CONTENTS
Vol. 49, No. 2
Summer 1999

Editorial: The Path of Emptiness
KENNETH ARNOLD

Articles

Monica, Bill, and Ethics
THAD WILLIAMSON

Can Buddhism Save?
Finding Resonance in Incommensurability
CHRISTOPHER A. BROWN

Walking Around the Buddha
CAROLYN CRAFT

On the Wings of a Blue Heron
PAUL O. INGRAM

In the Pluralism of Religious and Cultural Worlds:
Notes Toward a Theological and Political Program
JOHANN BAPTIST METZ

In the Dark Speech of Praise and Birth:
The Prints of Judith Anderson

CATHERINE MADSEN

Poetry

Advice to a Novice
MARY ELLEN FOSTER MCEVILY

In Spacetime
DANIEL CORRIE

The Vigil
BRAD BOSTIAN

Behind the Curtain
BRAD BOSTIAN

Review Essays

Can the "New Awakening" Become Prophetic?
JAMES GARRETT WHITE

Editor's Choice: Recent Books of Interest
JAMES E. GILES

Books

Louis Dupré,
Religious Mystery and Rational Reflection
TODD BREYFOGLE

Leon Chai,
Jonathan Edwards and the Limits of Enlightenment Philosophy
GERALD R. McDERMOTT

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

Carol Ochs and Kerry M. Olitzky,
Jewish Spiritual Guidance: Finding Our Way to God
RANDI RASHKOVER

Thomas Bokenkotter,
Church and Revolution: Catholics in the Struggle for Democracy and Social Justice
THOMAS MASSARO

John Marks Templeton and Kenneth Seeman Giniger, eds.
Spiritual Evolution: Scientists Discuss Their Beliefs
KARL GIBERSON

Frederick Franck, Janis Roze, and Richard Connolly, eds.,
What Does It Mean to Be Human?
JOSEPH CUNNEEN

Books Received

Correspondence

James Rudin Misreads "We Remember"
DAVID B. BURRELL

On the Papal Encyclical "Faith and Reason"
TISSA BALASURIYA