Reflections

A Magazine of Theological and Ethical Inquiry from Yale Divinity School

In this Issue

Article Author Issue Season Year
From the Dean’s Desk - by Dean Gregory E. Sterling Gregory E. Sterling Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
From Wittenberg to Global Church: The Reformation Belongs to the World - by Bruce Gordon Bruce Gordon Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
Call and Answer - poem by Robert Bly Robert Bly Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
What is Art? What is Church? - by Candace Whitman Candace Whitman ’79 B.A. Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
Visions of Protest and Resistance - by Jeremy L. Williams Jeremy L. Williams ’16 M.Div. Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
Rest on the Flight into Egypt - poem by Mark Jarman Mark Jarman Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
By the Grace of God (Gradually) - by Margaret Fox Margaret Fox ’05 B.A., ’15 J.D., ’15 M.Div. Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
Maggi Dawn: What's Out of Kilter? And Other Questions Maggi Dawn Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
Is the Bible Still Relevant? - by Dean Gregory E. Sterling Gregory E. Sterling Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
Prayer: The Other Curve - by Mark Koyama Mark Koyama ’15 M.Div. Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
Hebrews 13 - poem by Jericho Brown Jericho Brown Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
A Pope Confronts the Reformation Ray Waddle Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
The Reformation Isn’t What It Used to Be - by Justo Gonzalez Justo L. González ’58 S.T.M., ’61 Ph.D. Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
Faith, Reform, and the Needs of the Living - by Margaret A. Farley Margaret A. Farley ’70 M.Phil., ’73 Ph.D. Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
Yes - poem by William Stafford William Stafford Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
Easter Morning - poem by William Stafford William Stafford Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
Truth and Unintended Consequences - by Ray Waddle Ray Waddle Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
A Lush Language - by Horace D. Ballard Horace D. Ballard, ’10 M.A.R. Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
A Puritan Mind Circling the Globe - by Harry S. Stout and Kenneth P. Minkema Harry S. Stout and Kenneth P. Minkema Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017
Open Casket - poem by Kathryn Stripling Byer Kathryn Stripling Byer Reformation: Writing the Next Chapter Fall 2017

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