The National Catholic Review

June 3, 2000

Vol. 182 No. 20Whole No. 4490

Editorials

Solidarity in Globalization

More than 2,500 years ago the Greek historian Herodotus observed that if anyone were given the opportunity of choosing from among all the nations of the world the best set of beliefs, he would inevitably choose those of his own country.

Articles

Books and Culture

Books
Why Was He Crucified?
Luke Timothy Johnson
With this accessible yet critically responsible examination, Paula Fredriksen, the Aurelio Professor of Scripture at Boston University, h
Books
Renewing the Earth
Stephen Bede Scharper
As an 11-year-old boy, Thomas Berry, probing the red hills of his home in North Carolina, skipped across a creek and found himself in a m
Books
The Art of Holiness
Franco Mormando
The past, as one historian aptly put it, has become a "foreign country." This is true even of our own Christian past.

Columns and Departments

The Word
A Living God Present in Spirit and Power
John R. Donahue
The Word
Most Holy Trinity
John R. Donahue
Faith in Focus
Parenthood and the Attributes of God
Michael J. Daley
Faith in Focus
The Healing Touch
Kevin O'Brien
Columns
Stem Cell Secrets
John F. Kavanaugh
Of Many Things
Of Many Things
John W. Donohue
Letters
Letters
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