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Winter 2005
Volume 87 • Number 1

Editor's Notes

Charles Hefling

1

Articles

Address The Common Good and the Invisible Hand: Faith-Based Economy

Frederick Borsch

5

Address We Too Have Common Sense: The Waterloo Declaration and Full Communion in Canada

Richard Geoffrey Leggett

23

What is "the Good" of Business? Insights from the Work of Bernard Lonergan

Kenneth R. Melchin

43

Renewing the Anglican Moral Vision: What Called to Common Mission Offers Anglican Moral Theology

William J. Danaher, Jr.

63

John Donne and the Art of Adaptation

Anne Faulkner Cothran

89

Poetry

Shaker Chair

Pamela Lee Cranston

117

Prayers of the People

Rebecca Ragland

118

Euphoric in Essex

Gail White

120

Lightfall in the West End

Steve Myers

121

Book Reviews

Charles F. Andrews, Mahatma Gandhi: His Life and Ideas

Adela T. Torchia

123

Mark Atherton (ed.), Celts and Christians: New Approaches to the Religious Traditions of Britain and Ireland

Arthur G. Holder

124

Reid Barbour, John Selden: Measures of the Holy Commonwealth in Seventeenth-Century England

P. G. Stanwood

127

Oswald Bayer, Living by Faith: Justification and Sanctification

Gordon A. Jensen

128

Guy Bedouelle, The History of the Church
and
Fredrick W. Norris, Christianity: A Short Global History

Charles R. Henery

131

David S. Cunningham, Reading Is Believing: The Christian Faith through Literature and Film

P. G. Stanwood

135

Andrew Davey, Urban Christianity and Global Order: Theological Resources for an Urban Future

Sean J. LaBat

136

Daniel Deme, The Christology of Anselm of Canterbury

Charles Hefling

139

Robert A. Herrera, Silent Music: The Life, Work, and Thought of St. John of the Cross

Richard P. Hardy

141

Ward A. Knights, Jr., Pastoral Counseling: A Gestalt Approach

Jody H. Clarke

142

Kenneth Leech, Through Our Long Exile: Contextual Theology and the Urban Experience

Mark D. Chapman

145

Amy-Jill Levine (ed. with Marianne Blickenstaff), A Feminist Companion to John

L. William Countryman

146

Paul V. Marshall, One, Catholic, and Apostolic: Samuel Seabury and the Early Episcopal Church

Sheryl A. Kujawa-Holbrook

149

William J. McGill, Poets' Meeting: George Herbert, R. S. Thomas, and the Argument with God

Eileen M. Conway

151

Aaron Milavec, The Didache: Faith, Hope, and Life of the Earliest Christian Communities, 50-70 C.E.

Tim Vivian

154

Georgina Morley, John Macquarrie's Natural Theology: The Grace of Being

Ivan Timonin

157

Carol A. Newsom, The Book of Job: A Contest of Moral Imaginations

Michael H. Floyd

158

Christopher Partridge (ed.), Dictionary of Contemporary Religion in the Western World

Joseph Molleur

161

Graham Redding, Prayer and the Priesthood of Christ in the Reformed Tradition

R. Ward Holder

162

Charles Reed (ed.), Development Matters: Christian Perspectives on Globalization

Iain Luke

165

Gerard S. Sloyan, Preaching from the Lectionary: An Exegetical Commentary

Katherine C. Calore

166

Kevin J. Vanhoozer, The Cambridge Companion to Postmodern Theology

Ivan Timonin

168

John Webster, Holy Scripture: A Dogmatic Sketch

Christopher C. Brittain

170

Ellen Wilbur (ed.), The Consolations of God: Great Sermons of Phillips Brooks

Mitties M. DeChamplain

173

Gleanings

Readings at the Intersection of Culture and Faith: Women, Midlife, and Leadership

Catherine M. Wallace

177

 
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