New Issue of The Conrad Grebel Review

Friday, October 30, 2020

The Spring 2020 issue of the Conrad Grebel Review is now available online. The issue includes an essay by TMTC Research Fellow Jason Reimer Greig as well as a number of other provocative pieces on the intersection of Anabaptist theology and disability theology. Articles include:

  • Melanie A. Howard, Jesus’ Healing Ministry in New Perspective: Towards a Cultural Model of Disability in Anabaptist-Mennonite Hermeneutics
  • Kathy Dickson, Disability and Mennonite Theologies: Resisting “Normal” as Justice Anytime and in a Global Pandemic
  • Jason Reimer Greig, Re-Imagining Narratives: Anabaptist Baptismal Theology and Profound Cognitive Impariment
  • Melissa Florer-Bixler, Believers Baptism as Supported Decision
  • Keith Dow, Simplicity, Purity of Heart, and the Gift of Limits
  • Daniel Rempel, Glassenheit and Intellectual Disability
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