Fall 2009 · Vol. 38 No. 2

Always in Process: Essays in Honor of John E. Toews

From the Editors: Always in Process: Essays in Honor of John E. Toews

Gordon Zerbe

Will Friesen

Laura Roberts

132–133

Holding to the Center: The Life of John E. Toews

Valerie Rempel

134–150

New Testament Theology in the Tradition of John E. Toews

Jon Isaak

151–162

Intertext Messaging: Echoes of the Aaronic Blessing (Numbers 6:24-26)

Elmer Martens

163–178

The Use of Psalms in Mark

Timothy J. Geddert

179–192

Citizenship and Politics According to Philippians

Gordon Zerbe

193–208

Christian Psychology and the (Ir)relevance of Jesus

Alvin Dueck

David Goodman

Adam Ghali

209–222

Leading from the Front: A Tribute to the Contribution of John E. Toews to Mennonite Higher Education

James Pankratz

223–232

From Generation To Generation? Faith and Culture in One Russian Mennonite Immigrant Family (Part 2)

Robert Enns

233–245

Ministry Compass

It’s All About Me, Jesus: The Narcissistic Worship Leader

Cory Seibel

246–253

Recommended Reading

John E. Toews Bibliography

Editors

254–259

Nathan Kerr,

Christ, History and Apocalyptic: The Politics of Christian Mission

Justin Neufeld

260–262

Pierre Gilbert,

Demons, Lies and Shadows: A Plea for a Return to Text and Reason

Jamie Howison

262–265

Myron S. Augsburger,

The Fugitive: Menno Simons, Spiritual Leader in the Free Church Movement

Royden Loewen

265–267

Walter Klaassen and William Klassen,

Marpeck: A Life of Dissent and Conformity

Karl Koop

267–269

Paul Redekop,

Changing Paradigms: Punishment and Restorative Discipline

Andy Alexis-Baker

269–271