Vol 18:1 - Winter 2015

Editor

Michael C. Jordan

Managing Editor

Elizabeth M. Kelly

Associate Editors

John F. Boyle
David Paul Deavel
David N. Foote

Contents

Preface

Jeffrey L. Morrow, Secularization, Objectivity, and Enlightenment Scholarship: The Theological and Political Origins of Modern Biblical Studies

Roland Minnerath, Pacem in Terris, Fifty Years Later

James Matthew Wilson, John Paul’s Letter to Artists and the Force of Beauty

Deborah Savage, The Nature of Woman in Relation to Man: Genesis 1 and 2 through the Lens of the Metaphysical Anthropology of Aquinas

Shanthini Pillai, The Intertwining Vines of Liturgy, Ethnicity, and Nationhood: The Nativized Imaginary of the Malaysian Catholic Community

Robert St. Hilaire, Thomas Aquinas, Enchantment, and the Wonders of Nature

Carolyn F. Scott, “Beyond Hope He Saved Us”: Trinitarian Analogies in The Lord of the Rings

Thomas W. Stanford III, “What do I not owe you!”: An Examination of Gratitude in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice

Contributor Notes