City:Holland's First Twenty-Five Years," ORIGINS, Vol. 16 (1998), Nr. 2,
pp. 11-16; "Decisions, Decisions:Turning Points in the Founding of
Holland," MICHIGAN HISTORICAL REVIEW, Vol. 24 (1998), Spring,pp.
48-72; and "Van Raalteand Scholte:A Soured Relationship and Personal
Rivalry," in THE SESQUICENTENNIALOF DUTCH IMMIGRATION
[Holland MI:Joint Archives of Holland and the A. C. Van Raalate
Institute, 1997), pp. 29-45.
The book ROMANIANPOLITICS, 1859-1871 by Paul E. Michelson
(Huntington College) was named by by CHOICE Magazine ofthe ALA as
"An Outstanding Academic Book for 1998). Hespent some (probably
deserved) time in a Romanian concentrationcamp this summer, giving a
paper at the SighetMemorial Conference on the Victims of Communism
in Romania. He has beennamed associate editor of the NEW
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ROMANIAN STUDIES, publishedin
Romania by the Romanian Cultural Foundation.
Mark Elliotthas been named director of the Beeson Divinity
School's Global Center at SamfordUniversity AL. THE EAST-WEST
CHURCH ANDMINISTRY REPORT, edited by Prof. Elliott, is now also
located at Beeson. Theirnew eMail address=EWCMReport@samford.edu;
their website is at www.samford.edu/groups/global/global.htm.
John D. Roth (Goshen College)delivered the 1999 Inaugural Schrag
Lectures at Messiah Collegeon the theme of "Anabaptism in
Conversation with Contemporary Culture."The lectures are namedin
honor of Martin Schrag, a charter member ofthe CFH who retired from
Messiah College in 1985.
Mark Sidwell (Bob Jones University)has published THE DIVIDING
LINE: UNDERSTANDING AND APPLYING BIBLICALSEPARATION
(Bob Jones University Press), a theological andhistorical apologetic for the
Fundamentalist position writtenon a popular level. His H-Net review of
Ron Wells, ed., HISTORY AND THE CHRISTIANHISTORIAN (1998)