Winter 2006 (Vol. 34, No. 1)

Winter 2006 (Vol. 34, No. 1)

Perspective:
Determined to Live Past the Worst by Will Joyner

Dialogue:
Happiness by Way of Wisdom by Gabriel Richardson Lear
Can Labor Be Saved? by Jay Thomas Youngdahl
Imagination for Transformation by Mary Hunt
America's New Moral Assignment by Wallace Best

Featured:
Is Immortality Important? by Karen Armstrong
The Cultural Production of Evil by Emilie M. Townes
Reproductive Autonomy in Light of Responsible Parenthood by Hille Haker
When the Wounded Emerge as Healers by Kimberley C. Patton
Memory, Salvation, and Perdition by Miroslav Volf

In Review:
Generating the Transcendent by Ken Johnson
Out of the Norm by Amy Hollywood
Fighting Words on 'World Religions' by Anne Monius
A Longing toward Action by Jeffrey Johnson
The Reader, the Evangelists, and the Wardrobe by Mark Pinsky
Iran's Invisible Candidates by Shahla Haeri

Poetry:
Renaissance by Sarah Arvio
Two Poems by Frannie Lindsay
Spectrum by Gwyneth Lewis
Two Poems by Young Smith