Vol. 12, No. 2 will focus on the philosophy of history and historical method. Some years ago, Romanian scholar Damian Liviu successfully defended a thesis at the distinguished Baptist theological faculty of the University of Bucharest on this editor’s approach to Christian historiography. Liviu is now a faculty member in the History Department of that University, specializing in late antiquity and the medieval period. He will offer readers of the Global Journal a detailed treatment of “The Historian’s Craft and Theology in the Thought of John Warwick Montgomery.” And Dr. Alvin J. Schmidt, Emeritus Professor of Sociology at Illinois College, will critique Reza Aslan’s effort, in his recent book Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth, to turn the historical Jesus into a first-century political radical.