Fall 2011 · Vol. 40 No. 2

Does God Behave Badly? Answers and Questions

From the Editor: Does God Behave Badly?

Vic Froese

132–133

Introducing Disturbing Divine Behavior

Eric A. Seibert

134–140

Difficult Conversations: A Dialogue with Eric Seibert’s Disturbing Divine Behavior

Gordon H. Matties

141–150

Wrestling with Violent Depictions of God: A Response to Eric Seibert’s Disturbing Divine Behavior

W. Derek Suderman

151–162

Thoughts on Eric Seibert’s Disturbing Divine Behavior

Wilma Ann Bailey

163–167

Disturbing Scholarly Behavior: Seibert’s Solution to the Problem of the Old Testament God

Ken Esau

168–178

Teaching the Old Testament: The ‘Problem’ of the Old Testament Revisited

Waldemar Janzen

179–197

Hermeneutics, Historicity, and Jesus—Responses to Disturbing Divine Behavior: A Rejoinder

Eric A. Seibert

198–206

Taunts of the Divine Warrior in Job 40:6–14

Randy Klassen

207–218

People of the Book: The Significance of Mennonite Brethren Biblicism and Hermeneutics

Doug Heidebrecht

219–231

A Tribute to Hans Kasdorf: A Gentleman, a Scholar, and More

Elmer A. Martens

232–234

Ministry Compass

Living Under God’s Judgment

Dan Epp-Tiessen

235–240

Recommended Reading

God and Violence: A Selected and Annotated Bibliography

Vic Froese

241–247

Paul Copan,

Is God a Moral Monster? Making Sense of the Old Testament God

Ken Esau

248–249

Mark Jantzen,

Mennonite German Soldiers Nation, Religion and Family in the Prussian East, 1772–1880

Peter J. Klassen

250–252

Férdia J. Stone-Davis,

Musical Beauty: Negotiating the Boundary between Subject and Object

Cheryl Pauls

253–254

Greg Forster,

The Contested Public Square: The Crisis of Christianity and Politics

John Perry

254–256

ed. Chris K. Huebner and Tripp York,

The Gift of Difference: Radical Orthodoxy, Radical Reformation

Melanie Kampen

256–258

Paul Doerksen,

Beyond Suspicion: Post-Christian Protestant Political Theology in John Howard Yoder and Oliver O’Donovan

Joseph Wiebe

258–260