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Spring 2017 · Vol. 46 No. 1 · pp. 100–106 

Recommended Reading

Paul Toews Bibliography

Kevin Enns-Rempel

BOOKS

  • Mennonites in American Society, 1930–1970: Modernity and the Persistence of Religious Community. The Mennonite Experience in America, vol. 4. Scottdale, PA: Herald, 1996.
  • Toews, Paul, ed. Bridging Troubled Waters: Mennonite Brethren at Mid-Century: Essays and Autobiographies. Perspectives on Mennonite Life and Thought 9. Winnipeg, MB: Kindred, 1995.
  • ———, ed. Mennonite Idealism and Higher Education: The Story of the Fresno Pacific College Idea. Fresno, CA: Center for Mennonite Brethren Studies, 1995.
  • ———, ed. Mennonites and Baptists: A Continuing Conversation. Perspectives on Mennonite Life and Thought 7. Winnipeg, MB: Kindred, 1993.
  • ———, ed. Pilgrims and Strangers: Essays in Mennonite Brethren History. Perspectives on Mennonite Life and Thought 1. Fresno, CA: Center for Mennonite Brethren Studies, 1977.
  • Toews, Paul, and Kevin Enns-Rempel, eds. For Everything a Season: Mennonite Brethren in North America, 1874–2002. Winnipeg, MB: Kindred, 2002.

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

  • “Aaron A. Janzen, 1882–1957.” Biographical Dictionary of Christian Missions. New York: Macmillan, 1997. {101}
  • “The City.” In The Social Gospel: Religion and Reform in Changing America, edited by Ronald C. White, Jr. and C. Howard Hopkins, 55–62. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1976.
  • “Differing Historical Imaginations and the Changing Identity of the Mennonite Brethren.” In Anabaptism Revisited: Essays on Anabaptism/Mennonite Studies in Honor of C. J. Dyck, edited by Walter Klaassen, 155–72. Scottdale, PA: Herald, 1992.
  • “Henry Cornelius Bartel, 1873–1965.” Biographical Dictionary of Christian Missions. New York: Macmillan, 1997.
  • “The Imperialism of Righteousness.” In Religion and Reform in Changing America, edited by Ronald C. White, Jr. and C. Howard Hopkins, 114–18. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1976.
  • “Mennonite Fundamentalism.” The Mennonite Encyclopedia. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press, 1990.
  • “Mennonites and the Search for Military Exemption: State Concessions and Conflicts in the 1870s.” In Voprosy Germanskoi Istorii, 81–106. Denipropetrovsk: Ministerstvo obrazovaniia I nauki Ukrainy, 2007.
  • “Religious Idealism and Academic Vocation at Fresno Pacific College.” In Models for Christian Higher Education: Strategies for Survival and Success in the Twenty-First Century, edited by Richard T. Hughes, 222–42. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1997.
  • “Searching for the Right Structures.” In For Everything a Season: Mennonite Brethren in North America, 1874–2002, edited by Paul Toews and Kevin Enns-Rempel, 55–66. Winnipeg, MB: Kindred, 2002.
  • “ ‘A Shelter in a Time of Storm’: The Establishment of Schools in the Pacific District.” In 75 Years of Fellowship: Pacific District Conference of the Mennonite Brethren Churches, 1912–1987, 57–70. Fresno, CA: Pacific District Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches, 1987.
  • “Shifting Mennonite Theological Orientations: A Response.” In Anabaptist-Mennonite Identities in Ferment, edited by Leo Driedger and Leland Harder, 50–58. Elkhart, IN: Institute of Mennonite Studies, 1990.
  • “Singing the Christian College Song in a Mennonite Key.” In Mennonite {102} Idealism and Higher Education: The Story of the Fresno Pacific College Idea, edited by Paul Toews, 89–102. Fresno, CA: Center for Mennonite Brethren Studies, 1995.
  • Toews, Paul, and Abe Dueck. “Embodying the Vision: Mennonite Brethren Higher Education.” In For Everything a Season: Mennonite Brethren in North America, 1874–2002, edited by Paul Toews and Kevin Enns-Rempel, 95–108. Winnipeg, MB: Kindred, 2002.

ARTICLES

  • “150 Years Later: Revisiting the Beginnings of the General Conference Mennonites and Mennonite Brethren.” California Mennonite Historical Society Bulletin, no. 53 (Fall 2010): 1–6.
  • “200-Year Ukraine Story Both Heroic and Tragic.” Mennonite Weekly Review, 24 June 1999, 8.
  • “The American Mennonite Search for a Useable Past: From the Declensive to the Ironic Interpretation.” The Mennonite Quarterly Review 73 (1999): 470–84.
  • “America’s National Faith and the Bicentennial.” Direction 5, no. 3 (July 1976): 3–9.
  • “California at 100: On the ‘Front Edge of History,’ a New Mennonitism Emerges, Rich in Linguistic and Cultural Diversity.” Mennonite Weekly Review, 30 October 1997, 1, 9.
  • “Centenary Anniversary of the Omsk Bruderschaft.” Mennonite Historian 33 (September 2007): 1–2, 4.
  • “Civilian Public Service and the Transformation of American Mennonites.” Mennonite Brethren Historical Society of the West Coast Bulletin, no. 19 (April 1988): 1, 5.
  • “CMHS Helps Lift the Veil on History in Russia and Ukraine.” California Mennonite Historical Society Bulletin, no. 37 (December 1999), 14–15.
  • “The Concern Movement: Its Origins and Early History.” The Conrad Grebel Review 8, no. 2 (1990): 109–26. {103}
  • “Dissolving the Boundaries and Strengthening the Nuclei: American Mennonites in the Twentieth Century.” The Christian Leader, 27 July 1982, 6–8.
  • “Do MBs Hate Themselves?” The Christian Leader, 24 January 1984, 8–10.
  • “Do We Really Want to Dissolve the General Conference?” The Christian Leader, June 1997, 16–19.
  • “Drifting down the Dnieper: Reflections on the 1995 Mennonite Heritage Cruise.” California Mennonite Historical Society Bulletin, no. 33 (March 1996): 14–17.
  • “Ellipses . . . in JB: The Autobiography of a Twentieth-Century Mennonite Pilgrim.” Direction 26, no. 2 (September 1997): 3–12.
  • “Evangelical Labeling: An Essay Review.” The Christian Leader, 24 October 1978, 6–7.
  • “Faith in Culture and Culture in Faith: The Mennonite Brethren in North America.” Journal of Mennonite Studies 6 (1988): 36–50.
  • “Faith Survived Hard Century in Russia.” Mennonite Weekly Review, 13 August 2007, 1–2.
  • “From Idealism to Activism to Acculturation.” Mennonite Weekly Review, 4 November 1999, 7.
  • “Fundamentalist Conflict in Mennonite Colleges: A Response to Cultural Transitions?” The Mennonite Quarterly Review 57 (1983): 241–56.
  • “Henry W. Lohrenz and Tabor College.” Mennonite Life 38, no. 3 (September 1983): 11–19.
  • “If Germantown Could Speak to Los Angeles.” Festival Quarterly, November 1983, 18–19.
  • “The Impact of Alternative Service on the American Mennonite World: A Critical Evaluation.” The Mennonite Quarterly Review 66 (1992): 615–27. {104}
  • “In Ukraine, a Time to Remember, to Give Thanks.” Mennonite Weekly Review, 19 October 1995, 1.
  • “J. Winfield Fretz and the Early History of Mennonite Sociology.” Mennonite Life 54, no. 2 (June 1999): 17–24.
  • “The Long Road to Union: The KMB-MB Merger.” The Christian Leader, 12 November 1985, 5–6.
  • “The Long Weekend or the Short Week: Mennonite Peace Theology, 1925–1944.” The Mennonite Quarterly Review 60 (1986): 38–57.
  • “Looking for Windows on the Mennonite and Ukrainian Past.” Mennonite Historical Society of BC Newsletter, Summer 2003, 4–5.
  • “Mennonite Myths and Realities.” Christian Living, October 1986, 21–26.
  • “Mennonites and Ukraine: The Possibilities for a New Chapter.” Mennonite Weekly Review, 11 February 1999, 1.
  • “Mennonites in American Society: Modernity and the Persistence of Religious Community.” The Mennonite Quarterly Review 63 (1989): 227–46.
  • “The New Mennonite History in Ukraine.” California Mennonite Historical Society Bulletin, no. 48 (October 2007): 1–8.
  • “Past 75 Years Were an Era of Drawing Closer Together.” Mennonite Weekly Review, 29 June 1995, 1–2.
  • “A People Apart: A View from the US Churches.” Mennonite Brethren Herald, 26 May 1987, 5–6.
  • “A People Apart or Pulling Apart a People.” Journal of Mennonite Studies 5 (1987): 144–48.
  • “Peter Klassen: Mediating the Past to Shape the Future.” California Mennonite Historical Society Bulletin, no. 51 (Fall 2009): 1–4.
  • “The Quest for the Mennonite Holy Grail: Reflections on ‘the Mennonite Experience in America’ Project.” Direction 26, no. 1 (1997): 43–61. {105}
  • “Recapturing the Russian Mennonite Story.” Mennonite Historian 30 (September 2004): 1–2, 9.
  • “Recent Interpretations of Evangelical Pluralism.” Direction 20, no. 1 (1991): 18–28.
  • “Recentering a Denomination: The Revival of Mennonite Brethren Historical Identity in the 1960s and 1970s.” California Mennonite Historical Society Bulletin, no. 23 (November 1990): 3–4.
  • “Religion American Style.” The Christian Leader, 20 January 1976, 2–5.
  • “Scholars Lift Veil of Silence on Ukraine Mennonite Story.” Mennonite Weekly Review, 24 June 1999, 8.
  • “Two Moments in the Search for a Mennonite Brethren Identity.” Direction 23, no. 2 (September 1994): 18–30.
  • “Ukrainian Archives Continue to Yield Documents Key to Unlocking the Early Mennonite Story.” California Mennonite Historical Society Bulletin, no. 38 (Spring 2003): 4–5.
  • “Vision Needed for Restructuring.” The Christian Leader, February 1999, 28–30.
  • “Where Are the Mennonites When the Country Needs Them?” The Christian Leader, 28 December 1982, 5–7.
  • “Where Do We Come from? A New Look at the Origins of the Mennonite Brethren Church.” Mennonite Brethren Herald, 12 January 1996, 4–6.
  • “Who Are We Who Gather in Reedley.” The Christian Leader, 18 September 1984, 14–15.
  • “ ‘Will a New Day Dawn from This?’ Mennonite Pacifist People and the Good War.” Mennonite Life 45, no. 4 (December 1990): 16–24.
  • “Will There be a Third Century of Russian Mennonite History?” The Christian Leader, 13 February 1990, 4–6.
  • Toews, Paul, and Walter Unger. “Recapturing the Russian Mennonite Story.” California Mennonite Historical Society Bulletin, no. 41 {106} (Fall 2004): 8–9.
  • Loewen, Royden, and Paul Toews. “ ‘Siberia’ in the Writings of North American Mennonite Historians.” Journal of Mennonite Studies 30 (January 2012): 363–72.

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