YouthWorker Journal Winter 2013

10     Youth Culture Update By PaulAsay

16     Culture Watch Countering the Need for Speed
By Walt Mueller

20     Worldview One Notebook
By OneLife Matters

23     Managing Your Ministry: Managing Exits
By Syler Thomas

23     Conversations: The Wisdom of Slow
By Mark Matlock

24     10 Minutes in God’s Word: The Discipline of Nostalgic Balance
By Barry Shafer

25     The YouthWorker Journal Roundtable on Slow
By Jennifer Bradbury

30     An Invitation to The Slow Club By Mark Yaconelli

34     Care of the Soul: A Conversation Between Brennan Manning and Mike Yaconelli

38     What Is Contemplation By Fr. Thomas Merton

40     Students in the Abbey
By Chance Perdue

42     Sacred Pauses
By Lilly Lewin

44     Slow. Enough to Hear
By Mike Park

46     TOOLS
You Found Me, Gimme Shelter, Alar Ego (Craig Groeschel), and resources designed to help you and your students develop spiritual introspection.

50     Stirring It Up: Slow Thyself
By Rachel Blom

World Vol. 29.1 Winter 2013

16     News of the Year

42     Timeline

60     Departures

72     Going Public
(When the American Bible Society fired Doug Birdsall, years of troubles suddenly
came into the public spotlight. Will this great American Institution thrive again?)

DISPATCHES

9     News

12     Movies

VOICES

6     Joel Belz

14     Janie B. Cheaney

76     Mindy Belz

79     Mailbag

83     Andree Seu Peterson

84     MarviOla,Sky

The Reading Teacher Vol. 67.4 Winter 2013

249 The Inside Track: Picturebooks and Emotional Literacy
by Maria Nikolajeva

255 The Tough Part: Getting First Graders Engaged in Reading
by Jabari Mahiri and Helen Maniates

264 From the Start: The effective REading Teacher: Meeting First-Year Challenges in Reading Instruction
by Chase Young and Katie Stover

273 Assessing Motivation to Read: The Motivation to Read Profile-Revised
by Jacquelynn A. Malloy, Barbara A. Marinak, Linda B. Gambrell, Susan A. Mazzoni

283 View From the Chalkboard: Life’s Lessons Learned as a Reader
by Richard Robinson

285 Teaching Tip: Yarning Circles in the Literacy Classroom
by Kathy A. Mills, Naomi Sunderland, John Davis-Warra

290 Literacy Learning Through Team Coaching
by Sara Miller, Angela Stewart

299 Integrating Children’s Literature: Close Readings and Children’s Literature
by Frank Serafini

302 Realizing the Promise of Open-Ended Questions
by Barbara A. Wasik, Annemarie H. Hindman

312 Toolbox: Poetic Fluency
Adapted from ReadWriteThink lesson plan “Poetry: A Feast to Form Fluent Readers” by Sheila K. Seitz

Psychology Today Vol. 47, No. 1 Winter 2013

3 Editor’s Note

4 Contributors

6 Letters

9-25 Insights

26 Person of Interest: Martin Luther King

(Lesser-known aspects of MLK’s personality – like depression – may have been key to the civil rights champion’s greatness)

28 2-Minute Memoir: A therapist battles fro her health – and her sense of self.

32 Unconventional Wisdom: Love minus physical attraction; guilt after a break-up.
34 One Big Change: Five warning signs that your loved one is suffering an addiction.

36 Outside In: The obstacles attractive femail leaders face on their way to the top.

42 Nature’s Bounty: Nutrition starts with the soil food is grown in, and there’s cause for concern.

44 Secrets and Lies: What happens when we hide the truth?

47 Blogger Spotlight: Psychiatry opts for all-or-nothing. But sometimes a disorder is just a trait.

54 Love and Power: Power is the medium of all relationships.

62 Supertaskers: What is the trick to being “uber-productive?”

70 Animal Minds: Humans aren’t the only species with personality.

Southwestern Journal of Theology: Biblical Theology. Past, Present, and Future (Vol. 2). Vol. 56.1 Winter 2013

EDITORIAL………. 1

BY TERRY L. WILDER

THE PRESENT AND FUTURE OF BIBLICAL THEOLOGY…… 3
BY ANDREAS J. KOSTENBERGER

THE FREEDOM OF GOD AND THE HOPE OF ISRAEL: THEOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION OF ROMANS 9………… 25
BY JOHN W. TAYLOR

PHOEBE, THE LETTER-CARRIER OF ROMANS, AND THE IMPACT
OF HER ROLE ON BIBLICAL THEOLOGY………………… 43
BY TERRY L.WILDER

JESUS CHRIST, THE GOOD TO GREAT SHEPHERD ……………. 53
BY STEVEN W. SMITH

OBSERVATIONS ON THE HISTORICAL RELIABILITY OF THE OLD TESTAMENT … 65
BY HELMUT PEHLKE

BOOK REVIEWS….. 87

ABSTRACTS OF RECENT DISSERTATIONS AT SOUTHWESTERN….. 137

Modern Reformation: Holy War? Vol.23, No.1 Winter 2013

4     LETTER FROM THE EDITOR BY RYAN GLOMSRUD

5     INTERVIEW: Is God a Moral Monster?  Q&A WITH PAUL COPAN

 

12    CHRIST & CULTURE:

The Church Meets the Humpty Dumpty Zoning Ordinance

BY C.R. WILEY AND DAVID STOCKER

 

16    THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD:

THE NEW TESTAMENT
Part I: A Mother’s Gift BY ZACH KEELE

 

43    BOOK REVIEWS:

N.T. WRIGHT, STEPHEN T. UM AND JUSTIN BUZZARD, AND ROD DREHER

 

50     GEEK SQUAD:

Christendom BY RYAN GLOMSRUD

 

52     BACK PAGE:

Divide and Conquer BY IAIN M. DUGUID

First Things No. 240, Winter 2013

The Public Square

3     Francis and the Market by R. R. Reno

Letters

8     Jesus in Islam, Limited government, etc.
Opinions

19     Loving and Staying in Goma by Armin Rosen

21     Living Offering by Matthew Milliner

23     The Christian Theologian of Zion by Jonathan Yudelman
Essays

27     Alone in the New America by David and Amber Lapp

33     Bloodless Moralism by Helen Rittelmeyer

41     The Accidental Protestant by Eduardo Echeverria

47     Looking for God in All the Wrong Places by Stephen Meredith
Reviews

53     A Prayer Journal by Flannery O’Connor reviewed by Ralph C. Wood

55     Metamorphoses of the City by Pierre Manent reviewed by Timothy Fuller

57     Bleeding Edge by Thomas Pynchon reviewed by Cassandra Nelson

59     Religion Without God by Ronald Dworkin reviewed by Robert T. Miller

61     Jacob Arminius by Keith D. Stanglin and Thomas H. McCall reviewed by Bradley G. Green

63     Briefly Noted
While We’re At It

65     Picture Bibles, The music business, etc. by David Mills
The Back Page

72     A Phantom’s Visit (C.B.) by David Bentley Hart
Poetry

Brian Doyle (p. 18)

Mark Amorose (p. 25)

John Whitworth (p. 26)

Amit Majmudar (p. 26)

A. M. Juster (p. 39)

Midge Goldberg (p. 40)

Alfred Nicol (p. 46)

Biblical Archaeology Review Vol. 40, No. 1 Winter 2013

6       First Person: Why Did Judas Identify Jesus With a Kiss?

8       Queries&Comments

12     STRATA
BAR Accused of Publishing “Defamatory” Ad

David Ussishkin Receives 2014 Percia Schimmel Award

Stolen Stele “:Jesus’ Wife” Update
13     How Many?

13     The Bible in the News

14     Milestones

14     What Is It?

16     In History

18     In Their Own Words

20     Exhibit Watch

22     Cartoon Caption Contest

24     BIBLICAL VIEWS: Sacred Meat by Laura Nasrallah

26     ARCHAEOLOGICAL VIEWS:
Biblical Archaeology Through a Victorian Lens by Kevin McGeough
28     Digs 2014: Layers of Meaning
by Noah Wiener

(As an archaeological field season progresses, volunteers transition from heavy labor to meticulous analysis in ancient occupation layers. Learn how archaeologists and volunteers at Tel Kabri on Israel’s northern Mediterranean coast adapt their field methodologies to meet the specific needs of their site. And explore excavation opportunities in 2014 with our annual dig guide.)

36    Buy Low, Sell High: The Marketplace at Ashkelon by Daniel M. Master and Lawrence E. Stager

(Ashkelon was a powerful Philistine city on the Mediterranean coast in the Iron Age. Its merchants crossed the known world buying and selling. Its marketplace reveals the workings of both the local and international economy before Nebuchadnezzar destroyed the city in 604 B.C.E.
A treasure-trove of artifacts, including imports from Egypt and Greece, enable us to reconstruct the daily lives of both merchants and residents.)

48      Cult Prostitution in Ancient Israel?
by Edward Lipinski

(According to popular belief, cult prostitution was common throughout the ancient world, particularly associated with the fertility rites of the Canaanites and Phoenicians. While some scholars argue that temple prostitution was practiced in ancient Israel, too, perhaps linked with the goddess Asherah,
in fact, neither the Bible nor archaeology provides any clear evidence that
Israelite religion incorporated the sexual rites of Canaanite goddesses.)

57      The Interchange Between Bible & Archaeology
by Nadav Na’aman

(The Bible and archaeology must be studied separately and independently, but in the end, the evidence must be combined and interpreted together. A study of what the Bible says about King David’s palace and the mysterious Millo demonstrates that Eilat Mazm’ has indeed found David’s palace sitting atop
the unusual structure that can now be understood as the Millo.)

62     REVIEWS: 12 WORLDWIDE

Counseling Today: Turning Points as a Counselor Vol. 56, No. 7 Winter 2013

Columns

1     Deconstructing the DSM-5

1     Risk Management for Counselors

1     Through a Glass Darkly Counselor Career Stories: Dayna Wood

Pages of Influence: Rex A. Stockton Private Practice Strategies

 

Need to Know: From the President

7     CEO’s Message

8     Letters to the Editor

10     Washington Update:
CT Learning Test

In Memoriam: Carolyn Kern, Susan Brachna

Division, Region & Branch News

Bulletin Board

 

Journal for the Study of the New Testament Vol. 36.2, Winter 2013

Articles

103     ‘The Rock Was Christ’:The Fluidity of Christ’s Body in 1 Corinthians 10:4 by Matthew Thiessen

127     (Why) Was Jesus the Galilean Crucified Alone? Solving a False Conundrum by Fernando Bermejo-Rubio

155     Apocalyptic and Covenant: Perspectives on Paul or Antinomies at War? by David A. Shaw

172     Taking the Jews out of the Equation: Galatians 6:12-17 as a Summons to Cease Evading Persecution by AlexanderV. Prokhorov

189     Romans 4:A Critique of N.T.Wright by Ian Lambrecht