Christian Scholar's Review
Volume XLVI, Number 1 (Fall 2016)

Special Issue in Honor of Don W. King--Guest Editors : Mark P. Bruce and Marion H. Larson



  • Mark P. Bruce and Marion H. Larson - Introduction: Hospitable Readers, Neighboring Texts [Abstract]
  • Susan VanZanten - Narrative and Neighborliness [Abstract]
  • Daniel Taylor - “Didn’t Our Hearts Burn within Us?” The Use and Abuse of Emotion in Storytelling [Abstract]
  • Julie Ooms - “Some Quick, However Slight, Therapy”: Neighborliness and Rebuilding Community after War in J. D. Salinger’s War Stories [Abstract]
  • John T. Netland - Rewriting the Death of Jesus: An Intertextual Reading of Shusaku Endo’s Deep River [Abstract]



  • Paul R. House - Introducing Biblical Hermeneutics—An Extended Review [Abstract]



  • Karl E. Johnson - Labor, Leisure, and Liberty—A Review Essay [Abstract]



  • Susan Windley-Daoust, Theology of the Body, Extended: The Spiritual Signs of Birth, Impairment, and Dying
  • Reviewed by Dale Goldsmith, Religion/Academic Dean, Retired

  • Stephen V. Monsma and Stanley W. Carlson-Thies, Free to Serve: Protecting the Religious Freedom of Faith-Based Organizations
  • Reviewed by Stephen M. King, Political Science, Regent University

  • Peter Horsfield, From Jesus to the Internet: A History of Christianity and Media
  • Reviewed by Craig Detweiler, Communication, Pepperdine University

  • John Byron and Joel N. Lohr, eds., I (Still) Believe: Leading Bible Scholars Share Their Stories of Faith and Scholarship
  • Reviewed by Roger Mohrlang, Theology, Whitworth University

  • Tim Clydesdale, The Purposeful Graduate: Why Colleges Must Talk to Students about Vocation
  • Reviewed by Hannah M. Adderley, Academic Resource Center, George Fox University