Summer 2006



Theology and the Intellectual Life 
Randi Rashkover


Religion and the University 
David Burrell

An Accidental Theologian:
Thoughts on Islam in Public and Private Religious Universities 

Amir Hussain

Theology in the Curriculum of a Secular Religious
Studies Department 
Eugene F. Rogers, Jr.

What Does It Mean to Receive Tradition?:
Jewish Studies in Higher Education

Martin Kavka

Self and Text:
Towards a Comparative Theology of the Self 
Gavin Flood

Religion and Beauty in the Classroom
Nicholas Adams

Companion to the Encyclical of Pope Benedict XVI on "God is Love"
Fr. Tissa Balasuriya

Naipaul's Travelogues and
the "Clash of Civilizations" Complex

Amin Malak

Attending to the Pain of Dying:
An Agenda for Science
Robert Pollack


Breaking the Spell: Religion as a Natural Phenomenon 
Daniel Dennett

Revelation and Theopolitics: Barth, Rosenzweig, and the Politics of Praise 
Randi Rashkover


Notes on Contributors

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Source: Summer 2006, Vol. 56,  No 2.