Reflections

A Magazine of Theological and Ethical Inquiry from Yale Divinity School

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Article Author Issue Season Year
Do We Have a Story to Tell?: Reflections on Barbara Rossing's The Rapture Exposed Valarie Ziegler End Times and End Games:Is Scripture Being Left Behind? Spring 2005
Love Thine Political Enemies: Reflections on God's Politics and the Teachings of Christ Becky Garrison End Times and End Games:Is Scripture Being Left Behind? Spring 2005
Constantine and the Theology of Crisis Mark Villano End Times and End Games:Is Scripture Being Left Behind? Spring 2005
Contents - End Times and End Games: Is Scripture Being Left Behind? End Times and End Games:Is Scripture Being Left Behind? Spring 2005
Suspect Millennium: Remembering Apocalypse Harry O. Maier End Times and End Games:Is Scripture Being Left Behind? Spring 2005
From the Editor: Imagining the Televised Apocalypse: Carnivále and The Courage to Be Jamie L. Manson End Times and End Games:Is Scripture Being Left Behind? Spring 2005
The Mighty and the Almighty: Foreign Policy and God - Full Issue The Mighty and the Almighty:Foreign Policy and God Fall 2004
When Violence is No Stranger: Pastoral Counseling with Survivors of Acquaintance Rape Kristen Leslie Violence and Theology Winter 2004
From the Dean’s Desk Harold W. Attridge Violence and Theology Winter 2004
NIGHTS IN JERUSALEM Joel Hanisek Violence and Theology Winter 2004
The Bible and the Legitimation of Violence John J. Collins Violence and Theology Winter 2004
Exclusion and Embrace Miroslav Volf Violence and Theology Winter 2004
The Bible and the Legitimation of Violence John J. Collins Violence and Theology Winter 2004
Christianity and Violence Miroslav Volf Violence and Theology Winter 2004
The Continuum History of Apocalypticism Bernard McGinn Violence and Theology Winter 2004
Trauma and Grace Serene Jones Violence and Theology Winter 2004
Contents - Violence and Theology Violence and Theology Winter 2004
Worship in a Violent World: Deconstructing 'Ordinary' Liturgies Siobhán Garrigan Violence and Theology Winter 2004

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