Vision journal

Vision: A Journal for Church and Theology is published twice a year to encourage theological reflection on the identity, mission and practices of the church. It focuses on these issues from an Anabaptist-Mennonite perspective.

The journal is published by the Institute of Mennonite Studies at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary and the Institute for Theology and the Church at Canadian Mennonite University, Winnipeg, Man.

You can visit Vision's website at www.MennoVision.org

Fall issue: Joy

Edited by Mary H. SchertzVision cover - Peace

Unlike other topics we have explored in the journal, joy has no substance that we can pull apart and examine, Mary Schertz writes in the editorial. “We begin the issue with companion pieces. Chris Marshall’s thoughtful essay on why Christian joy matters is followed by Julia Gingrich’s reflection on Marshall’s presentation, from the perspective of her ministry internship experience in a historic Black church in south-central Elkhart. These two essays provide a framework for reading the rest of the articles, most of which deal more specifically with various aspects of joy.”

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Here’s what you will be reading:

  • Sabbath
    Edited by Sheila Klassen-Wiebe
    Spring 2015  
  • Technology
    Edited by Andy Brubacher Kaethler