Contents

Vol. 107, No. 4                                                         Fall 2010

                        The Economy and the Kingdom of God

First Words

                                     

455   First Words . . . Editorial  Introduction By David M. May, Professor of New Testament, Central Baptist

                        Theological Seminary, Shawnee, Kansas, and a member of the Editorial Board of Review & Expositor.

 

 457   A Word From. . . By David Goatley, Executive Secretary-Treasurer of the Lott Carey Baptist Foreign Mission

                            Convention, Washington, D.C.

 459  A Word About. . . Owning the Baptist Past By Dalen C. Jackson, Academic Dean and Professor of Biblical Studies,

                        Baptist Seminary of Kentucky, Georgetown, Kentucky.


Thematic Words

 

463   Amos Economics By Robert R. Ellis, Associate Dean and Phillips Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament,

                    Logsdon Seminary of Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, Texas, and Book Review Editor of Review & Expositor.

481 Ancient Economics—Modern Interpreters: The World of Jesus By David M. May, Professor of New

                    Testament at Central Baptist Theological Seminary, Shawnee, Kansas, and a member of the Editorial Board of Review & Expositor.

 

499  Pastoral Care During Economic Crisis By Ruth Lofgren Rosell, Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology— Pastoral Care

                    and Counseling, Central Baptist Theological Seminary, Shawnee, Kansas.

 

513  Left Behind: The American Dream and the Hispanic Dilemma By Miguel A De La Torre, Professor of Social Ethics,

                    Iliff School of Theology, Denver, Colorado.

 

525   “Jesus Was a Low Wage Worker”: Reading the Bible in the Living Wage Movement By Tina Pippin, Professor of

                    Religious Studies, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Georgia.

 

 

                Expository Words

545   “Widow’s Mite or Widow’s Plight:  On Exegetical Abuse, Textual Harassment and Learning Prophetic Exegesis”

                    By André Resner, Professor of Homiletics and Church Worship, Hood Theological Seminary, Salisbury, North Carolina.

 

 

                Words About Recent Books

557  Edited by Robert R. Ellis, Associate Dean and Phillips Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament, Logsdon School of Theology,

                    Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, Texas.

 

 

                Indexes

579  Books Received

          Books Reviewed

585  Annual Index