CROSSCURRENTS

Summer, 2005

Editorial
Randi Rashkover

Articles

Healing Religion:
Aesthetics and Analysis in the Work of Kristeva and Clément
by William W. Young III

It Takes At Least Two to Reproduce
by Rachel Muers

Can the University and the Church Understand Each Other?
by Mike Higton

A Monk, A Rabbi, and the 'Meaning of This Hour':
War and Nonviolence in Abraham Joshua Heschel and Thomas Merton

by Shaul Magid

Raising Cain: The Problem of Evil and the Question of Responsibility
by Claire Elise Katz

Now that John Paul II Is No Longer with Us
by David R. Blumenthal

Cultivating Theology:
Overcoming America’s Skepticism about Religious Rationality

by Randi Rashkover

A Place for Religion in Science?
by Robert Pollack

On Transforming Our World:
Critical Pedagogy for Interfaith Education

by Tiffany Puett

Books

No god but God: The Origins, Evolution and Future of Islam
by Reza Aslan
andIn the Rose Garden of the Martyrs: A Memoir of Iran
by Christopher de Bellaigue

What’s the Matter with Kansas: How Conservatives Won the Heart of America
by Thomas Frank
and
Don’t Think of an Elephant: Know Your Values and Frame the Debate
by George Lakoff

On the Cover: Max Winkler, Rooftops, Florence(2002) 4” x 3” woodcut on Kitakata paper. Used by permission.

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Source: CrossCurrents, Summer 2005, Vol. 55,  No 2.