Synopsis: My Brother's Keeper is a collection of essays penned by people interested in educating primarily European church leaders, theological educators, and missionaries as well as other Christian leaders from around the world. All of the authors are related to the ministries of Tyndale Theological Seminary, the Netherlands. This book is in honor of missionary Hebrew scholar and colleague, Ellis R. Brotzman upon his retirement. Included is material from the fields of biblical studies, theological studies, and pastoral ministries and missions. The articles represent a sampling of the type of teaching provided at Tyndale since its beginnings in 1985 as well as a taste of the ongoing research of some of its members. Most of the authors have many decades of experience primarily as missionary professors throughout Europe. Others include those with pastoral ministry experience in Europe and North America. Theological educators, local church leaders, and cross-cultural workers will find this a worthwhile addition to their personal and school libraries. Endorsement: "What a sparkling collection of essays that demonstrates scholarship in the service of the church at its best. They are competent, clear, and significant. Read with care. Several of these essays pack a punch. We may not always agree with them, but we will always be provoked by them to question our own thinking and align our own practice more exactly with the gospel." --Derek Tidball, former principal of the London School of Theology. Editor Biography: Thomas J. Marinello is Associate Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology, and the Director of Tyndale By Extension at Tyndale Theological Seminary, Badhoevedorp, the Netherlands. He is the author of numerous articles and reviews. H. H. Drake Williams, III, is Associate Professor of New Testament Language and Literature, and the Vice-President of Academic Affairs and the Academic Dean at Tyndale Theological Seminary in Badhoevedorp, the Netherlands. He is the author of The Wisdom of the Wise: The Presence and Function of Scripture within 1 Cor 1:18--3:23 (2001) and Making Sense of the Bible: A Study of Ten Key Themes Traced through the Scriptures (2006).