Spring/Summer 2009 (Vol. 37, Nos. 2 & 3)

Spring/Summer 2009 (Vol. 37, Nos. 2 & 3)

Perspective:
The Stories within Our Stories by Wendy McDowell

Dialogue:
Good Samaritans in a World Economy by Douglas A. Hicks and Mark Valeri
Faith in the Face of Abuse by Nancy E. Nienhuis
Obama's High Wire by Matthew Weiner and Varun Soni
An Uncomfortable Mormon by Taylor Petrey

Featured:
Disobedient Ancestors by D. Y. B├ęchard
Life in a Godless Place by Nicolas Langelier
Listening to the Small Voice by Elizabeth J. A. Siwo-Okundi
When Child Soldiers Become Filmmakers by Kurt Shaw
O Thou Mastering Light by Christian Wiman

In Review:
Ethics and Vulnerability in Watchmen by Jonathan Schofer
Young Evangelicals Rock by Amy Sullivan
A Homeland Imagined and Consumed by Richard Delacy

Poetry:
Feverish by Joanna Klink
Two Poems by Paula Bohince