Books and Culture Vol. 20, No. 2 – March/April 2014

8    A Way Through the Labyrinth by Stephen N. Williams

[THE GoLDEN CORD: A SHORT BooK ON THE SECULAR AND THE SACRED by Charles Taliaferro]

8    Whither Monogamy? By Anna Broadway

[LOVE IN THE TIME OF ALGORITHMS: WHAT TECHNOLOGY DOES TO MEETING AND MATING by Dan Slater]

[MATING INTELLIGENCE UNLEASHED: THE ROLE OF THE MIND IN SEX, DATING, AND LOVE by Glenn Geher and Scott Barry Kaufman]

11    The Two Cultures, Then and Now by Alan Jacobs

[THE Two CuLTURES by C. P. Snow]

[TWO CULTURES? THE SIGNIFICANCE OF C.P. SNow by F.R. Leavis]

14     Sullen Independence by Andrea Palpant Dilley

[MORE THAN CONQUERORS: A MEMOIR OF LOST ARGUMENTS by Megan Hustad]

15     Patience May Be Rewarded by R. Stephen Warner

[FAMILIES AND FAITH: HOW RELIGION IS PASSED DOWN ACROSS GENERATIONS by Vern L. Bengtson, with Norella M. Putney and Susan Harris]

16    Slacker Ethnography by Sarah Ruden

[DOWN IN THE CHAPEL: RELIGIOUS LIFE IN AN AMERICAN PRISON by Joshua Dubler]

18     Delusions of Grandeur by Douglas Wilson
[CITIZEN EMPEROR: NAPOLEON IN POWER by Philip Dwyer]

19    Haiti Is the Future by Jean-Fracois Mouhot
[FAREWELL FRED VooDoo: A LETTER FROM HAITI by Amy Wilentz]

21     The Science of the Sermon by Timothy Larsen
[A NEw HISTORY OF THE SERMON: THE NINETEENTH CENTURY edited by Robert H. Ellison]

22    Arab Eyes, Arab Voices by Christine Folch
[THE WORLD THROUGH ARAB EYES: ARAB PuBLIC OPINION AND THE RESHAPING oF THE MIDDLE EAST by Shibley Telhami]

24    Operation Judgment by Philip Jenkins
[VERDUN: THE LONGEST BATTLE OF THE GREAT WAR by Paul Jankowski]

25    Nietzsches Nietzsches Everywhere by Patrick Connelly
[AMERICAN NIETZSCHE: A HISTORY OF AN ICON AND HIS IDEAS by Jennifer Ratner-Rosenhagen]

27    In Exile from Our Words by Thomas Gardner
[LITTLE DID I KNOW: EXCERPTS FROM MEMORY by Stanley Cavell]

28    The Puzzle of Beowulf by Tom Shippey
[BEOWULF: A NEW VERSE RENDERING by Douglas Wilson]

30    Punny Business by Alissa Wilkinson
[BARK: STORIES by Lorrie Moore]

The Kid by Micah Mattix
[E. E. CUMMINGS: A POET’s LIFE by Susan Cheever]

32    The Case of the Missing Consensus by Wilfred M. McClay
[THE TWILIGHT OF THE AMERICAN ENLIGHTENMENT: THE 1950’s AND THE CRISIS OF LIBERAL BELIEF by George M. Marsden]

33    The Desert God at the Twin Towers by Daniel Taylor
DARLING: A SPIRITUAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY by Richard Rodriguez

36    “To Be Liked by You Would Be a Calamity” by Kirby Olson
[HOLDING ON UPSIDE DOWN: THE LIFE AND WORK OF MARIANNE MOORE
by Linda Leavell]

37    Insistent Ghosts by Benjamin Myers
[EPITAPHS FOR THE JOURNEY: NEW, SELECTED, AND REVISED POEMS
by Paul Mariani]

 

Departments

5    Stranger in a Strange Land: Missionary Kids by Rick Ostrander

6    Letter from the Editor

17    Poem: Excursions & Arrivals by Brett Foster

35    Poem: Ars Poetica by Shanna Powlus Wheeler

Andrews University Seminary Studies Vol. 51, No. 2 – Fall 2013

ARTICLES

ORDINATION STUDIES:

FREY, MATHILDE. Women’s Ordination, Gender
Identity, and the Sabbath ………………………………………………………………… 149

KAISER, DENIS. Setting Apart for the Ministry: Theory and Practice in Seventh-day
Adventism (1850-1920) …………………………………………………………………… 177

VALENTINE, GILBERT M. Flying Bishops, Women
Clergy, and the Processes of Change in the
Anglican Communion ……………………………………………………………… 219

CHURCH HISTORY:

HOSCHELE, STEFAN. The Remnant Concept in Early Adventism: From Apocalyptic Antisectarianism to an Eschatological Denominational Ecclesiology ……………………………………………………………………………………. 267

THEOLOGY:

LEVTEROV, THEODORE. Theological Contributions
of John Wesley to the Doctrine of Perfection………………………….. 301

DISSERTATION ABSTRACT:

BAEZ, ENRIQUE. Allusions to Genesis 11:1-9 in the Book of Daniel: An Exegetical and Intertextual Study…………………………………………………… 311

BOOK REVIEWS

Bateman, Herbert W IV, Darrel L. Bock, and Gordon H. Johnston. Jesus the Messiah: Tracing the Promises, Expectations, and Coming of Israel’s King
(JOAQUIM AZEVEDO NETO) …………………………………………………………. 313

Beale, G. K. Handbook on the New Testament Use of the
Old Testament: Exegesis and Interpretation
(STEPHANE BEAULIEU)••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 314

Bebbington, David. Victorian Religious Revivals: Culture and Piety in Local and Global Contexts (MICHAEL W. CAMPBELL) ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 316

Collins, Paul M., and Barry Ensign-George, eds. Denomination: Assessing an Ecclesiological Category (STEFAN HoscHELE) ……………………………………. 319

Dever, William G. The Lives of Ordinary People in Ancient
Israel.- When Archaeology and the Bible Intersect
(OWEN CHESTNUT)•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 322

Fowl, Stephen E. Ephesians: A Commentary (John McVay) ………………. 325

Gredianus, Sidney. Preaching Christ from Daniel
(ZDRAVKO STEFANOVIC) ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 327

Helyer, Larry R. The Life and Witness of Peter (DENIS FORTIN) ………… 329

Institute for New Testament Textual Research. Novum Testamentum
Graece: Nestle-Aland, 28th ed. (CARL P. COSAERT) ………………………… 331

Joosten, Jan. The Verbal System of Biblical Hebrew: A New
Synthesis Elaborated on the Basis of Classical Prose
(KENNETH BERGLAND)•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 333

Jung, Martin H. Reformation und Konfessionelles Zeitalter
(1517-1648) (DENIS KAISER) …………………………………………………… 336

Kristof, Nicholas D., and Sheryl WuDunn. Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide (LEANNE SIGVARTSEN) ………………… 338

Logos Bible Software. Logos Bible Software Version 5: Platinum Collection (EIKE MULLER) …………………………………………………………………. 341

MacDonald, Gordon. Building Below the Waterline (SKIP BELL)………………….. 346

Moreau, A. Scott. Contextualization in World Missions: Mapping and Assessing Evangelical Models (BRUCE CAMPBELL MOYER) …………………. 347

Oden, Thomas C. John Wesley’s Teachings, vols. 1-4 (RUSSELL L. STAPLES) ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 349

The Expository Times Vol. 125, No. 6 – March 2014

261 Ian Boxall, The Apocalypse Unveiled: Reflections on the Reception History of Revelation

272 Volker Rabens, Ethics and the Spirit in Paul (2): Religious-Ethical Empowerment through the Relational Work of the Spirit

282 D. R. G. Beattie, Genesis 3 revisited
Books of the Month: By Paul Foster

284 The New Cambridge History of the Bible: volume 1 -From the Beginnings to 600
By James Carleton Paget and Joachim Schaper

284 The New Cambridge History of the Bible: volume 2 – From 600 to 1450
By Richard Marsden and E. Ann Matter

Worship Resources: Sermons for the Christian Year
281 Marjory MacLean, 6th April: 5th in Lent

289 Viv Randles, 13th April: Passion Sunday

291 Sam Wells, 20th April: Easter Sunday

294 Geoff Brammall, 27th April: 2nd of Easter

297 Douglas Galbraith, Prayers for April

 

301 Book Reviews

310 Index of Books Reviewed

312 John Shepherd, And Finally

Psychology Today Vol. 47, No. 2 – March 2014

Features

56 The Beat [Up] Generation: Spoiled? Narcissistic? Think again. BY ABBY ELLIN

64 Know Thyself: lf you know who you are, you’ll have a better handle on your life’s direction. BY JOHN D.MAYER,PH.D.

46 Dreams of Glory: Far from useless reveries, daydreams show us a path to our deepest desires and spark creative thoughts. BY SCOTT BARRY KAUFMAN,PH.D.

72 Go Forth in Anger: It’s an emotion that gets no respect, but the new view from the lab is that anger is a powerful, positive force motivating us to achieve. BY JOANN ELLISON RODGERS

General

3 Editor’s Note

4 Contributors

6 Letters

9-23 Insights: The Power of a kiss; Tracing the roots of humor; Getting in touch with your “extended mind”

27 ECCENTRIC’S CORNER

30 2-MINUTE MEMOIR

35 UNCONVENTIONAL WISDOM

36 ONE BIG CHANGE

39 SEX

40 NATURE’S BOUNTY

43 BLOGGER SPOTLIGHT

81 COULD YOU BE A SHRINK? CAREERS IN PSYCHOLOGY

96 Final Analysis

Biblica Vol. 49, No. 4 March 2014

Commentationes

481-508     M. Ederer: Der Erstgeborene ohne Erstgeburtsrecht. 1 Chr 5,1-2 als Schlusseltext fur die Lekture von 1 Chr 5,1-26

509-533      F. Cocco: “Mars tua, vita mea”. Eleazaro e il sommo sacerdozio

534-364     A.D. Baum: Biographien im alttestamentlich-rabbinischen Stil. Zur Gattung der neutestamentlichen Evangelien

Animadversiones

565-572     S. Bar: What Did the Servant Give to Rebecca’s Brother and Mother?

573-575     L. Tobota: The Divine Name Chemosh: A New Etymological Proposal

576-584     F.M Macatangay: MιθÓος and Irony in the Book of Tobit

585-595     D.W Kim: Where Does It Fit? The Unknown Parables in the Gospel of Thomas

Recensiones: Vetus Testamentum
596-600     A. Scharf: C KUPFER, Mit Israel auf dem Weg durch die WUste

600-603     J. Asurmendi: K.-J. LEE, The Authority and Authorization of Torah in the Persian Period

603-606     R. Albertz: K.E. SOUTHWOOD, Ethnicity and Mixed Marriage Crisis in Ezra 9-10

606-609     MH. Floyd: H. WENZEL, Reading Zechariah with Zechariah 1:1-6 as the Introduction to the Entire Book

Novum Testamentum

610-612     D.A. GlOOR: X. PIKAZA, Evangelio de Marcos

613-616     C. Raimbault: M.D. LITWA, We Are Being Transformed

616-620     A. Pereira Delgado: J.K. GOODRICH, Paul as an Administrator of God in 1 Corinthians

Varia

621-624     J.F.A. Sawyer: D.W. ROOKE, Handel’s Israelite Oratorio Libretti

625-631     Libri ad Directionem missi

Wesleyan Theological Journal Vol. 49, No. 1 – Spring 2014

EDITOR’S NOTES……………………………………………………………. 5

A BRIEF ANATOMY OF HOLINESS ………………………………………………. 7
Bruce D. Marshall

HOLINESS AND ETHICS………………………………………………………… 19
Thomas B. Dozeman

SPIRIT/SHEKHINAH/SAKINA: NO HOLINESS BUT SOCIAL HOLINESS ………… 35
Michael Lodahl……The Presidential Address

“WON OVER WITHOUT A WORD”: HOLINESS AND
THE CHURCH’S MISSIONAL IDENTITY IN 1 PETER…………………………………… 50
Dean Flemming

HOLINESS AND CATHOLICITY: A FRUITFUL TENSION
FOR THE WESLEYAN TRADITION………………………………………………….. 67
Douglas M. Koskela

ORDINARY PRACTICE AS ECCLESIAL HOLINESS:
INTERSECTIONS OF WORK, SACRAMENT, AND LITURGY ……………………….. 78
Joshua R. Sweeden

EUCHARISTIC PARTICIPATION: HOLINESS AS THE RELATIONAL
SHAPE OF CHRISTIAN MORAL THEOLOGY……………………………………………. 93
Timothy R. Gaines

ECCLESIAL INSTITUTIONS AS MEANS OF GRACE: A WESLEYAN
VIEW OF THE HOLY SPIRIT AND THE HOLY CHURCH ………………………………… 107
James E. Pedlar

FROM CAUSALITY TO RELATIONALITY: TOWARD
A WESLEYAN THEOLOGY OF CONCURSUS …………………………………………… 122
Joshua D. Reichard

BLASPHEMING IN TONGUES: DEMONS, GLOSSOLALIA,
AND THE CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY ALLIANCE……………………………… 139
Christopher J. Richmann

BAPTISTS AND HOLINESS IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY:
A STORY RARELY TOLD ………………………………………………………. 156
Doug Weaver

EDWARD IRVING ON CHRIST’S SINFUL FLESH AND
SANCTIFYING SPIRIT: A WESLEYAN APPRAISAL …………………………….. 175
E. Jerome Van Kuiken

BOOK REVIEWS AND ADVERTISING ………………………………………………. 186

Christianity Today Vol.58, No. 2 – March 2014

7 Editor’s Note: Andy Crouch says disciples need more than data.

9 Reply All: Readers respond to the December issue via letters, tweets, and blogs

Cover Story

28 The Bible in the Original Geek: Inside the world of the new bible coders – and how they will change the way you read Scripture.

NEWS

13 Witness: Putting the cross literally in the middle of Ukraine’s protests.

14 Gleanings:

[Theologian’s books get abuse disclaimer, newspaper apologizes to Pat Robertson, and who actually evangelizes.]

16 Headlines:

[Why Native Americans make great missionaries, a Chinese cult pushes churches toward the state, and Colorado churches consider legal pot.]

17 Under Discussion:

[Was the Bill Nye-Ken Ham debate (or any other celebrity debate) pointless?]

VIEWS

21 Where We Stand: A Chance to Grow

23 Hermeneutics: How Jen Pollock Michel slowly became a complementarian.

24 Open Question: Drew Dyck, Kenda Creasy Dean,and Eddie Gibbs help us hold on to the ‘nones.’

26 Past Imperfect: David Neff questions the death penalty on biblical grounds.

REVIEWS

49 Books:

Gordon T.Smith’s Called to Be Saints, review by Christopher A. Hall

Trillia J. Newbell’s United, review by David Swanson

Excerpt: The Good of Politics, by James W. Skillen

Interview: Halee Gray Scott’s Dare Mighty THings
36 LAMENT FOR A DIVIDED CHURCH: Global GJospel Project

[Why the ecumenical movement keeps working to overcome fraying in the body of Christ.]

By Sarah Hinlicky Wilson

40 WOMAN UNDER CONSTRUCTION

[Jen Hatmaker is joining the lineup of ‘super-Christian’ reality TV stars. She just wants to love her neighbors.

Interview by Kate Shellnutt
44 WHEN ABUSE COMES TO LIGHT

[How missionary survivors are organizing and spealdng out like never before.]

By Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra

80 Testimony: Locker room talk led to NFL player Derwin Gray’s change of heart.

World Vol. 29, No. 5 – March 2014

Cover Story

34 Houston: a semisweet land of liberty
[The U.S. economy is bogged down, but Houston is growing rapidly, looking past problems, and proclaiming, ‘You CAN make it here.’]

42 Fargo: No longer Far-gone
[Fargo, N.D., is a suddenly popular place to live for students, immigrants, and young families.]

46 Finding cities of prosperity in a land of (unequal) opportunity
[A recent study discovers surprising prosperity pockets in the United States where family and neighborhood makeup best determine a bright economic future.]

FEATURES

48 Sidewalk speech
[Pro-life counselors take to the Supreme Court laws to restrict their quiet but effective work.]

52 Overcoming the headlines
[The Somali-American community in Minneapolis-one of the largest in the West-takes on militancy and bad news from Somalia, even as terrorists work to recruit immigrants from afar.]

DISPATCHES

5 News

16 Quotables

18 Quick Takes

REVIEWS

23 Movies & TV

26 Books

28 Q&A

30 Music

NOTEBOOK

57 Lifestyle

59 Technology

60 Science

61 Houses of God

62 Money

64 Religion

VOICES

3 JoelBelz

20 Janie B. Cheaney

32 Mindy Belz

67 Mailbag

71 Andree SeuPeterson

72 Marvin Olasky

Counseling Today Vol. 56, No. 9 – March 2014

Cover Story

32 In search of wellness By Laurie Meyers
[The counseling profession has embraced a wellness perspective throughout its history, but the concept continues to evolve as today’s counselors explore what it means for clients to become truly “whole.”]
Features

42 Getting to know you By Stacy Notaras Murphy
[Proponents of personality assessments say they offer clients a wealth of opportunities for self-discovery, while also strengthening the therapeutic alliance and helping to chart a course for more effective treatment.]

48 Knowledge Share: The toughest kinds of groups By Christine Schimmel & Ed Jacobs

[To reduce their own anxiety and lead effective groups, counselors might need to tap into creative strategies -especially if group members just don’t want to be there.]

54 The art and craft of psychobiography By Joseph G. Ponterotto

[Counselors may be surprised to find they are expertly and naturally equipped to apply their professional skill set to this fascinating research endeavor.]

66 Opinion: Counselors and the clinical staging model By Allen E. lvey & Mary Bradford lvey

[A model developed by an Australian psychiatrist for integrated treatment of serious mental health disturbance among youth challenges the concept of diagnosis and demonstrates the centrality of counselors in the mental health system.]

Columns

12 Deconstructing the DSM-5

17 Risk Management for Counselors

18 Pages of Influence: Patricia Arredondo

22 Through a Glass Darkly

26 Counselor Career Stories: Jeff Hensley

28 Private Practice Strategies

Need to Know

5 From the President

7 CEO’s Message

8 Letters to the Editor

10 Washington Update CTLearning Test NBCC Perspective

74 Division, Region & Branch News

76 Bulletin Board