New issue of the Conrad Grebel Review

Friday, November 5, 2021

The Winter 2021 issue of The Conrad Grebel Review is now available online and in print.

This issue of  The Conrad Grebel Review  completes a series of articles on ecology and land that addresses the challenges and opportunities posed by the “Environmental Politics” of Jedediah Purdy. 

The series began in the Fall 2020 issue with articles by Joseph R. Wiebe, Peter Dula, Sarah Stewart-Kroeker, and Daniel Sims. This issue includes the following articles continuing this disuccsion, as well as a response from Jedediah Purdy.

  • Sunder John Boopalan, Transnational Solidarities
  • Julia Spicher Kasdorf, God and Land: Remembering Dreams of Commonwealth
  • Isaac Villegas, Wounded Life

Also in this issue are a number of book reviews, many written by TMTC affiliates, including:

  • Chris Friesen's review of Providence: A Biblical, Historical, and Theological Account by Mark W. Elliott
  • Gerald Ens's review of Recovering from the Anabaptist Vision: New Essays in Anabaptist Identity and Theological Method edited by Laura Schmidt Roberts, Paul Martens, and Myron A. Penner
  • Hyejung Jessie Yum's review of Liberating the Politics of Jesus: Renewing Peace Theology Through the Wisdom of Women edited by Elizabeth Soto Albrecht and Darryl W. Stephens
  • Jeremy McClung's review of Speaking of God: An Essential Guide to Christian Thought by Anthony G. Siegrist

CGR seeks to advance thoughtful, sustained discussions of theology, peace, society, and culture from broadly-based Anabaptist/Mennonite perspectives. The editors  welcome submissions on diverse topics from a wide range of academic fields and invite written responses to previously published articles.

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