Additional Faculty Publications:
Jeffrey P. Bjorck, with A. Lazar, “Religious Support, Motives for Having Large Families, and Psychological Functioning among Religious Jewish Mothers,” Journal of Religion and Health (2009); with J. W. Kim, “Religious Coping, Religious Support, and Psychological Functioning among Short-term Missionaries,” Mental Health, Religion,
and Culture, 12, no. 7 (2009): 611–26; with R. W. Braese et al., “The Adolescent Religious Coping Scale: Development, Validation, and Cross-Validation,” Journal of Child and Family Studies (2009); and with A. A. Maslim, “Reasons for Conversion to Islam Among Women in the United States,” Psychology of Religion and Spirituality
1 (2010): 97–111.
CYNTHIA B. Eriksson, et al. (including J. P. Bjorck, A. D. Abernethy, and D. W. Foy), “Social Support, Organisational Support, and Religious Support in Relation to Burnout in Humanitarian Aid Workers,” Mental Health, Religion, and Culture, 12 (7), 671–686.
Joel B. Green, “Body, Soul, and Human Life: A Response to Dr. Scott Rae,” Perspectives in Science and Christian Faith 61 (2009): 194–49; and “Out-of-Body Experiences: What Do They Mean?” Signs of the Times, June 2009, 32–37.
Robert K. Johnston, “The Illogic of Grace,” foreword, Loving Enemies: A Manual for Ordinary People, by R. and J. Klassen (Cascadia Press, 2009).Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen, “Theologies of Religions,” position paper for the Mission and Religious Pluralism unit, Edinburgh 2010 Centennial Missions Conference.
Juan Martínez, “Assimilation,” “CEHILA,” and “Identity,” in Hispanic American Religious Cultures, ed. Miguel A. de la Torre (ABC-CLIO, 2009).
Richard J. Mouw, “Calvin’s Legacy for Public Theology,” Political Theology 10.3, 2009.
Nancey Murphy, “The Role of Philosophy in the Science/Religion Dialogue,” in A Science and Religion Primer, ed. H. A. Campbell and H. Looy (Baker, 2009); “Adolf Grunbaum on Religion, Cosmology and Morals: An Appreciation and Critique,” in Philsosphy of Religion, Physics and Psychology: Essays in Honor of Adolf Grunbaum, ed. A. Jokic (Prometheus, 2009); “Divine Action in the Natural Order: Buridan’s Ass and Schrodinger’s Cat,” in Philosophy, Science and Divine Action, ed. F. L. Shults et al. (Brill, 2009).
Richard Peace,Rediscovering Evangelism: Outreach in the United Church of Christ in the Twenty-First Century (UCC Local Church Ministries, 2009).
Cecil M. Robeck Jr., “Cooperation and the Promotion of Unity: A Pentecostal Perspective,” in Edinburgh 2010: Mission Then and Now, ed. D. A. Kerr and K. Ross (Regnum Press, 2009).
Glen H. Stassen, review of “God and Human Dignity,” by R. Burrow Jr., in The Journal of Religion; foreword to Making Reconciliation Possible, by S. Tan (Edwin Mellen Press, 2009); “Why Did These Pass the Test in the Laboratory of History?” for International Bonhoeffer Society Conference, Prague; review of Christ and Culture Revisited, D. A. Carson (Eerdmans, 2008), for Theology Today; “Biblical Teaching on Capital Punishment,” in Religion and Legal Thought and Practice, ed. H. Lesnick (Cambridge University Press, 2009); foreword to Power and Practices: Engaging the Work of John Howard Yoder, ed. J. Bergen and A. Siegrist (Herald Press: 2009); review of Peace: A History of Movements and Ideas, by D. Cortright, Christian Century (2009);
“Where Is Reinhold Niebuhr When We Need Him?” Process & Faith, Spring 2009;
“Just Peacemaking in the Context of Terrorism and Nuclear Threat,” Harvard Ichthus, April 2009.
SIANG-YANG Tan, “Lay Christian Counseling and Client Expectations for Integration in Therapy,” Journal of Psychology and Christianity 28 (2009): 113–20; “State-of-the-Art Christian Counseling: Top New Directions,” Christian Counseling Today 17, no. 1 (2009): 48–51; and a Malaysian edition of his book Rest: Experiencing God’s Peace in a Restless World (Glad Sounds, 2009).Wilbert R. Shenk, “‘Ancient Churches’ and Modern Missions in the Nineteenth Century,” in India and the Indianness of Christianity: Essays on Understanding—Historical, Theological, and Bibliographical—in Honor of Robert Eric Frykenberg, ed. R. F. Young (Eerdmans, 2009), 41–58.