Concordia Theological Quarterly Vol. 77, No. 3-4 – July/October 2013

The Value of Children according to the Gospels
Charles A. Gieschen …………………………………………………………………… 195

Abortion, Incarnation, and the Place of Children in the Church: All One Cloth
David P. Scaer …………………………………………………………………………… 213

Lutheran Support for the Pro-Life Movement: A Case of Faith without Works?
Peter J. Scaer ……………………………………………………………………………. 229

Marriage and So-Called Civil Unions in Light of Natural Law
Gifford A. Grobien ………………………………………………………………………. 257

Man Reconstructed: Humanity beyond Biology
Brent Waters……………………………………………………………………………… 271

The ELCA-Quo Vadis?
Mark D. Menacher ………………………………………………………………………. 287

Suffering as a Mark of the Church in Martin Luther’s Exegesis of 1Peter
Kenneth J. Woo …………………………………………………………………………. 307

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Baptist Quarterly Vol. 45, No. 5 – January 2014

258 EDITORIAL

260 THE WRITINGS OF DAVID CROSLEY AND BAPTIST IDENTITY IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY by Anne Dunan-Page

284 ‘RECRUITING FOR JESUS’: Thomas Cook as a Village Missionary by Alan Betteridge

301 REMINISCENCES OF A BD FINALIST-LONDON 1954 by Ronald E. Clements

 

REVIEWS:

259, 310

Ian Randall, Stuart Murray-Williams, John Briggs, Ernest Lucas, Peter Shepherd, Peter Morden, Brian Talbot

 

SOCIETY NOTES:

257, 300, 309, back cover

Christian Scholar’s Review Vol. 43, No. 2 – 2014

107 CHARLES J. MILLER CHRISTIAN SCHOLAR’S AWARD

ARTICLES:

109 HENRY H. KIM, How the Model Minority Thesis Became a Transcendent Meaning

131 KEVIN D. MILLER, Reframing the Faith-Learning Relationship: Bonhoeffer and an Incarnational Alternative to the Integration Model

139 STEPHEN MoRONEY, Where Faith and Learning Intersect: Re-Mapping the Contemporary Terrain

157 KEITH D. WYMA, When and How Should We Respond to Unjust Laws?
[A Thomistic Analysis of Civil Disobedience]

REVIEW ESSAY

171 ERic MILLER, Every Good and Perfect Gift: Sport and Society in the Twenty-first Century

REVIEWS

187 JAMES K. A. SMITH, Imagining the Kingdom: How Worship Works
Reviewed by Tawa J. Anderson

191 MICHAEL J. DODDS, Unlocking Divine Action: Contemporary Science and Thomas Aquinas
Reviewed by Thomas Jay Oord

195 JoHN FEEHAN, The Singing Heart of the World: Creation, Evolution, and Faith
Reviewed by Michael Buratovich

197 CYNTHIA CRYSDAEL AND NEIL ORMEROD, Creator God, Evolving World
Reviewed by Brian Glenney

199 VERN SHERIDAN POYTHRESS, Logic: A God-Centered Approach to the Foundation of Western Thought
Reviewed by James E. Bruce

202 CARY BALZER AND ROD REED,EDS., Building a Culture of Faith: University-Wide Partnerships for Spiritual Formation
Reviewed by Timothy J. Peck

205 DAVID McKENNA, Christ Centered Higher Education: Memory, Meaning, and Momentum for the Twenty-First Century
Reviewed by Kimberly Carmichael Thornbury

207 W. H. AUDEN, For the Time Being: A Christmas Oratorio
Reviewed by Thomas Trzyna

Counseling Today Vol. 55, No. 8 – February 2014

Cover Story:

Quieting the inner critic By Laurie Meyers

[Low self-esteem informs the internal dialogue of many counseling clients and negatively influences how they view their relationships, their abilities, their achievements and, ultimately, themselves.]

 

Features:

A game plan for life By Clare Lochary

[Performance is often the primary gateway to mental health treatment for athletes, but sports counselors take a holistic approach to help these clients maximize their potential-both on the field of play and off.]

 

Knowledge Share:

Addressing clients’ prejudices in counseling By Bailey P. Macleod

[Counselors are taught to value the tenets of multicultural awareness and social justice, so how do they respond therapeutically when clients who hold power and privilege in society express biases and prejudices in session?]

 

Reader Viewpoint:

Embedding in the culture of an organization By Burt Bertram

[Physician Support Services has demonstrated the feasibility and value of going beyond the typical employee assistance program model to weave mental health professionals into the cultural fabric of a high-stress working environment.]

 

Columns:

12 Deconstructing the DSM-5

17 Risk Management for Counselors

18 Recent Book Releases

22 Through a Glass Darkly

26 Counselor Career Stories: Glenn Kelly Taylor

28 Technology Tutor

30 Private Practice Strategies

34 The Digital Psyway

 

Need to Know:

5 From the President

7 CEO’s Message

8 Letters to the Editor

10 Washington Update

25 CTLearning Test

61 In Memoriam: Robert J. Nejedlo, David J. Powell

64 CACREP Perspective

66 Division, Region & Branch News

68 Bulletin Board

Christian School Educators (CSE) Vol. 17, No. 2 – Winter 2013

6       Citizen Education and the Christian School
By Kevin R. den Dulk
14     Student Recruitment and Retention
By Shari Martin
18     Interview with Dr. Harro Van Brummelen By Kim Franklin

22     Can Love and Accountability Coexist in the Leader’s Office?
By Stephen P. Dill
24     The Library as a Laboratory for Life
By Shannon Bomar
28     English Language Learners in Christian Schools By Jan Edwards Dormer

34     Parent Involvement in Our Schools By Gary B. Arnold
39     A Day of Education Without Communication of God
By Robin Eckel
40     Moving Beyond “Can You Tie My Shoes?” – Meaningful Adult Involvement in Children’s Lives By Cathy Neimetz

42     Being Thankful as a Christian School Educator Even in the Tough Times
By David Michaux

World Vol.29, No.1 – February 2014

COVER STORY

34     Africa’s Hinge:

[Four out of five residents of fast-growing, 37- million-strong Uganda identify with Christianity. Most Ugandans glowingly welcome evangelical visitors and side with Christian conservatives on many social issues. But beneath the surface, Uganda faces enormous challenges.]
FEATURES

40     Long search, short tenure:

[A key Christian college group quickly fires a president and tries to regain its footing.]

44     Saving Seth:
[An Arizona family’s struggle with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.]

50     Brother vs. brother
[As political and tribal conflict splits South Sudan, church leaders hopeto be peacemakers]

54     Single but not solitary:
[These unmarried Christians face disappointments but find with Christ they are not alone.]
DISPATCHES

5       News

16     Quotables

18     Quick Takes

 

REVIEWS

23     Movies & TV

26     Books

28     Q&A

30     Music

 

NOTEBOOK

59     Lifestyle

61     Technology

62     Science

63     Houses of God

64     Sports

65     Religion

 

VOICES

3     JoelBelz

20     Janie B. Cheaney

32     Mindy Belz

67     Mailbag

71     Andree Seu Peterson

72     Marvin Olasky

Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal Vol. 18 – Winter 2013

3     Why a Commitment to Inerrancy Does Not Demand a Strictly 6000-Year-Old Earth: One Young Earther’s Plea for Realism by Mark A. Snoeberger

 

19     Paul, the Law, and Dispensationalism by William W Combs

 

41 The Debate over the Ordo Salutis in American Reformed Theology

By Timothy Miller

 

67 Evangelicalism, Inerrancy, and Current OT Scholarship

By Todd S. Beall

 

83 Ecclesiastes: A Review Article by Robert V McCabe

 

89 Book Reviews