Omnibus Edition: May 2020
Although the essays in this issue were not written in response to a call on a specific theme, each of them wrestles in its own way with possibilities for a different, non-imperial form of mission—one centered in trust in God, in care for the marginalized, in healing transformation of conflict, and in resistance to injustice. Anabaptism is no stranger to imperialism, having been its victim and its agent—and sometimes both at the same time. These essays are born of that acquaintance and point to a more healthy and just Anabaptist witness.
- "Editorial" by Jamie Pitts
- "The “Third Testament”: American Exceptionalism as a Case Study in the Global Temptation to Embrace Political Idolatry" by Timothy Paul Erdel and Robby Christopher Prenkert
- "Freedom, Truth, and Peace: Believers Church and Political Involvement" by Johannes Reimer
- "Confession of Faith in a Mennonite Perspective in Missional Perspective" by J. Denny Weaver
- "Human Creation Accounts in Genesis 1–3" by Dorothy Yoder Nyce
- "Toward a Missiology of Migration and Transnationality" by Jonathan Bornman
- "Anabaptist Mennonite Teachings: The Light That Leads toward a Life of Conflict Transformation through Peacebuilding in the African Great Lakes Region" by Safari Dieudonné Kizungu
- "Seeds of Mission" by David Rensberger
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