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Edited by Weaver, J. Denny; Foreword by Huxman, Susan Schultz
This book demonstrates how the grain of the universe can be visible in potentially any discipline of the academic curriculum or its application in the church or wider society. An important resource for those who value the place of the academy alongside the church in advancing a j...ustice-oriented world. -Regina Shands Stoltzfus, Goshen CollegeRead more
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By Heinzekehr, Justin; Edited by Weaver, J. Denny
Heinzekehr explores the significance of the empty tomb and Jesus's absence for Anabaptist ecclesiology and theology in conversation with postmodern philosophy and power analysis. [summary] --
By King, Michael A.
This study of a Mennonite denominational body's deliberations over excommunicating a congregation for its stand on homosexuality will engage students and scholars of hermeneutics, rhetoric, communication, conflict, Gadamer, homosexuality, culture wars ; church leaders and pastors...; anyone interested in how true understanding unfolds-or not-amid conflict.Read more
By Gundy, Jeffrey Gene; Gundy, Jeff
The first book-length treatment of the flowering of American Mennonite writing of the last two decades, this book combines careful scholarship with Jeff Gundy's frank, sometimes sardonic, often funny, deeply engaged commentary on Mennonite writing and culture.
By Zimmerman, Earl
Zimmerman makes significant contributions to Yoder studies, including the use of archival material to provide insight into the development of Yoders thought and his relationship to mentors and peers.--Craig A. Carter, author of The Politics of the Cross: The Theology and Social E...thics of John Howard Yoder. (Christian)Read more
By Hinz-Penner, Raylene
This book grows out of a white Mennonite woman's driving curiosity to know the story of nationally known Cheyenne Peace Chief Lawrence Hart, whose grandfather was born three years after the massacre on the Washita to survivors Afraid of Beavers and Walking Woman. This grandfather... would raise his grandson to know Cheyenne ways and select him as his successor to become a principal peace chief to the Cheyennes. Meanwhile the author's people, Mennonites and her blood relatives, intertwine with Hart's people by arriving in Oklahoma to begin schools on the Cheyenne and Arapaho reservation and to settle the Oklahoma plains. Hart is a treasure. Hinz-Penner presents him shiningly, observes Robert Warrior (Osage), Edith Kinney Gaylord Presidential Professor, University of Oklahoma.Read more
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