Spring 2010 · Vol. 39 No. 1

The Emerging Church: Critiques and Appreciations

From the Editor: The Emerging Church: Critiques and Appreciations

Vic Froese

1–2

The Air is Not Quite Fresh: Emerging Church Ecclesiology

Paul Doerksen

3–18

Anabaptism and Emergence: Collision or Convergence

Alan Stucky

19–31

The Emergent Church: A Methodological Critique

Travis I. Barbour

Nicholas E. Toews

32–40

Can Mennonite Brethren Be Missional?

Tim Neufeld

41–55

The Heart of God in the Heart of the City: Missional Vocation and the Urban Congregation

Cory L. Seibel

56–70

Ancient Monasticism and the Anabaptist Future: A Tale of Two Reformers

Leonard Hjalmarson

71–83

Education and Entrepreneurship: A Personal Journey

Arthur Wiebe

84–96

Ministry Compass

Why I Can’t Write an Article on the Emergent Church

Rick Bartlett

97–105

Recommended Reading

The Emerging Church: A Select Bibliography

Vic Froese

106–112

Phyllis Tickle,

The Great Emergence: How Christianity is Changing and Why

Vic Froese

113–115

Alan J. Roxburgh and M. Scott Boren,

Introducing the Missional Church: What It Is, Why It Matters, How to Become One

Michael VandenEnden

115–117

T. D. Regehr,

A Generation of Vigilance: The Lives and Work of Johannes and Tina Harder

Brian Froese

117–119

Peter J. Klassen,

Mennonites in Early Modern Poland and Prussia

Steven Schroeder

119–120

Rod Janzen,

Paul Tschetter: The Story of a Hutterite Immigrant Leader, Pioneer, and Pastor

John J. Friesen

121–123

ed. Sandor Goodhart, Tom Ryba, Jørgen Jørgensen, and James Williams,

For René Girard: Essays in Friendship and in Truth

Grant Poettcker

123–125

Wendell J. Loewen,

Beyond Me: Grounding Youth Ministry in God’s Story

Rob Rhea

125–127

Steven “Reece” Friesen,

Pax Avalon: Confliction Revolution

Richard Rempel

125–127

Current Research

Vic Froese

129–135