publishes "His Servant,"a monthly newsletter aiding all Christians in
making informed decisions about Macintosh hardware, software,and
available utilities to enhance the performance and ease of computing.
The Southern Jewish Historical Society announces thelaunching of
a new refereed journal, Southern Jewish History. The first issue ofthis
annual publication is tentatively scheduled to appear in 1998. Allinquiries
concerning submission of manuscripts should be directed toDr. Mark K.
Bauman, Editor, Southern Jewish History, Social Science Division, Atlanta
Metropolitan College, Atlanta,GA 30310; eMail=mbauman@peachnet.
The NorthStar: An Online Journal of African-American Religious
History is edited by Judith Weisenfeld, Barnard College andAlbert G.
Miller, Oberlin College. They invite submissions of articles, reviews(book,
film, theater, music, museum,web, cd-rom), research reports, documents,
or bibliographiesfor a new electronic journal devoted to African-
American religioushistory. The journal's primary focus will be on
historical studies, that explore the religious culturesof people of African
descent in the United States. It will,however, consider work from other
disciplines and/or that deals in acomparative way with other areas of the
African diaspora, as well aswith regions in Africa. Author should submit
four copies to: Judith Weisenfeld, Department ofReligion, Barnard
College, 3009 Broadway, New York, NY 10027-6598;212/854-5071;
A Call for Papers
Conference onApocalypticism and Millennialism: Shaping a Believers
Church Eschatology for the 21st Century, A Believers Church Conference
August 8-10, 1999 at Bluffton College
Rationale:Diverse histories and theological convictionswith
regard tomillennialism and apocalyptic thought have flourished in the
broadly defined believers church tradition. Currently, the dawnof a new
millennium hassparked renewed attention to a broad spectrum of issues