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Issue: The Mighty and the Almighty:Foreign Policy and God
Article Author Issuesort descending Season Year
The Last Word: What Does Madeleine Albright's Address Say About the Character of Contemporary Christianity? By Stanley Hauerwas '65 The Mighty and the Almighty:Foreign Policy and God Fall 2004
Shades By Dianne Bilyak The Mighty and the Almighty:Foreign Policy and God Fall 2004
My Father, in Heaven, Is Reading Out Loud By Li-Young Lee The Mighty and the Almighty:Foreign Policy and God Fall 2004
Storm Front By Joel Hanisek The Mighty and the Almighty:Foreign Policy and God Fall 2004
Apropos The Dark Night of the Soul By Thomas Farrington The Mighty and the Almighty:Foreign Policy and God Fall 2004
From the Dean's Desk By Harold W. Attridge The Mighty and the Almighty:Foreign Policy and God Fall 2004
From the Editor By Jamie L. Manson The Mighty and the Almighty:Foreign Policy and God Fall 2004
The Mighty and the Almighty: United States Foreign Policy and God By Madeleine K. Albright The Mighty and the Almighty:Foreign Policy and God Fall 2004
Anxious About Empire: A Conversation with Professor Wesley Avram The Mighty and the Almighty:Foreign Policy and God Fall 2004
Partnership in Hope: Gender, Faith, and Responses to HIV/AIDS in Africa By Margaret A. Farley The Mighty and the Almighty:Foreign Policy and God Fall 2004
Politics and Salt By John E. Hare The Mighty and the Almighty:Foreign Policy and God Fall 2004
Letters to a Young Doubter By William Sloane Coffin The Mighty and the Almighty:Foreign Policy and God Fall 2004
When America Can Say, "I'm Back!" By James A. Forbes The Mighty and the Almighty:Foreign Policy and God Fall 2004
The Third World is Just Around the Corner By R. Clifton Spargo The Mighty and the Almighty:Foreign Policy and God Fall 2004
"Ministry" with Societies in Transition: An Interview with Ambassador William Lacy Swing '60 The Mighty and the Almighty:Foreign Policy and God Fall 2004
On Mammon and Manna By Clifton Kirkpatrick '68 The Mighty and the Almighty:Foreign Policy and God Fall 2004
Issue: Faith and Citizenship in Turbulent Times
Article Author Issuesort descending Season Year
The Spirit of “Post-Soul Politics”: A Covenant with Black America Eddie S. Glaude, Jr. Faith and Citizenship in Turbulent Times Fall 2007
Take Heart Jeanne Murray Walker Faith and Citizenship in Turbulent Times Fall 2007
We Have Nothing to Fear But Fear Itself Jeanne Murray Walker Faith and Citizenship in Turbulent Times Fall 2007
Christian Anarchy and Reconciliation: A View from the Pulpit Wesley Avram Faith and Citizenship in Turbulent Times Fall 2007
The Challenge of Christian Citizenship Randall Balmer Faith and Citizenship in Turbulent Times Fall 2007
Survey: Christians First, Then Americans Faith and Citizenship in Turbulent Times Fall 2007
Christmas Tree Geoffrey Hill Faith and Citizenship in Turbulent Times Fall 2007
The Divided Generation: Religion, Youth, and Public Life Robert Wuthnow Faith and Citizenship in Turbulent Times Fall 2007
Optimist in a World of Turmoil: An Interview with Jan Egeland John Lindner Faith and Citizenship in Turbulent Times Fall 2007
The Youthful Split Between Left and Right Robert Wuthnow Faith and Citizenship in Turbulent Times Fall 2007
The Century's Decline Wislawa Szymborska Faith and Citizenship in Turbulent Times Fall 2007
Less Partisan, More Political: A Way Forward for Churches Kathleen Kennedy Townsend Faith and Citizenship in Turbulent Times Fall 2007
Re-engaging Mainline Christianity for Critical Citizenship Peter Laarman Faith and Citizenship in Turbulent Times Fall 2007
A Nation Faces Its Own “Terrible Alternatives” James M. Lawson, Jr. Faith and Citizenship in Turbulent Times Fall 2007