TABLE OF CONTENTS

Christian Scholar's Review
Volume XLIII, Number 1 (Fall 2013)


NOTES FROM THE EDITOR

ARTICLES

  • Dennis Hiebert - Problems and Possibilities of Sociology as Prophetic [Abstract]

  • Aaron B. James - Rehabilitating Willow Creek: Megachurches, De Certeau, and the Tactics of Navigating Consumer Culture [Abstract]

  • Phillip Luke Sinitiere - Will the Evangelical Church Remove the Color Line?: Historical Reflections on Divided by Faith [Abstract]

REVIEW ESSAY

  • Katie Kresser - Art and Theology—A Review Essay [Abstract]

FOR THE CLASSROOM

  • Adam Perez and Mark Peters - For the Classroom: Liberal Arts for the Christian Life [Abstract]

REVIEWS

  • Bruno Dyck, Management and the Gospel: Luke's Radical Message for the First and Twenty-First Centuries
  • Reviewed by Craig Hinnenkamp, Global Commerce and Management, Whitworth
    University

  • Harry Lee Poe & Jimmy H. Davis, God and the Cosmos: Divine Activity in Space, Time, and History
  • Reviewed by Don Petcher, Physics, Covenant College

  • Kendra G. Hotz and Matthew T. Mathews, Dust and Breath: Faith, Health—And Why the Church Should Care About Both
  • Reviewed by Max A. Hunter, Biology, Seattle Pacific University

  • Warren S. Brown and Brad D. Strawn, The Physical Nature of Christian Life: Neuroscience, Psychology, & the Church
  • Reviewed by William M. Struthers, Psychology, Wheaton College

  • Charles Taliaferro, The Golden Cord: A Short Book of the Secular and the Sacred
  • Reviewed by John W. Wright, Theology and Christian Ministry, Point Loma Nazarene University

  • William B. Frame, The American College Presidency as Vocation: Easing the Burden, Enhancing the Joy
  • Reviewed by Jerry Pattengale, Assistant Provost, Indiana Wesleyan University
  • Katherine Elliot Van Liere, Simon Ditchfield, and Howard Louthan (eds)., Sacred History: Uses of the Christian Past in the Renaissance World
  • Reviewed by Melissa Franklin Harkrider, History, Wheaton College
  • Ronald E. Heine, Classical Christian Doctrine: Introducing the Essentials of the Ancient Faith
  • Reviewed by Kyle A. Schenkewitz, Theological Studies, Saint Louis University