Fall 2005 · Vol. 34 No. 2

Culture Critique

From the Editor: Culture Critique

Douglas B. Miller

132

Mennonite Brethren and the Next Church

Richard Kyle

133–44

Race, Gender, and Mennonite Brethren Religious Identity Along the Texas-Mexico Border, Part 1

Felipe Hinojosa

145–58

Genesis 1 as Critique of Japanese Culture

Hironori Minamino

159–69

Phinehas and the Pharisees: Identity and Tolerance in Biblical Perspective

Ryan Schellenberg

Tim Geddert

170–80

Distinction and Function in the Church: Reading Galatians 3:28 in Context

Doug Heidebrecht

181–93

Conceiving Violence: The Apocalypse of John and the Left Behind Series

Loren L. Johns

194–214

The “Enduring Problem” of Christ and Culture

Bruce L. Guenther

215–27

Between Victory and Victimhood: Reflections on Culture and Martyrdom

Chris K. Huebner

228–40

Parsing Anabaptist Theology: A Review Essay of Thomas N. Finger’s A Contemporary Anabaptist Theology

J. Denny Weaver

241–63

Ministry Compass

The Courageous in the Land

Tom Friesen

264–69

Recommended Reading

On Movies as Spiritual Discipline

Gordon H. Matties

270–86

David Dunn-Wilson,

A Mirror for the Church: Preaching in the First Five Centuries

Lynn Jost

287–88

Alemu Checole, Samuel Asefa, et al.,

Africa

Keith L. Sprunger

288–89

Stephen G. Dempster,

Dominion and Dynasty: A Theology of the Hebrew Bible

Elmer A. Martens

290–91

Herb Kopp,

A Gospel for a New People: Studies in the Sermon on the Mount

Doug Heidebrecht

291–92

John E. Toews,

Romans

Jerry D. Truex

292–95

ed. Sheila E. McGinn,

Celebrating Romans: Template for Pauline Theology

John E. Toews

295–96

Rodney Clapp,

Tortured Wonders: Christian Spirituality for People, Not Angels

Janet E. Boldt

297–98

Lyle W. Dorsett,

Seeking the Secret Place: The Spiritual Formation of C. S. Lewis

Douglas B. Miller

298–99