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Winter 2004
Volume 86 • Number 1

Guest Editor's Notes

Cynthia Shattuck

1

Articles

In Memory of James E. Griffiss: A Personal Reflection

Barbara Leix Braver

5

Baptismal Living: Steadfast Covenant of Hope

Fredrica Harris Thompsett

9

On Happiness

Ellen T. Charry

19

Incarnation, Cross, and Sacrifice: A Feminist-Inspired Reappraisal

Kathryn Tanner

35

Participating Persons: Reciprocity and Asymmetry

Ellen K. Wondra

57

The Woman at the Altar: Cosmological Disturbance or Gender Subversion?

Sarah Coakley

75

And a Little Child Shall Teach Them: Lessons in Diakonia

Vicki K. Black

95

The Promise and Perils of Liturgical Change

Ruth A. Meyers

103

Reflection: Women and the Word

Phoebe Griswold

115

Poetry

The Double Opening

Pamela Lee Cranston

117

Conception Confirmation

Marjorie Maddox

119

After Evensong

Sheryl Slocum

120

Abbess Hilda of Whitby Remembers a Poet

Gail White

121

Art Review

Time to Hope: Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York
and
Museo de San Francisco, Santiago de Chile

Jacqueline B. Winter

123

Book Reviews

Paul Avis, Anglicanism and the Church: Theological Resources in Historical Perspective

William Seth Adams

135

Patricia Bays, The Great Adventure: Exploring Christian Faith with Young People

Rita M. Harrison

136

Teresa Berger (ed.), Dissident Daughters: Feminist Liturgies in Global Context

Marjorie Procter-Smith

139

Joan Chittister, Seeing with Our Souls: Monastic Wisdom for Every Day

Joseph Molleur

140

Ellen F. Davis and Margaret Adams Parker, Who Are You? Reading Ruth through Image and Text

Michael H. Floyd

143

Paula Fredriksen and Adele Reinhartz (eds.), Jesus, Judaism, and Christian Anti-Judaism

Deirdre Good

146

Nora Gallagher, Practicing Resurrection: A Memoir of Work, Doubt, Discernment, and Moments of Grace

Fredrica Harris Thompsett

147

John M. Giggie and Diane H. Winston (eds.), Faith in the Market: Religion and the Rise of Urban Commercial Culture

Lawrence Stratton

149

Jan Harris, Quiet in His Presence: Experiencing God's Love through Silent Prayer

G. P. Mellick Belshaw

151

Barbara A. Holmes, Race and the Cosmos: An Invitation to View the World Differently

Gregory A. Snyder

153

Gertrude Lebans, In All Things Goodness: A Christian Vision for the Twenty-First Century

Flora A. Keshgegian

155

Carter Lindberg (ed.), The Reformation Theologians: An Introduction to Theology in the Early Modern Period
and
Carter Lindberg, The European Reformations

Gordon A. Jensen

156

Lynne Long, Translating the Bible: From the Seventh to the Seventeenth Century

Alan L. Hayes

159

Fiona Maddocks, Hildegard of Bingen: The Woman of Her Age

Elise A. Feyerherm

160

Richard Rex, The Lollards

Cynthia J. Neville

163

Barbara Reynolds (ed.), The Letters of Dorothy L. Sayers
and
Barbara Reynolds (ed.), Dorothy Sayers: Child and Woman of Her Time: A Supplement to the Letters of Dorothy L. Sayers

William H. Harrison

165

Donna Schaper, Mature Grief: When a Parent Dies

David A. Ames

167

Carolyn J. Sharp, Prophecy and Ideology in Jeremiah: Struggles for Authority in the Deutero-Jeremianic Prose

Donn F. Morgan

168

Dennis E. Smith, From Symposium to Eucharist: The Banquet in the Early Christian World

L. William Countryman

170

David L. Smith-Christopher, A Biblical Theology of Exile

Randall Heskett

174

John G. Stackhouse (ed.), What Does it Mean to Be Saved? Broadening Evangelical Horizons of Salvation

Gavin J. McGrath

176

Klara Tammany, Living Water: Baptism as a Way of Life

Sheryl A. Kujawa-Holbrook

179

Owen C. Thomas and Ellen K. Wondra, Introduction to Theology

R. William Carroll

181

Susan L. White, The Spirit of Worship

Richard Geoffrey Leggett

182

Avihu Zakai, Jonathan Edwards's Philosophy of History: The Reenchantment of the World in the Age of Enlightenment

Don Schweitzer

185

Gleanings

Readings at the Intersection of Culture and Faith: Unlikely Theologians and the Coleridgean Imagination

Catherine M. Wallace

189

Essential Reading

The Meaning of Being Human in a Community of Practice

Sandra M. Levy

203

 
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