Her report, titled "Defanging the Beast: Mennonite Responses to John Howard Yoder's Sexual Abuse," was published in the January 2015 issue of The Mennonite Quarterly Review.
Thomas Creedy wrote in regards to a recent book published by called Since anthropology and spiritual formation are such vitally valuable topics for the Church to engage upon, and the intersection of ethics and theology so important, I think Creedy is onto something when he ponders why in the world Chalke would reference Howard Yoder.
. The following biographical sketch of Yoder in relation to mission is based upon three works by Mark Thiessen Nation: ?The Ecumenical Patience and Vocation of John Howard Yoder: A Study of Theological Ethics? (Ph.D. diss., Fuller Theological Seminary, 2000); ?He Came Preaching Peace: The Ecumenical Peace Witness of John H. Yoder,? 16 (1998), 65?76; and ?John Howard Yoder: Mennonite, Evangelical, Catholic,? 72 (July 2003), 357?370.
Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary in Elkhart will host an event March 22 to acknowledge institutional responsibility for sexual exploitation against women by the late John Howard Yoder, who was a prominent Mennonite theologian, and to help bring peace and closure to his victims.