Spring 2021 · Vol. 50 No. 1

Biblical Hermeneutics II

From the Editor: Biblical Hermeneutics II

Andrew Dyck

2–4

The Other Two Thirds: A Response to Doug Heidebrecht and Mark Wessner

Sherri Guenther Trautwein

6–13

‘It Has Seemed Good to the Holy Spirit and to Us’: From Biblicist Arguments to Pneumatological Witness

David C. Cramer

14–27

Like Goads and Like Nails’: Interpreting an Interpretive Model for Scripture Study

Gordon Matties

28–43

Heeding the logos/Logos: A Response to Doug Heidebrecht’s and Mark Wessner’s ‘Interpreting Scripture Today’

Robert J. V. Hiebert

44–55

What Are the Ties that Bind? A Reflection on Theology and Harmony

Brian Cooper

56–70

Hearing and Living the Shalom Kingdom Melody: A Mennonite Brethren Discipleship Hermeneutic

Ken Esau

71–84

Community Discernment for Making Major Group Decisions

Randy Wollf

85–96

Getting into the Story: An Introduction

Rod Schellenberg

97–106

V. George Shillington,

A Complicated Love Story: Focus on the Fourth Gospel

Terry G. Hiebert

107–109

Chris Huebner,

Suffering the Truth: Occasional Sermons and Reflections

David Widdicombe

109–112

Gordon Nickel,

The Quran with Christian Commentary: A Guide to Understanding the Scripture of Islam

Harry J. Huebner

112–113

Ronald J. Sider,

If Jesus is Lord: Loving Our Enemies in an Age of Violence

Brian Cooper

114–116

J. Denny Weaver and Gerald Mast,

Nonviolent Word: Anabaptism, the Bible, and the Grain of the Universe

Fulco van Hulst

116–118

Brian Brock,

Wondrously Wounded: Theology, Disability, and the Body of Christ

Daniel Rempel

118–121

Faculty Publications 2020

Vic Froese

122–132