Christianity Today Vol. 58 No. 10 December 2014

15     Witness – Powerhouse TV Christians partner with Muslim king to house Iraqi and syrian Christians before winter.

16     Gleanings – Christians lead Hong Kong protests, Wesleyan publisher folds, and a global promise to stop stealing sheep.

18     Headlines – Sorry Tertullian, Methodists may quit while ahead, and the subtle Star of Bethlehem.

19     Under Discussion – What good news encouraged observers the most this year?

25     Where We Stand – Bearing the World’s Burdens

28     Open Question – Patricia Raybon, Larry Eskridge, and Lore Ferguson bring back forgotten Christmas traditions.

30     Wayfaring – Wesley Hill clarifies why we read the Bible together.

32     Past Imperfect – David Neff remembers the founder of the Red Cross.

36     Pop Prancis – From secular journalists to charismatic Christians, why so many of us are taken with the Jesuit from Argentina by R. R. Reno

44    COVENANT AND CONFLICT AT GORDON COLLEGE

The Massachusetts school has come under fire for banning ‘homosexual practice.’ President Michael Lindsay says the policy is about so much more than sex. Interview by Timothy C.Morgan

48     THE CONTENDER

Mark Lanier is one ofthe country’s most successful trial lawyers. Now he’s taking Christianity to the courtroom of modern skepticism. By Bret Mavrich

54     HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY KITSCHY CHRISTMAS

What weird Nativity sets get right about the story of Jesus. By Sarah Arthur

58     RELIEF IN WARTIME CHAOS

Fleeing violence, nearly 1.3 million Syrians and Iraqis are now living in Jordan. How local and global leaders are meeting their needs. By Alice Su in Amman

World Vol. 29 No. 25 December 13, 2014

44     The light of the sun in a dark basement – WORLD’s 2014 Daniel of the Year, Congressman Frank Wolf, has spent more than three decades showing up in far corners of the globe to help the most vulnerable-and the “patron saint
of unpopular causes” says he’s not finished

Extra: Where are they now? Updates from some past Daniels

54     There and back again – Physician Rick Sacra stands ready to tackle the Ebola virus once more

58     That infamous day – As Pearl Harbor survivors grow fewer in number, their memeories resonate louder through history

64     From betrayal to compassion: Balkan challenge, U.S. opportunity – Restoring the view of America as a country that practices compassion rather than betrayal

Christian Research Society Quarterly Vol. 51 No. 1 Summer 2014

Articles

5     The Extraterrestrial Search for the Origin ofHomochirality by Charles McCombs

14     Anomalous Impressions in Tapeats Sandstone (Cambrian), Grand Canyon by W.R. Barnhart

31     Beyond “Origin and 0peration” Science, Part II: An Alternative by John K., Reed M., Peter Klevberg

40     The Little Ice Age in the North Atlantic Region Part VII: The Little Ice Age and Climatology by Peter Klevberg and Michael J. Oard

Departments

4     Editorial: The Recent Meeting of the Creation Research Society

52    CRS Conference Abstracts

64     Letters to the Editor

65     Media Reviews

75     Instructions to Authors

Journal of Theological Interpretation Vol. 8 No. 2 Fall 2014

157     “These Are the Days of Elijah”: The Hermeneutical Move from “Applying the Text” to “Living in Its World” by Richard S. Briggs

175     Theological Interpretation and the Bible as Public Text by Angus Paddison

193     Ricoeur and Ratzinger on Biblical History and Hermeneutics by Aaron Pidel, S.J.

213     “You Will Be Children of the Most High”: An Inquiry into Luke’s Narrative account of Theosis by Aaron J. Kuecker

229     To Fear and Not to Fear the Creator God: A Thological and Therapeutic Interpretation of Luke 12:4-34 by F. Scott Spencer

251     When Considering Creation, Simply Follow the Rule (of Faith): Patristic Exegesis of Romans 8:19-22 and the Theological Interpretation of Scripture by Steven W. Tyra

275     The Means and End in 2 Peter 1:3-11: The Theological and Moral Significance of Theosis by Wyndy Corbin Reushcling

287     Beyond Thological Metaphysics: Reason, Religion, and History in the Hermeneutics of Heikki Raisanen by James B. Pendleton

299     Reading the “Logic of Love” in the Old Testament by Richard E. Cornell and Tom Holsinger-Friesen

Baptist Quarterly Vol. 45 No. 8 October 2014

444     THE BALFOURS AND THE BURNS: Baptists battling the power of strong drink by Karen E. Smith

456     LIBERATING WOMEN FOR BAPTIST MINISTRY by Faith Bowers

465     FEMALE BAPTIST PREACHERS AND MINISTERS IN WALES Michael J. Collis

485     WOMEN’S MINISTRY: An Exploration at a Historic Moment by Paul Goodliff

499     REVIEWS

Faith Bowers, Stephen Copson, Anne Phillips, Ian Randall, Peter Morden, John Briggs

455     CHANGE IN PUBLICATION

Back cover –  ICOBS CONFERENCE

Filologia Neotestamentraria Vol. 26 No. 46 – 2013

ARTICULOS

3     David I. Yoon, Prominence and Markedness in New Testament Discourse.

27     Michael A. Rudolph, Beyond Guthrie?: Text-linguistics and New Testament Studies.

49     Mateusz Oseka, Luther’s Textual Study of the Greek New Testament.

61     Wally V. Cirafesi, Tense-Form Reduction and the Use of lnouiaa-r£ in Codex Bezae Matthew 21,13//Mark 1,17.

69    Dan Batovici, Eriugena’s Greek Variant Readings of the Fourth Gospel.

87     Andrew M. Bowden, The Fruit of Righteousness in James: A Study in Discourse Analysis.

109     Travis B. Williams, Reading Social Conflict through Greek Grammar: Reconciling the Difficulties of the Fourth-Class Condition in 1 Pet 3,14.

127     Josep Rius-Camps- Jenny Read-Heimerdinger, The Variant Readings of the Western Text of the Acts of the Aspostles (XXV) (Acts 18:24-19:40 ).

165     RECENSIONES Y PRESENTACION DE LIBROS

Ryan Donald Wettlaufer, No Longer Written. The Use of Conjectural Emendation in the Restoration of the Text of the New Testament, the Epistle of James as a Case Study (J.K. Elliott);

Bart Ehrman, Forgery and Counter­forgery. The Use of Literary Deceit in Early Christian Polemics (Haria L.E. Ramelli);

Christina M. Kreinecker, 2. Thessaloniker (Christoph Stenschke);

G. Schwab, Echtheitskritische Untersuchungen zu den vier kleineren Paulusbriefen. Band 1 / Halbband A: Der Philemonbrief. Beobachtungen zur Sprache des Philipperund des Galaterbriefs (Rainer Reuter);

Juan Mateos Jesus Pelaez -GASCO, Diccionario Griego-Espanol del Nuevo Testamento (DGENT). Analisis senuintico de los vocablos.;.

Catedra de Filologia Griega. Universidad de Cordoba-Ediciones El Almendro, (2012).

Columns 1249-1426. €30. ISBN 978-84-8005-198-9 (Heinrich von Siebenthal).

185     LIBROS RECIBIDOS
189     INDICE GENERAL DEL VOLUMEN XXVI (2013)

Southern Baptist Journal of Theology Vol. 18 No. 3 Fall 2014

Deuteronomy

3     Editorial: Reading Deuteronomy for God’s People Today by Stephen J. Wellum

7     Has Any People Heard the Voice of God Speaking … And Survived? By R. Albert Mohler, Jr.

19     The Glory of God in Salvation through Judgment in Deuteronomy by James M. Hamilton, Jr.

35     The Relationship of Deuteronomy to the Covenant at Sinai by Peter J. Gentry

59     Circumcision of the Heart in Leviticus and Deuteronomy: Divine Means for Resolving Curse and Bring Blessing by John D. Meade

87     From Condemnation to Righteousness: A Christian Reading of Deuteronomy by Jason S. DeRouchie

121     “Anyone Hung Upon A Pole Is Under God’s Curse:” Deuteronomy 21:22-23 in Old and New Covenant Contexts by A.B. Caneday

 

Wesleyan Theological Journal Vol. 49 No. 2 Fall 2014

5     EDITOR’S NOTES

7     THE PROCESSIO-MISSIO CONNECTION: A STARTING POINT IN MISSION TRINITATIS OR OVERCOMING THE IMMANENT ECONOMIC DIVIDE IN A MISSIO TRINITATIS by Peter Bellini

24     DISCERNING JOHN WESLEY’S MISSIONAL ECCLESIOLOGY by William Payne

48     MISSION-SHAPED DISCIPLESHIP IN A VIRTUAL WORLD by Philip R. Meadows

74     HOLINESS IN THE GOSPEL OF MARK: BLACK CAT IN A DARK ROOM? By Arseny Ermakov

86     COUNTERACTING CLASSIFICATIONS: KESWICK HOLINESS RECONSIDERED by Andrew Russell

122     “KESWICKFIED” METHODISM: HOLINESS REVIVALISM AND THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH MISSION IN INDIA, 1870-1910 by Luther Jeremiah Oconer

144     A CONSTRUCTIVE APPROACH TO SOCIAL HOLINESS ACCORDING TO JOERG RIEGER by Nathan Crawford

157     ORDINATION AND POWER RELATIONS: A CULTURAL FROM THE RITUAL THEORY OF PRACTICE by J. Matthew Price

170     DIGNITY, JUSTICE, AND FLOURISHING WITHIN THE HUMAN FAMILY: METHODIST THEOLOGY AND THE ENRICHMENT DISCOURSE AND LIFE by Kenneth M. Loyer

187     JOHN WESLEY AND THE NATURAL LAW OF JEAN PORTER AND PAMELA HALL by A. C. Weissenbacher

205     JURGEN MOLTMANN’S THEOLOGY OF DIVINE ACTION: TOWARDS A MORE INTEGRATIVE UNDERSTANDING OF HIS DOCTRINE OF CREATION by Jacob Lett

243     FAITH INTEGRATION, HIGHER EDUCATION, AND THE WESLEYAN QUADRILATERAL: A PERSONAL WITNESS by Don Thorsen

254     SMITH/WYNKOOP AWARD by Robert w. Wall and Richard B. Steele

English Journal Vol. 104 No. 2 November 2014

7      Call for Manuscripts

11     From the Editors by Julie Gorlewski and David Gorlewski

13     High School Matters – Curiouser and Curiouser: A Brief Reflection on Standards by Jocelyn A. Chadwick

THE STANDARDS MOVEMENT: A RECENT HISTORY

17     El in Focus – The Common Core Memorandum of Understanding: What a Story by Mercedes K. Schneider

22     The End of Innovation by Stephen Heller

Exploring questions about the ability for an assessment-driven approach toward education to foster creative, vibrant classrooms.

27     A Call for Subterfuge: Shielding the ELA Classroom from the Restrictive Sway of the Common Core by Chris Gilbert

This author discusses how ELA instructors must practice subterfuge and resist standardization by using Personal Standards.

34     Opportunity Costs of the Common Core in High School ELA by Eamon Cunningham

Strategies for adjusting in-class curriculum to align with the cess, and how to increase fluency with the demands of standardized tests.

41     Rewriting the Common Core State Standards for Tomorrow’s Literacies by Jessica Van Cleave and Sarah Bridges-Rhoads

Authors highlight the push for reading the cess as a living document like any other, open to interpretation and creative implementation.

48     Teacher Perspectives and Classroom Changes during the Standards Movement by Marci Glaus

Restoring a voice to those teachers who do the important work of educating students in classrooms, highlighting the changes taking place during standardization.

54     From English Language Arts Teacher to Literacy Expert: Reimagining Our Role by Amy Lannin, Angela Kohnen, Katie Kline, Nancy Singer, Valerie Stokes, and Amy Knowles

Chronicling work that is focused on content-area writing, as stressed in the CESS, and partnered language arts teachers with career/technical educators.

61     Metaphors, Frames, and Fact (Checks) about the Common Core by Anne Whitney and Patrick Shannon

The interrogation of some metaphors that CESS proponents have used as arguments to characterize cess, and then checks the facts that others have amassed around the issue.

72     Revisiting Dewey in the Age of Common Core: Confessions of an Unwilling Deconstructivist by Anne Peel

Author argues that NCLB has pressured writing teachers to underserve developing writers by replacing inquiry with an emphasis on product.

80     How Have We Been Standardized? Let Me Count the Ways by Susan Arpajian Jolley

Article examines, both personally and historically, the deleterious effects of the decades-old movement toward standardization of both students and teachers.

86     Teaching Equity through Gatsby in the Age of CCSS by Allisyn Mills and Seungho Moon

Authors provide options for teachers who share the need to design curriculum to incorporate more perspectives in the classroom.

93     Coming Full Circle: A Young Teacher’s Journey with the Standards Movement by Monique Cherry-McDaniel

A teacher’s journey from having an unhealthy relationship with the standards to redefining herself as a professional and using the standards to support sound instruction.

99     Enacting Problem-Posing Education through Project-Based Learning by Nadia Behizadeh

Promoting project-based learning in English education as a way to combat the loss of cultural relevancy under the pressures of standardization.

105     The 2013 Honor List: Fiction Filled with Real Information by Don L. F. Nilsen, James Blasingame Jr., and Aileen Pace Nilsen

Can deep reading into fictional worlds provide insight into our real-life experiences? Texts selected for the 2013 Honor List indicate that the answer is resoundingly affirmative.

POETRY

16     My Kind of Slo(w) by Patricia O’Connor

26     A Problem, Solution Pape by Greg Overman

40     The archaeology of white people by P. L. Thomas

71     The kindness school (beyond the archaeology of white people, pt. 2) by P. L. Thomas

92     Write It! (Like Disaster) by Lynn Doyle

COLUMNS

113     Speaking Truth to Power – “Not the Time … to Follow the Line of Least Resistance” by P. L. Thomas

115     Soft(a)ware in the English Classroom – Education Reform and Potemkin Villages: Expanding Conceptions of “Data” by Noah Asher Golden

118     Disabling Assumptions – Differentiating Writing, Reading, and How We Respond to Writing by Patricia A. Dunn

121     Lingua Anglia: Bridging Language and Learners – Vir Bonus Dicendi Peritus: The Art of Oral Argumentation by Tim W. Watson and Pamela J. Hickey

124     Carpe Librum: Seize the (VA) Book – LGBTQ Stories We Need to Hear Now by Laura Renzi

Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport Vol. 85 No. 2 June 2014

EDITORIAL

Note From the Editor-in-Chief

125     Together, We Move Science Forward by Weimo Zhu

SPECIAL TOPICS

127     Advancing Kinesiology Through Improved Peer Review by Duane V Knudson, James R. Morrow Jr., and Jerry R. Thomas

136     Critical Measurement Issues/Challenges in Assessing Aerobic Capacity in Youth by Kirk J. Cureton and Matthew T. Mahar

Commentary

International Viewpoints on Effective Teaching in Physical Education

144     Quality Physical Education: A Commentary on Effective Physical Education Teaching by Ben Dyson

153     Effective Teaching in Physical Education: Slovenian Perspective by Rado Pisot, Matej Plevnik, and Vesna Sternberger

Top 10 Research Questions

157     Top 10 Research Questions Related to Growth and Maturation of Relevance to Physical Activity, Performance, and Fitness by Robert M. Malina

174     Top 10 Research Questions Related to Musculoskeletal Physical Fitness Testing in Children and Adolescents by Sharon Ann Plowman

ARTICLES

188     In-Shoe Plantar Pressures and Ground Reaction Forces During Overweight Adults’ Overground Walking by Marcelo P. de Castro, Sofia C. Abreu, Helena Sousa, Leandro Machado, Rubim Santos, and ]octo Paulo Vilas-Boas

198     Perceived Parental Social Support and Moderate-to-Vigorous Physical Activity in Children at Risk of Obesity by Jennifer Brunet, Catherine M. Sabiston, Jennifer O’Loughlin, Marie-Eve Mathieu, Angelo Tremblay, Tracie A Barnett, and Marie Lambert

208     Motivational Climate, Staff and Members’ Behaviors, and Members’ Psychological Well-Being at a by National Fitness Franchise by Theresa C. Brown and Mary D. Fry

218     Modifying Equipment in Early Skill Development: A Tennis Perspective by Tim Buszard, Damian Farrow, Machar Reid, and Rich S.W. Masters

226     Self-Controlled Practice Enhances Motor Learning in Introverts and Extroverts by Angelica Kaefer, Suzete Chiviacowsky, Cassia de Miranda Meira Jr., and Go Tani

234     Should I Stay or Should I Go? Physical Education Teachers’ Career Intentions by Kasper Makela, Mirja Hirvensalo, and Peter R. Whipp

RESEARCH NOTES

245     An Accelerometry-Based Approach to Assess Loading Intensity of Physical Activity on Bone by Sarah Kelley, Georgina Hopkinson, Siobhan Strike, Jin Luo, and Raymond Lee

251     Development of a Prediction Model to Predict VO2 peak in Adolescent Girls Using the Bruce Protocol to Exhaustion by Mallory R. Marshall, Dawn P. Coe, and James M. Pivarnik

257     Health-Related Fitness of American Indian Youth by Timothy A Brusseau, Tom Finkelstein, Pamela H. Kulinna, and Connie Pangrazi

262     CORRIGENDUM