Contents 

Summer 2002

Editorial

That You Forget Not What Your Eyes Have Seen
CATHERINE MADSEN

Articles

Salvation from Innocence: On the Requirements of Liturgical Truth
ANDREW SHANKS

"Amen" and "Ashe": African American Protestant Worship and Its West African Ancestor
WILL COLEMAN

Who's Blessing Whom?: Transcendence, Agency, and Gender in Jewish Prayer
LOIS C. DUBIN

Liturgies of Anger
DAVID R. BLUMENTHAL

Sometimes You Just Gotta Dance: Physical Expressiveness in Worship
DAVID L. JOHNS

Law as Dance, Theater, or Music: Legal Procedure and Ritual
RAFAEL CHODOS

The Common Word: Recovering Liturgical Speech
CATHERINE MADSEN

Jacques Maritain on the Church's Misbehaving Clerics
BERNARD DOERING

The Last Word on Learning Buddhism
WILLIAM R. STIMSON

Uncomfortable, Uncertain, and Unarmed
BARRY MOSER

Poetry

Two Poems
NOVICA TADIC

Two Poems
EVA HOOKER

Review Essay

Beginner's Mind, Ordinary Mind
KENNETH ARNOLD

Finimondo
PETER HEINEGG

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Source: Cross Currents, Summer 2002, Vol. 52,  No 2.