Spring/Summer 2007 (Vol. 35, Nos. 2 & 3)

Spring/Summer 2007

Knowing and Unknowing, Concluded by Will Joyner

God and Evolution: A New Solution by Sarah Coakley
Darwin Was Wrong by Joan Roughgarden
Thinking Like a Feminist by Evelyn Fox Keller
Stem Cell Dissent by Eric Cohen

Does Religion Cause Violence? by William T. Cavanaugh
Behind the common question lies a morass of unclear thinking.
Embracing Earth while Facing Death by Eshin Nishimura
A Buddhist monk reflects on the limits of contemporary science.
A Family Rift and a Cautionary Tale by Ben Westhoff
Two stories about venturing from the Orthodox fold.
A Fateful Separation of Philosophy and Theology by Louis Dupré
The two disciplines, split by modernity, need to re-engage.
Real Presences by Christine Helmer
The life of theological concepts.

In Review:
The Serpent's Hiss by Francis X. Clooney, SJ
Jeffrey Kripal's Serpent's Gift
Truth-Seeking or Truth-Finding? by Kirk Wegter-McNelly
John Polkinghorne's Quantum Physics and Theology
A Lasting Impression by William Dyrness
Examining biblical art in a secular society.
Channeling Dr. Johnson by Peter J. Gomes
W. Jackson Bate's Samuel Johnson
Family's Changing Terrain by M. Christian Green
The changing terrain of the family.

Vigil by David Yezzi
Max Delbrück by John Canaday
Mud by Eliza Griswold

See also: Past Issue