Winter/Spring 2011 (Vol. 39, Nos. 1 & 2)

Winter/Spring 2011 (Vol. 39, Nos. 1 & 2)

Perspective:
Cherishing Our Strangeness by Wendy McDowell

Dialogue:
Whence and for Whom Do We Study Religion? by Laura S. Nasrallah
Ground Zero and the 'S-word' by Matthew J. Cressler
Judge Not Celebrities! by Cathleen Falsani
Jesus on the Border by Ananda Rose Robinson

Featured:
The Moral Imagination of Wilfred Cantwell Smith by Donald K. Swearer
Christianity Becomes Unfamiliar by Devaka Premawardhana
Playing Jane by Max Perry Mueller
The Rationalization of Suffering by James Davies
Acts of Devotion by D. Y. B├ęchard

In Review:
New Bridges across Old Divides by Scott Appleby
Patterns from Particularities by Steven P. Hopkins
Ash and Breath: Christ on 'The Road' by Charles M. Stang
An Anemic 'American Way' by David D. Hall

Poetry:
Memory Room by Davide Trame
to the house sparrows, dispossessed by Gwendolyn Jensen