Vol 5:1 - Winter 2002


Michael C. Jordan
Sandra Menssen

Managing Editor

Pamela McClanahan

Associate Editors

John F. Boyle
Thomas D. Sullivan
Gordon P. Barnes

Circulation Manager

Mary Kay O'Rourke



Robert Jackson, Region, Idolatry, and Catholic Irony: Flannery O'Connor's Modest Literary Vision

Marsha Newman, Christian Cosmology in Hildegard of Bingen's Illuminations

Antonio Calcagno, Edith Stein: Is the State Responsible for the Immortal Soul of the Person?

Thomas M. Kelly, An Integrated Theology of Married Love

James V. Schall, S.J., On the Problem of Philosophic Learning

Thomas G. Weinandy, O.F.M., Cap., Doing Christian Systematic Theology: Faith, Problems, and Mysteries

Michael W. Tkacz, Faith, Science, and the Error of Fideism

From a Logical Point of View

Sandra Menssen, Introduction to "From a Logical Point of View"

James Rachels, "Moral Philosophy as a Subversive Activity": An excerpt from Applied Ethics: A Reader

R. Konyndyk DeYoung, Response

Michael Torre, Response

Michael Gorman, Response

Russell Pannier, Response

Contributor Notes