Realism and Civility
by Dave Brunn

32 I Love, Therefore, I Am: To The Wonder as Existential Apologetic
by John McAteer

38 Preparing for the Apocalypse: A Look at the Rise of Doomsday Preppers
by Robert Velarde

42 The Folly of Answering Distracting Atheistic Arguments
by Clav Jones and Joseph E. Gorra

48 Thoughts on Jason Collins, Homosexuality, and Athletics
by Joe Dallas

 

The Expository Times Vol. 125 no. 1

Angus Paddison and Karen Wenell, Editorial 1

Chris Baker, Current Themes and Challenges in Urban Theology 3

Chris Shannahan, The Canaanite Woman and Urban Liberation Theology 13

Margaret Jones, Postsecular prospects: A view from ministry 22

Anthony Harvey, Concluding Comment: Theology of the City, or Theology from the City? 26

Book of the Month
John Riches 30
Urban Prayers: Neue religiose Bewegungen in der globalen Stadt
J. Becker et al ( eds)

Theological Education Vol 47 No 2

ISSUE FOCUS
Christian Hospitality  and Pastoral Practices in a Multifaith  Society-Reports and Reflections

Taking Interfaith Off the Hill: Revelation in the Abrahamic Traditions . . . . . . . 1
Gregory Mobley

The Pastoral Practice of Christian Hospitality as Presence
in Muslim-Christian Engagement: Contextualizing the Classroom……….  7
Mary Hess

Raising Awareness  of Christian Hospitality and Pastoral Practices:
Equipping Ourselves  for a Multifaith World   ………………… 13
Barbara Sutton

Christian  Hospitality in a World of Many Faiths: Equipping the New
Generation of Religious Leaders-in a Multifaith Context   ………….. 21
Eleazar S. Fernandez

Caring Hospitably in Multifaith Situations  . . . . . . . .27
Daniel S. Schipani

Interfaith Perspectives on Religious Practices  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  35
Timothy H. Robinson and Nancy Ramsay

Putting into Practice an Intercultural Approach  to Spiritual Care
with Veterans  …………………………………. 39
Carrie Doehring and Kelly Arora

Table Fellowship with Our Buddhist  Neighbors
for Beloved Community . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  . .  49
Paul Louis Metzger

Developing a Cultural  Competency Module  to Facilitate Christian
Hospitality and Promote Pastoral Practices in a Multifaith Society   . . . . . . . .  57
Paul De Neui and Deborah Penny

OPEN FORUM
Continuing the Conversation: Pedagogic Principles for Multifaith Education  . .  61
Rabbi Or N. Rose

Christian Hospitality and Muslims  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  67
Amir Hussain

Muslim Studies in a Christian Theological  School:
The Muslim Studies  Program at Emmanuel College in Toronto   . . . . . . . . . .  77
Mark G. Toulouse

JSOT Vol 38 No 1

CONTENTS

3-14 PHILIP Y. Yoo
Why  Does Joseph  Wash his Face?

15-33 BRUCE HERZBERG
Deborah and Moses

35-58 JOSEPH BLENKINSOPP
Another Contribution to the Succession  Narrative Debate
(2 Samuel 11-20;  1 Kings 1-2)

59-79 ZOLTAN SCHWAll
The  Sayings Clusters in Proverbs: Towards an Associative Reading Strategy

81-108 GAVIN Cox
The  ‘Hymn’ of Amos:
An Ancient  Flood  Narrative

109-124 NICHOLAS R. WERSE
Obadiah’s ‘Day of the Lord’: A Semiotic  Reading

Great Commission Research Journal Vol 5 No 1

3    Introduction ………………………………… Alan McMahan
8    Finding the Way Forward:
George Gill Hunter   ……..Ronald K. Crandall
19    Church Growth Missiologist and Defender of the Faith:
George G. Hunter  ……………………….R. Daniel Reeves
27    Reaching Secular Peoples:
A Review of the Books of George G. Hunter, Ill     ………………. Gary L. Mcintosh
40    Resurrecting the Celtic Model of Evangelism for the 21″ Century:
George G. Hunter, Ill ………………………………. James R. Farrer
52    A Holistic Good News:
Missional, Effective Evangelism and Lessons Learned While Traveling
in the Hoof Prints of Wesley ……………………………. Bob Whitesel
66    The North American Church Journey: Lessons We Are Learning …………………………. Daryl K. Thompson
73    Evangelism or Disciple-Making?  ……………………. Charles Am
83    The Gathering of the Saints: Noun or Verb? ……..Kenneth E. Priddy
99    The Profile of Asian-American Pastors …………….. Jonathan H. Kim
117    Behaving Beyond Your Barriers…………………….. Melissa Pratt

Book reviews
126    The Celtic Way of Evangelism: How Christianity Won the West Again by George G. Hunter, III …….. Reviewed by Allan Karr
129    The Recovery of a Contagious  Methodist Movement
by George G. Hunter, III …………………… Reviewed hy Randy  Wii/Lv
131     The Churching of America 1776-2005: Winners and
Losers in Our Religious Economy
by Roger Finke and Rodney Stark………………………. Reviewed by Charles Salmon
135     The Explicit Gospel by Matt Chandler ………. Reviewed by Jeremy McGarity
139    UnChristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks
About Christianity … and Why It Matters by David Kinnaman ……………………. Reviewed by Matthew Costner
142     The Shaping of Things to Come: Innovation and
Mission for the 21” Century Church by Michael Frost
and Alan Hirsch ………………………….. Reviewed by Jihoon Lee
145     Being the Church in a Multi-Ethnic Community:
Why It Matters and How It Works by Gary L. Mcintosh
and Alan McMahan …………………….. Reviewed by Jeffrey Medina

Christian Counseling Today Vol 20 No 2

11 Light it Up Blue: Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorders by Eric Scalise and Stephanie Holmes.
Autism is a label feated by parents, a challenge for educators and counselors, and frequently misunderstood by the general public. Eric Scalise and Stephanie Holmes examine the history of the disorder, etiology and current prevalence rates, signs and symptoms, changes made in the DSM-5, and broad­ based treatment needs.

18 Sit Still and Pay Attention: Children with ADHD by Linda Mintle.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder affects approximately 4.5 million children and adolescents today; but is still being researched due to the tendency to over-diagnose and/or misdiagnose the condition. Linda Mintle explains the nuances of balanced assessment, as well as the use of medication, diet and psychological treatments.

25 Stigmatized Kids: Learning and Intellectual Disabilities by Carrie  Fancett  Pagels.
Intellectual disabilities such as Down Syndrome,  as well as learning disabilities, often create numerous challenges for children, patents, educators and caregivers. Carrie Pagels examines the need for a comprehensive psychoeducational evaluation, the various testing components, and the development of appropriate services.

30  Acting Out or a Ticking Time Bomb? by Steve Warren.
Aggression, disruptive behavior disorders and violence are ongoing concerns for patents, schools and treatment professionals. Steve Watren outlines how a thorough evaluation is essential for providing targeted interventions for ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder, as well as in the prediction of future behavior.

46  A Brief Guide to Evidence-based Practice for Children and Adolescents by Gary Sibcy.
Selecting the right assessment instruments for a particular disorder  is a critical part of the overall treatment process. Gary Sibcy describes different psychological tests and scales that can be utilized with specific childhood disorders. From there, proven evidence-based protocols provide a helpful road map for a best-practices orientation.

50  Psychiatric Medication for Children and Adolescents by Edward  John Kuhnley. Nearly  20% of minors aged three to 17 suffer from a mental illness
in this country. As such, medication evaluation and management are critical treatment considerations. Child and adolescent psychiatrist, John Kuhnley, addresses important psychotropic factors that impact a number of common diagnoses.

54  The Therapeutic Powers of Play: Promoting Healing and Resilience in Children by Josephine  Olson.
It has often been said that play is the work of children. Josephine Olson explains the value of incorporating  play therapy as an effective treatment approach for a variety of childhood disorders. Positive implications include relationship enhancement, emotion regulation, and growth in coping and social skills.

37  Learning Disorder or Learning Style?
A Timeless Perspective by Cynthia Ulrich Tobias.
Every child has unique characteristics regarding how they learn in and from the world around them. Some are more auditory in their orientation, some more visual, and some kinesthetic. Cynthia Tobias shares the key roles of awareness and understanding in treating learning disorders with this population,  as well as the core need for acceptance.

40 Reactive Attachment Disorder and Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder
by Joshua Straub. Secure attachments are critical for children and adolescents as they mature into adulthood. Joshua Straub explores the etiology and symptoms of Reactive Attachment Disorder and its companion, Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder. Interventions and treatment protocols are discussed in light of the newly released DSM-5.

44  Elimination Disorders in Childhood by Trina Young Greer.
Enuresis and encopresis can be distressing and shame-based disorders that result in high anxiety for children and their parents. Child psychologist, Trina Young Greer, shares how counselors can help facilitate successful treatment, while playing an important role in educating parents and identifying root causes.

Touchstone Vol 26 No 5

EDITORIALS

3  American Idolatry Meditations on Same-Sex Marriage by ALLAN CARLSON
4  Good  News or Dead  End?
Genuine Seekers & Holy Irrelevance by S. M. HUTCHENS

FEATURES

22  The Rest of Creation Reflections on the Sabbath in Time & Eternity
by STANLEY E. ANDERSON

28  More  than Schooling
The Perils of Pragmatism in Christian
Attitudes Toward the Liberal Arts
by ROBIN PHILLIPS

34 The Augustinian Luther
A Pilgrimage in Search of the Reformer)s
Spiritual Director
by WILLIAM R. HAMPTON
Johannes von Staupitz
>>A Lutheran Side Trip<<

COLUMNS & VIEWS
10  THE  LEADING EDGE Darwin’s Doubt Still Mine by PHILLIP E. JOHNSON

11 CONTOURS OF CULTURE Communicable Dis-ease by KEN MYERS

13 MORTAL REMAINS
What the Bishop  Didn’t Say
by S.M. HUTCHENS

15 Lest Ye Forget the Covenant
MARK R. ELLIOTT asks What Happened to the Ten Commandments?
by ROBIN PHILLIPS

17 Hagia Sophia
DONALD T. WILLIAMS on the Holy Wisdom at the Roots of Philosophy

19 Christian Schools & Racial Realities
HUNTER  BAKER on Desegregation & the Rise of Christian Education in the South

44   ILLUMINATIONS
The Lord of the Harvest
by ANTHONY ESOLEN

46     A THOUSAND WORDS
Raffaello Sanzio’s The Sistine Madonna
by MARY ELIZABETH PODLES

48   As IT Is WRITTEN…
Peter, Apostle
by PATRICK HENRY REARDON

40     BOOK REVIEWS
God Save the Queen
A People of One Book: The Bible
and the Victorians by Timothy Larson
reviewed by Louis Markos

41     Rediscovering Our  Roots
The Theology of Pope Benedict XVI:
The Christocentric Shift by Emery de Gaal
reviewed by Thomas A. Baima

42     Readable  & Repeatable
The Collected Works of G. K. Chesterton
Vol. 36: The Illustrated London News, 1932-1934
reviewed by John C. “Chuck” Chalberg

The Bible Translator Vol 64 No 2

Contents
From the Editor        117

Manuscripts,Textual Variants, and Bible Translators      18
Simon Crisp

When  Nonsense  Makes Sense: Scribal Habits in the Space-intervals,
Sense-pauses, and Other Visual Features in IP46        128
Edgar Battad  Ebojo

Israelite or  Universal Horizon: Zephaniah  3.8-1 0 in the Hebrew
and Greek  Bibles    151
Adrian Schenker

The Layout of the Song of Moses (Deut  32) in Masoretic
Manuscripts and Biblia Hebraica Quinta     159
Sarah  Lind

Celebrating 400 Years of Ruyl’s Malay Translation of
Matthew’s Gospel     173
Daud Soesi/o

The Impact of the KJV in Caribbean  Bible Translation
Work: An Exploratory  Introduction     185
Marlon Winedt

The King James New Testament: How a Translation Determined
Christian Thought on Marriage and Celibacy for Nearly Four
Hundred Years    204
Roger   L. Omanson

Published Writings of Roger L. Omanson    217

List of UBS Publications    222