CONTENTS
Vol. 49, No. 3
Fall 1999

Editorial:
Intellectual Light
CATHERINE MADSEN

Articles

Three Differences between an Academic and an Intellectual: What Happens to the Liberal Arts When They Are Kicked off Campus?
JACK MILES

Neighbor-Christology: Reconstructing Christianity before Supersessionism
THOMAS BREIDENTHAL

Religious Diversity: Some Implications for Monotheism
RITA M. GROSS

"The Visitation of the Stranger":
On Some Mystical Dimensions of the History of Religions
JEFFREY J. KRIPAL

Economic Sanctions, Just War Doctrine, and the "Fearful Spectacle of the Civilian Dead"
JOY GORDON

Poetry

St. Peregrine's Chapel
BARBARA WUEST

Siren Call
DON FORAN

Review Essay

Editor's Choice: Something for Everyone (Theology Tonight!)
KENNETH ARNOLD

Books

Philip Clayton,
God and Contemporary Science
F. LERON SHULTS

Jacques Dupuis, S.J.,
Toward a Christian Theology of Religious Pluralism
TERENCE L. NICHOLS

John J. McNeill,
Both Feet Firmly Planted in Midair: My Spiritual Journey
JAMES P. HANIGAN

Glen H. Stassen, D. M. Yeager, and John Howard Yoder,
Authentic Transformation: A New Vision of Christ and Culture
WILLIAM STACY JOHNSON

Bernard Faure,
The Red Thread: Buddhist Approaches to Sexuality

PAUL O. INGRAM

Christopher Vecsey,
The Paths of Kateri's Kin
JOHN GRIM

Daniel Berrigan,
And the Risen Bread: Selected Poems, 1957-1997
JOSEPH CUNNEEN

Books Received

Correspondence

On Christopher Brown's "Can Buddhism Save?"
MIKE WILSON

A Reply to Mike Wilson
CHRISTOPHER BROWN

A Reply to David Burrell
A. JAMES RUDIN