I’m really, really behind on promoting this issue of the Brethren in Christ History and Life journal. Nevertheless, I’m really excited about this one — the first issue edited by me and new editor-in-chief Harriet Sider Bicksler! Here’s the table of contents:
– Lois A. Saylor, “The Life Vicarious: Writing and Wandering in Poetry”
– John R. Yeatts, “Why Is Our History Important?: The Significance of the Brethren in Christ Tradition for the Twenty-First Century”
– Luke L. Keefer, Jr., “The Three Streams in Our Heritage: Separate or Parts of a Whole?”
– Elizabeth Claassen Thrush, “Fellow Pilgrims: A Response to Luke L. Keefer, Jr.”
– Scott Elkins, “Sipping from the Fire Hydrant of Evangelicalism: A Response to Luke L. Keefer, Jr.”
Readers: What are your favorite articles in this most recent issue of the journal, and why?