Fall 2006 · Vol. 35 No. 2

The Evangelical Conscience: Responses to Ron Sider

From the Editor: The Evangelical Conscience

Douglas B. Miller

206–7

Discerning the Scandal and Its Depth

David Faber

209–21

The Biblical Witness/Invitation to an Alternative World: A Reading Strategy for the Journey

Jon Isaak

222–34

Looking for Grace and the Gospel

Harold Jantz

235–44

Being the Church in the Midst of Culture

John H. Redekop

245–52

Hope Without Eschatology?

Paul Doerksen

253–60

Reflections on the Essay Responses

Ronald J. Sider

261–65

A Short Biography of Ronald J. Sider

Douglas B. Miller

266–67

Passive Sacramentalism and Ontological Soteriology in Hans Denck and Gregory of Nyssa

Andrew Klager

268–78

Hubmaier’s Concord of Predestination with Free Will

Kirk R. MacGregor

279–99

Ministry Compass

Can Pastors Have a Good Time?

Marvin Dyck

300–304

Recommended Reading

A Select Bibliography of Ronald J. Sider’s Published Work and Additional Vitae

Ronald J. Sider

305–15

ed. Roman J. Miller, Beryl H. Brubaker, and James C. Peterson,

Viewing New Creations with Anabaptist Eyes: Ethics of Biotechnology

Jeffrey O. Henderson

316–17

J. Daryl Charles,

Between Pacifism and Jihad

William Kostlevy

317–18

J. Budziszewski,

Evangelicals in the Public Square

Kent Dunnington

319–20

David W. Bebbington,

The Dominance of Evangelicalism: The Age of Spurgeon and Moody

Richard Kyle

320–22

Mark Thiessen Nation,

John Howard Yoder: Mennonite Patience, Evangelical Witness, Catholic Convictions

William Kostlevy

322–24

Marva J. Dawn,

The Sense of the Call: A Sabbath Way of Life for Those Who Serve God, the Church, and the World

Jonah C. Kliewer

324–25