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Fall 1997

Editorial

Aesthetic Truths
WILLIAM BIRMINGHAM

Articles

A Sense of the Transcendent
VÁCLAV HAVEL

Interpreting Václav Havel
WALTER H. CAPPS

Theology Is a Kind of Writing:
The Emergence of Theopoetics
SCOTT HOLLAND


The Return of Religion in Contemporary Theory and Literature
JOHN A. McCLURE

And the Earth Is Filled with the Breath of Life
ARTHUR WASKOW

Communitarianism, Christian Realism,
and the Crisis of Progressive Christianity
GARY DORRIEN

Perspectives

Hope for the New Millennium: An Exchange
UMBERTO ECO & CARLO MARIA MARTINI

Poetry

In My Mother's Suitcase, Unpacked Two Years After It Was Packed
Before Her Ambulance Ride Down Here

LYNN LIFSHIN

IX
MICHAEL THOMAS MARTIN

Book Reviews

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Eurocentrism and Native Americans
Clyde Holler, Black Elk's Religion:
The Sun Dance and Lakota Catholicism

DALE STOVER

Where There's a Will There's a Why: The Goldhagen Debate
Daniel Jonah Goldhagen, Hitler's Willing Executioners:
Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust

STEPHEN R. HAYNES

An Unconstitutional Neglect of Religion
Warren A. Nord, Religion and American Education:
Rethinking a National Dilemma

RONALD B. FLOWERS

The Evolution of Black Theology
Mark L. Chapman, Christianity on Trial

JULIAN KUNNIE

Tormented in the Flame of Abandonment
David Emmanuel Goatley, Were You There?
Godforsakenness in Slave Religion

DWIGHT N. HOPKINS

Nitty-Gritty Hermeneutics
Anthony B. Pinn, Why Lord?:
Suffering and Evil in Black Theology

VICTOR ANDERSON

Evil Embraced
Peter Maass, Love Thy Neighbor: A Story of War

PAUL MOJZES

Tracking Jesus, Trapping Christ
Achiel Peelman, Christ Is a Native American

JAMES TREAT

Where Have All the Members Gone?
Thomas C. Reeves, The Empty Church:
The Suicide of Liberal Christianity

JOHN A. COLEMAN

Briefly Noted

Hans K&uumlautng, ed., Yes to a Global Ethic:
Voices from Religion and Politics

ANNE LONERGAN

Teresa Rhodes McGee, The Comforter:
Stories of Loss and Rebirth

SHELLEY SCHIFF

Marie-Eloise Rosenblatt, Paul the Accused:
His Portrait in the Acts of the Apostles

F. X. QUINN

Rémy Hebding, Les Protestants face aux défis du xxi siècle
JOSEPH CUNNEEN

Daniel J. Baxter, The Least of These My Brethren
NANCY MALONE

Swami Shraddhananda, Seeing God Everywhere
JOSEPH CUNNEEN

Correspondence

Post-Einsteinian Spirituality in the Andes
ERNEST W. RANLY

And from Prior Issues:

1997
Summer / Spring

1996
Winter / Fall / Summer /Spring

From the Spring 1995 Issue
In Each Other's Likeness: Twin Brothers Separated by Faith After the Holocaust
by Eugene L. Pogany

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