Christian Scholar's Review
Volume XLIV, Number 2 (Winter 2015)



  • Don W. King - Reflection: Standing on the Shoulders of Others [Article]


  • Derek C. Hatch - Wingless Chickens and Desiderium Naturale: The Theological Imaginations of Flannery O’Connor and Henri de Lubac [Abstract]
  • Scott Waalkes - Rethinking Work as Vocation: From Protestant Advice to Gospel Corrective [Abstract]
  • Marcia Webb - The Book of Job: A Psychologist Takes a Whirlwind Tour [Abstract]


  • George M. Marsden, The Twilight of the American Enlightenment: The 1950s and the Crisis of Liberal Belief
  • Reviewed by Arlin C. Migliazzo, History, Whitworth University

  • Paul Oslington, ed., The Oxford Handbook of Christianity and Economics
  • Reviewed by Steven McMullen, Economics, Management and Accounting, Hope College

  • George Kalantzis and Gregory W. Lee, eds., Christian Political Witness
  • Reviewed by Fred Van Geest, Political Science, Bethel University

  • Susan VanZanten, Reading A Different Story: A Christian Scholar’s Journey from America to Africa
  • Reviewed by Donald L. Cassell, Jr., Senior Fellow, Africa Portfolio, Sagamore Institute

  • Gavin D’Costa, Eleanor Nesbitt, Mark Pryce, Ruth Shelton, and Nicola Slee, Making Nothing Happen: Five Poets Explore Faith and Spirituality
  • Reviewed by Mary M. Brown, English, Indiana Wesleyan University
  • Jill Stevenson, Sensational Devotion: Evangelical Performance in Twenty-First-Century America
  • Reviewed by Steven W. Wood, Theatre and Communication, Indiana Wesleyan University
  • Scott W. Sunquist, Understanding Christian Mission: Participation in Suffering and Glory
  • Reviewed by Sarita D. Gallagher, Missiology, George Fox University
  • Michael J. Bauer, Arts Ministry: Nurturing the Creative Life of God’s People
  • Reviewed by Todd E. Johnson, Theological Director, Brehm Center for Worship Theology and the Arts, Fuller Theological Seminary
  • Michelle P. Brown, The Book and the Transformation of Britain, ca. 550-1050: A Study in Written and Visual Literacy and Orality
  • Reviewed by David Lyle Jeffrey, Literature and the Humanities, Baylor University