Winter 2007 (Vol. 35, No. 1)

Winter 2007

Perspective:
Knowing and Unknowing, Continued by Will Joyner

Dialogue:
Anything but Simple by Wendy McDowell
Misinterpreting the Amish tradition of forgiveness.
Chilling 'Change' by Bonnie J. Morris
Do "gay-change" campaigns have an anti-Semitic echo?
The Cuba Watch by Gwendolyn Yvonne Alexis
American religious groups and Cuba.
Vox Populi, Vox Dei? by Mark I. Pinsky
Evangelical voters take stock.
Atheism Redux by Bradley Shingleton
Unpacking the new atheism.

Featured:
Why I Love the Bible by Krister Stendahl
How a noted scholar read, studied, preached, and reconsidered the scriptures.
An Interview with Krister Stendahl by Yehezkel Landau
"Accountability" is a better leadership quality and value than "servanthood."
Home from the Diaspora by Jordie Gerson
An American in Israel finds that her hope survives but feels like a deepening wound.
Strange Fruit by James H. Cone
A comparison of the cross and the lynching tree can break the silence on race and Christianity in American history.
Notes on Poetry and Religion by Christian Wiman
If we do not live out of time imaginatively, we cannot live in it actually.

In Review:
Attending at the End
by Stephanie Paulsell
Chris Adrian's Children's Hospital
The Democratic Dilemma by Todd Shy
Religion and politics, then and now.
The World Repaired, Remade by Sharon Goldman
An interview with Jon D. Levenson.
Absence as a Window by James K. A. Smith
Franz Wright's God's Silence
He Who Laughs Last? by Jon D. Levenson
Leo Strauss's Spinoza's Critique of Religion
A Complex, Brighter Horizon by Philip Clayton
New horizons for science and religion.
Peeking over to the Other Side by Brin Stevens
Children of Men and An Inconvenient Truth

Poetry:
Three Poems by Michael D. Jackson
Three Poems by Franz Wright
Letter to Father by Shahrouz Rashid

See also: Past Issue