Mennonite Quarterly Review

The Mennonite Quarterly Review is a journal devoted to Anabaptist-Mennonite history, thought, life and affairs.

Articles from Vol. 78, No. 3, July

Anabaptist Faith and American Democracy
In discerning how best to fulfill their role as citizens of the United States, present-day American Anabaptists should take seriously sixteenth-century Anabaptism, which provides a model for courageous, uninhibited engagement with the wider culture....
A Neo-Anabaptist Approach to Missions: Ralph and Genevieve Buckwalter and the Hokkaido Mennonite Church, 1949-1980
Abstract: Ralph and Genevieve Buckwalter's approach to Mennonite missionary service in Hokkaido, Japan, embodied an emerging neo-Anabaptist vision of missions that stood in sharp contrast to the Mennonite mission movement of the nineteenth century,...
"As You Go": John Howard Yoder as a Mission Theologian
Abstract: In this essay, I intend to portray John Howard Yoder as a mission theologian who consistently turned to the Scriptures and to the Radical Reformation tradition for insight on current issues of mission and evangelism. In his missional writings,...
David Joris, Pietist Saint: The Appeal to Joris in the Writings of Christian Hoburg, Gottfried Arnold and Johann Wilhelm Petersen
Abstract: A growing field of scholarship has been probing the connections between late seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century German Pietism and the sixteenth-century Reformation radicals. David Joris (1501-1556), a prolific sixteenth-century Anabaptist...
Ephesians
Ephesians. By Thomas R. Yoder Neufeld. Believers Church Bible Commentary. Waterloo, Ont., and Scottdale, Pa.: Herald Press. 2002. Pp. 400. $29.99, U.S.; $46.79, Can. Writing a review on a biblical commentary presents an interesting exercise, since...
Preface to Theology: Christology and Theological Method
Preface to Theology: Christology and Theological Method. By John Howard Yoder. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Brazos Press. 2002. Pp. 431. $34.99. That Brazos Press has published John H. Yoder's Preface to Theology: Christology and Theological Method is a...
Review Essay: Christology in the Political Theology of Oliver O'Donovan
Abstract: Jesus Christ plays a central role for Oliver O'Donovan's Christian ethics generally, as he sees the resurrection as the basis for moral action and as the vindication of creation. This fundamental argument of Resurrection and Moral Order,...
The Free Church and the Early Church: Bridging the Historical and Theological Divide
The Free Church and the Early Church: Bridging the Historical and Theological Divide. Edited by D. H. Williams. Grand Rapids, Mich.: William B. Eerdmans. 2002. Pp. 183. $16, paper. The early church has been problematic for the free churches. Free...
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