Tortured Wonders

Rodney Clapp, Brazos Press, 2005

By Gareth Higgins

In the church of my youth we often sang a song that anticipated a church made up of ‘dancers who dance upon injustice’ – a noble sentiment, to be sure, but not enough by itself to actually lead to real live, fleshed-out dancers actually doing any kind of two-step on the injustices that plague our world. It was all too easy to live our faith primarily in our hearts. It was entirely possible to turn up to church in gas-guzzling SUVs, and read

Cynicism and Hope: Reclaiming Discipleship in a Post-Democratic Society

02/11/2007 - 06:00
03/11/2007 - 21:00

We're writing on behalf of a group of young people from Reba Place Church in South Evanston and Living Water Community Church in Rogers Park. Tim Nafziger and I, Charletta Erb, spent time at the London Mennonite Peace Centre not so long ago.

Polish Anabaptism in the 16th : a story little told

by Michael I. Bochenski

For a country known internationally as one of the most decidedly Catholic in the world, the multi-cultural and multi-faith state of affairs in the Poland of the sixteenth century comes as a surprise.

Abolishing the Laity: an Anabaptist perspective

by Alan Kreider

God and Violence

Patricia McDonald: Herald Press, 2004

By Alun Morinan

Through the Eyes of Another: Intercultural Reading of the Bible

Edited by Hans de Wit, Louis Jonker, Marleen Kool, Daniel Schipani: Institute of Mennonite Studies with the Free University of Amsterdam, 2004

By Alison Phelps

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