Spring 2012 · Vol. 41 No. 1

Atonement

From the Editor: Atonement

Vic Froese

2–3

Substitution: The Sure Foundation of Atonement

Walter Unger

4–17

Atonement in the Mennonite Brethren Confession of Faith

Doug Heidebrecht

18–33

Mennonite Brethren Atonement Confessions and Mission

Jon Isaak

Andrew Dyck

34–41

He Never Meant for Us to Die! An Incursion into Genesis 1–3

Pierre Gilbert

42–56

Our Turn—A Brief Theology of Sin

Paul Cumin

57–72

Christ Died: Love, Grace, and the Reconciling Work of God

Erwin Penner

73–80

Theological Foundations for Mission: Do We ‘Get’ the Big Picture?

Bryan Born

Mark Wessner

81–96

Which Courtroom and What Narrative Shapes Your Atonement Theology?

Mark D. Baker

97–110

Recovering the Scandal of the Cross: A ‘Redaction-Critical’ Reflection

Ryan Schellenberg

111–124

Anabaptist Christology, Racial Reconciliation, and Postconservative Evangelical Theology

J. Denny Weaver

Gerald J. Mast

125–138

We Preach Jesus Christ, the Crucified

A. H. Unruh

trans. Harold Jantz

139–147

Ministry Compass

The Crucified God: Mark 15:25–39

Peter K. Stevenson

148–164

Recommended Reading

Atonement: A Bibliography

Vic Froese

165–183

Douglas B. Miller,

Ecclesiastes

August H. Konkel

184–185

Peter J. Leithart,

Defending Constantine: The Twilight of an Empire and the Dawn of Christendom

Melanie Kampen

186–188

Alan Soffin,

Rethinking Religion: Beyond Scientism, Theism, and Philosophic Doubt

Ryan Dueck

188–190

ed. James Krabill,

Mission From the Margins: Selected Writings from the Life and Ministry of David A. Shank

Titus Guenther

190–192

Dawn Ruth Nelson,

A Mennonite Woman: Exploring Life and Identity

Lori Matties

192–194

ed. Alain Epp Weaver,

A Table of Sharing: Mennonite Central Committee and the Expanding Networks of Mennonite Identity

Stefan Epp-Koop

194–196

John Berard, James Penner, and Rick Bartlett,

Consuming Youth: Leading Teens Through Consumer Culture

Nathan Koslowsky

196–198

Faculty Publications 2011

Vic Froese

199–208