Preaching Faith in the Midst of Tragedy
Sept. 11, 2001, drove preachers of the Good News to tackle the classic questions of theodicy.
After September 11
Tuesday, Sept. 11, may have changed everything. The unprecedented violence perpetrated against the United States now demands, many claim, an unprecedented response.
Osama bin Laden and the Just Conduct of War
In the language of the Western just war tradition, the attacks of Sept.
From Ends to Means
On Tuesday, Sept.
What Can Be Done? What Should Be Done?
To write about Sept. 11, 2001, is to know the paucity of one’s vocabulary and literary skill. The words are so disproportionate to the tragedy that the temptation is to stop trying to describe it.
Books and Culture
In the first years of the 20th century, Alois Alzheimer, a German neurologist, cared for a middle-aged woman with a marked personality chang
Combining archetypal psychology, ecclesiology and ethics, Eugene Kennedy, in his latest book, The Unhealed Wound, sets out a disturbi
When Virginia Woolf published Mrs.