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

Spring/Summer 2007

Perspective:
Knowing and Unknowing, Concluded by Will Joyner

Dialogue:
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

Featured:
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.

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

See also: Past Issue