CONTENTS

CrossCurrrents

Vol. 51, No. 4

Winter 2002

A Strange, New World
RANDI RASHKOVER

Articles

When I Boarded the Midwest Express to Washington, D.C., on September 11
DANIEL C. MAGUIRE

Theology and the Clash of Civilizations
JACK MILES

The Circle of the Way: Reading the Gospel of Thomas as a ChristZen Text
KENNETH ARNOLD

The Gospel of Peace and the Violence of God
SCOTT HOLLAND

Feminist Judaism: Past and Future
RACHEL ADLER

A Letter to Elizabeth
MIRIAM PESKOWITZ

A Service of Mourning
CATHERINE MADSEN

On the Rhetoric of a "War on Terrorism"
KYLE FEDLER

To Whom Shall We Give Access to Our Water Holes?
FARID ESACK

Translation as De-canonization: Matthew's Gospel According to Pasolini
GEORGE AICHELE

Poetry

Faces on the Walls
KENNETH ARNOLD

the window
ALICIA OSTRIKER

Death of a Theologian
J. BARRIE SHEPHERD

Dog's Life
J. BARRIE SHEPHERD

Books

Jayne Hoose, editor, Conscience in World Religions
WILLIAM O'NEILL

Barbie Zelizer, Remembering to Forget: Holocaust Memory through the Camera's Eye
BJÍRN KRONDORFER

Khalid Duran, Children of Abraham: An Introduction to Islam for Jews,
and Reuven Firestone, Children of Abraham: An Introduction to Judaism for Muslims
SHEILA C. GORDON

The New Testament, Translated by William Tyndale: The text of the Worms edition of 1526 in original spelling, ed. W. R. Cooper;
Ian Robinson, The Establishment of Modern English Prose in the Reformation and the Enlightenment;
Sister Molly Monahan, Seeds of Grace: A Nun's Reflections on the Spirituality of Alcoholics Anonymous;
The Writer and Religion,
ed. William H. Gass and Lorin Cuoco;
Andrew Shanks, "What Is Truth?": Towards a Theological Poetics
CATHERINE MADSEN

Joerge Rieger, Remember the Poor: The Challenge to Theology in the Twenty-First Century,
and God and the Excluded: Visions and Blindspots in Contemporary Theology
G. CLARKE CHAPMAN, JR.

Anthony Gottlieb, The Dream of Reason: A History of Philosophy from the Greeks to the Renaissance
MICHAEL QUIRK

Richard John Neuhaus, As I Lay Dying: Meditations upon Returning.
ERIC ADLER

 

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Source: Cross Currents, Winter 2002, Vol. 51,  No 4.