Spring 2001 · Vol. 30 No. 1

Education and Theology: Essays in Honor of Walter Unger

From the Editors: Education and Theology: Essays in Honor of Walter Unger

Gerald Janzen

David Giesbrecht

2–3

The Measure of Five Decades: An Insider's Tribute to Walter Unger

George Schmidt

5–12

The Bible College: Whose Vision Is It?

Carlin Weinhauer

13–20

“Monuments to God’s Faithfulness”: Mennonite Brethren Bible Schools in Western Canada, 1913-1960

Bruce L. Guenther

21–32

Searching for a Safe Landing

James N. Pankratz

33–44

Mentoring in Higher Education

Ron Penner

45–52

Evangelical Versions of Jesus

Walter Unger

53–62

Jonathan Edwards and Emotional Knowledge of God

Myron Penner

63–75

Human Free Will and Divine Determinism: Pharaoh, a Case Study

Pierre Gilbert

76–87

Recognizing the Contributions of Dr. Walter Unger

David Giesbrecht

Anne Andres

88–100

Ministry Compass

The New Adult: Life in the Brave New World

Tamira Regier Wiebe

101–4

Recommended Reading

On the Church and Our Culture

Raymond O. Bystrom

105–8

ed. Ted Grimsrud and Loren L. Johns,

Peace and Justice Shall Embrace: Power and Theopolitics in the Bible

Wilma Ann Bailey

109–10

Eugene H. Peterson,

The Unnecessary Pastor: Rediscovering the Call

Gaylord L. Goertzen

110–11

Jacob A. Loewen,

Educating Tiger: My Spiritual and Intellectual Journey

Perry Klassen

111–12

Rod Janzen,

The Prairie People: Forgotten Anabaptists

Richard Kyle

113–14

Gladys Blyth,

When God Opens the Door

Jacob A. Loewen

114–15

ed. Susan Biesecker-Mast and Gerald Biesecker-Mast,

Anabaptists and Postmodernity

John K. Sheriff

115–17

Current Research

David Giesbrecht

118–120