Elizabeth A. JohnsonApril 13, 2009
Jesus' cross and resurrection also bear rich potential for ecological insight.
Elizabeth A. JohnsonFebruary 26, 2007
There once was a prisoner, seen as a threat to the state, who was tortured while being held in prison. The story of his torment, which comes to us in four versions, starts with his arrest and interrogation before officials and ends with his being put to death. But between these events open to the pu
BooksElizabeth A. JohnsonNovember 17, 2003
A recent poll of the 1 800 members of the National Academy of Sciences found that over 90 percent profess to being atheists or agnostics To these learned people the idea of God and the corresponding sense that we live in a meaningful universe is contrary to scientific understanding The combinatio
Elizabeth A. JohnsonApril 16, 2001
At the start of this third millennium, a new awareness of the magnificence and uniqueness of Earth as one intertwined community of life is growing among people everywhere. The image of our planet seen from space, a blue marble swirled around with white clouds, promotes realization of how fragile but