Category: Winter 2007

The Cuba Watch

American religious groups and Cuba. By Gwendolyn Yvonne Alexis

Strange Fruit

A comparison of the cross and the lynching tree can break the silence on race and Christianity in American history. By James H. Cone

Knowing and Unknowing, Continued

In trying to navigate the gulf of understanding between religious believers and agnostic or atheist believers, it’s important not to set up a kind of cosmic tote board. By Will Joyner

The Matrix of Faith

An excerpt from “Religion Within Limits,” the Fall 1967 Harvard Divinity School Convocation Address by Richard R. Niebuhr.

Home from the Diaspora

An American in Israel finds that her hope survives but feels like a deepening wound. By Jordie Gerson

Why I Love the Bible

How a noted scholar read, studied, preached, and reconsidered the scriptures. By Krister Stendahl