John Howard Yoder Reading Room


This page is designed to help make writings on and by John Howard Yoder available to those without easy access to a theological library. The links connect you to audio, books, articles and dissertations made available across the web, including those "Google Books" with significant content preview  - Arnold Neufeldt-Fast, PhD 
NB: Allegations of sexual abuse by John Howard Yoder arose before his death and are now well-documented (see documents related to sexual absue controversy; background here). Yoder was never connected to Tyndale University College & Seminary; Tyndale is committed to the creation of an environment that is safe and free of all forms of sexual harassment (see: Sexual Harassment Policy).


Primary Sources

See the John Howard Yoder Digital Library

Yoder Index: A Searchable Index of the Writings of John Howard Yoder

See Google Books on or by John Howard Yoder with preview (sorted by date)


Books by John Howard Yoder

Articles Written by Yoder


Letters and Memos by Yoder

Secondary Sources


Books on John Howard Yoder

Articles, Chapters on Yoder


  • Theological Journals Search (theological journals for which full text is freely available on the Internet).
  • See Tyndale's eJournal Database -find full-text articles on and by John Howard Yoder-- for Tyndale students and faculty only. (Choose EBSCOhost database; log in; choose "EBSCOhost" and then "All" databases; over 170 full-text theological journals available to you from home; for a few additional journals, go back to Tyndale Journal Database and choose the ProQuest Religion or JSTOR databases); see list of Tyndale's academic eJournals.


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it clothes the naked
it feeds the hungry
it comforts the sorrowful
it shelters the destitute
it serves those that harm it
it binds up that which is wounded
it has become all things to all people"
-Menno Simons, 1539




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