Vol. 107, No. 3 Summer 2010
The Gospel of Mark
297 First Words . . . Editorial Introduction By R. Alan Culpepper, Professor of New Testament and Dean,
McAfee School of Theology, Atlanta, Georgia.
301 A Word From. . . By David Goatley, Executive Secretary-Treasurer of the Lott Carey Baptist Foreign
Mission Convention, Washington, D.C.
303 A Word About. . . Signs of the ‘Times’ By Barry Jones, Associate Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew
and Associate Dean, Campbell University Divinity School, Buies Creek, North Carolina.
306 A Word From. . .the Managing Editor By Mark E. Biddle, Professor of Old Testament at the Baptist
Seminary of Richmond, Virginia and Managing Editor of Review & Expositor.
309 The Traditional Model: Teaching the Bible as Religious Instruction By Joel F. Williams,
Professor of New Testament Studies, Cedarville University, Cedarville, Ohio.
323 The Gospel of Mark: Baptist Voices in Biblical Scholarship By Dalen C. Jackson, Academic Dean and
Professor of Biblical Studies, Baptist Seminary of Kentucky, Georgetown, Kentucky.
Walker, Associate Pastor for Music & Worship, Peachtree Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia.
Theology, Atlanta, Georgia.
Baptist Theological Seminary of Zimbabwe, and visiting Professor of Theology, Baptist
Theological Seminary at Richmond, Virginia.
381 Naming the Dog: Another Asian Reading of Mark 7:24-30 By Poling Sun, Professor of Biblical
Studies, Baptist Theological Seminary of Singapore.
395 How Who I Am Affects What I See: Reading Mark with Latin American Eyes By
Raimundo Cesar Barreto, Jr., holds a Ph.D. Degree in Christian Social Ethics from Princeton
Theological Seminary. He spent the past six years in teaching and pastoral activities in Brazil. He
currently serves as Director of Freedom and Justice of the Baptist World Alliance.
413 What Are You Afraid Of? By Kelly Pigott, University Chaplain and Assistant Professor of
Theology, Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, Texas.
419 Faith on Edge: The Difficult Case of the Spirit-Seized Boy in Mark 9:14-29 By F. Scott Spencer,
Professor of New Testament and Preaching at the Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond,
Virginia, and a member of the Editorial Board of Review & Expositor.
Words About Recent Books
427 Edited by Robert R. Ellis, Associate Dean and Phillips Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament, Logsdon
School of Theology, Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, Texas.
441 Books Received