Spring 2006 · Vol. 35 No. 1

Old Testament Scholarship: In Honor of Allen Guenther

From the Editor: Old Testament Scholarship in Honor of Allen Guenther

Douglas B. Miller

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Divine Deception in the Exodus Event?

Ken Esau

4–17

‘Ēzer and Exodus

Randy Klassen

18–32

1 Kings 19: The Renewal of Elijah

Dan Epp-Tiessen

33–43

The Function of Imprecation in Israel’s Eighth-Century Prophets

Pierre Gilbert

44–58

Impulses to Global Mission in Isaiah

Elmer A. Martens

59–69

Psalm 33, America, and Empire

Lynn Jost

70–81

“And the Third Is Like unto It”

Paul A. Keim

82–86

A Personal Tribute to Allen Guenther

James N. Pankratz

87–90

Allen Guenther, the Scholar

Elmer A. Martens

91–94

Bibliography of Allen Guenther

Rodney Wiebe

Sherri Eason

95–103

Barth, Yoder, and J. B. Toews: My Personal Search for Systematics in Biblical Theology

Alfred Neufeld

104–26

A Systematic Theology in Outline

Alfred Neufeld

127–33

Response to J. Denny Weaver’s “Parsing Anabaptist Theology”

Thomas N. Finger

134–53

The Purpose-Driven Life: A Review Essay

Vic Froese

154–61

Race, Gender, and Mennonite Brethren Religious Identity Along the Texas-Mexico Border, Part 2

Felipe Hinojosa

162–75

Ministry Compass

Growing Christlike Together

Jeff Nikkel

176–82

Recommended Reading

On the Psalms

Douglas B. Miller

183–86

ed. Alvin Dueck and Cameron Lee,

Why Psychology Needs Theology: A Radical-Reformation Perspective

Gary L. Welton

187–89

Edmund Janzen,

Turning the World Upside Down: Studies in the Acts of the Apostles

Gary Yamasaki

189–90

Peter Enns,

Inspiration and Incarnation: Evangelicals and the Problem of the Old Testament

Lynn Jost

190–91

ed. James Krabill, et al.,

Anabaptists Meeting Muslims

Titus F. Guenther

191–93

Douglas A. Sweeney,

The American Evangelical Story

Richard Kyle

194–95

Current Research

Douglas B. Miller

196–203