Contents

Fall 2003

Editorial

What James Knew
Catherine Madsen

Articles

The Pragmatics of Spirit: A Centenary Celebration of James's Varieties
Oz Lorentzen  

The "Twice-Born"
Charles Taylor  

The Varieties as an Inspiration: Confessions of a Slow Learner
Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi  

Implicit Theologies in Psychologies
Douglas S. Hardy  

A Terrible Good: Charles Williams, William James, and Divided Consciousness
Catherine Madsen  

"Failure, then, failure!": Shame and William James's "Sick Soul"
Jill L. McNish  

How Healthy Is Healthy-Mindedness?
James O. Pawelski

Ritual and Religious Experience
Jo Pearson

Definitions and Hypotheses
Christopher Stawski

Jewish Renewal in Pre-Nazi Berlin
Edward K. Kaplan

Poetry

Gomer's Complaint
Kris Lindbeck

Perhaps
Anthony Pinn

The Leaf and Kauai
Peter Ledermann

Books

Night Fishing in Galilee: The Journey Toward Spiritual Wisdom By Kenneth Arnold
At Home in the Cosmos By David S. Toolan
The Beggar King and the Secret of Happiness By Joel ben Izzy

Theatre

Job: The Hip-Hop Musical By Eli Batalion and Jerome Saibil
Lisa Silberman Brenner

Bookend

"Religion in this way is absolutely indestructible"
William James

Notes on Contributors

On the Cover: Sarah E. Thomson's "How the Light Gets In" (2000), 9 x 12 watercolor. From the collection of Haim and Yaffa Gunner. Used by permission.

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Source: Cross Currents, Fall 2003, Vol. 53,  No 3.