Vol. 108, No. 1 Winter 2011
Ecology and Environment After the Oil Spill
9 First Words . . . Editorial Introduction: Thinking about Ecology—Environment after the Spill:
A Reflection from the Beginning of this Conversation By Richard P. Olson, Distinguished Professor
of Pastoral Theology, Central Baptist Theological Seminary, Shawnee, Kansas.
13 A Word From. . .Where Are You, God? Reflections on Spirituality and the Holocaust By Bill J. Leonard,
Professor of Church History, School of Divinity, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
17 A Word About. . .A Budding Theologian: Clint Eastwood By David M. May, Professor of Pastoral Theology,
Central Baptist Theological Seminary, Shawnee, Kansas, and a member of the Editorial Board of Review & Expositor.
23 To Love as God Loves: The Spirit of Dominion By William Greenway, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Philosophical
Theology, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Austin, Texas.
Essay on the BP Oil Spill By G. Reid Doster, DMin, LPC, LMFT, a pastor and professional counselor in
private practice, Coordinator of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (CBF) of Louisiana, and Associate
Coordinator for CBF National Disaster Response.
53 Light in Darkness: Pastoral Conversations from Plaquemines Parish By Samuel C. Tolbert Jr., President
of the Louisiana Home & Foreign Missions Baptist State Convention, and Pastor of Greater St. Mary Missionary
Baptist Church, Lake Charles, Louisiana.
61 The Grace of Good Food and the Call to Good Farming By Norman Wirzba, Research Professor of
Theology, Ecology, and Rural Life, Duke Divinity School, Durham, North Carolina.
73 Christian Prophetic Leadership for the Environment Richard O. Randolph, ordained minister in the
United Methodist Church, has served in the parish as well as teaching in a seminary and a medical school.
91 The Story of the Earth according to Paul: Romans 8:18-23 By Richard Bauckham, retired Professor of
New Testament Studies and Bishop Wardlaw Professor, University of St. Andrews, Scotland, now Professor
Emeritus at St. Andrews. He is Senior Scholar at Ridley Hall, Cambridge and is also a Visiting Professor at St.
Mellitus College, London.
99 The Calls from the Gulf Shore Tragedy—an Editor’s Response By Richard P. Olson, Distinguished
Professor of Pastoral Theology, Central Baptist Theological Seminary, Shawnee, Kansas.
Words About Recent Books
107 Edited by Robert R. Ellis, Associate Dean and Phillips Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament, Logsdon
School of Theology, Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, Texas.
141 Books Received