The Mennonite Quarterly Review: January 2015
This issue of the Mennonite Quarterly Review is devoted to the theme of sexual abuse - and the related motifs of discipline, healing, and forgiveness - within the Mennonite Church, with a particular focus on the controversy surrounding the actions of its most widely recognized theologian, John Howard Yoder.
See Table of contents.
- “Defanging the Beast”: Mennonite Responses to John Howard Yoder’s Sexual Abuse (Bishop Accountability link)
Rachel Waltner Goossen
- Sexual Abuse by Church Leaders and Healing for Victims (MQR link)
Carolyn Holderread Heggen
- Congregational Responses to Abuse and Trauma: The Persistent Hope of Shalom
- Naming the Pain, Seeking the Light: The Mennonite Church’s Response to Sexual Abuse
Linda Gehman Peachey
- Seventy Times Seven: Abuse and the Frustratingly Extravagant Call To Forgive (MQR link)
Gayle Gerber Koontz
- Anabaptist Re-Vision: On John Howard Yoder’s Misrecognized Sexual Politics
- By What Criteria Does a “Grand, Noble Experiment” Fail? What the Case of John Howard Yoder Reveals about the Mennonite Church
Paul Martens and David Cramer
- Review Essay: Hans-Juergen Goertz, John Howard Yoder: Radikaler Pazifismus im Gespräch
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