The December 2016 issue of the Brethren in Christ History and Life journal is heading to your mailbox as we speak!
The edition is chock full of great content, including two full-length research articles and numerous book reviews of recent titles in Anabaptist and Wesleyan history, theology, and cultural studies. Here’s the table of contents:
- Michael R. Brown, “Janice Holt Giles and the ‘White Caps’ of Kentucky: A Novelist Portrays the Brethren in Christ”
- Dwight W. Thomas, “A History of Sikalongo Mission, Part I: Beginning a New Work, 1912-1931”
In addition to the print issue headed to members’ mailboxes, the issue will soon be available on the Historical Society’s website. Members of the Society will have full online access; non-members will be able to read the full version of at least one of the feature articles.
Readers: What’s your favorite article in this most recent issue of the Brethren in Christ History and Life journal?