2002-03-22

Date: 
Friday, March 22, 2002

Why We Need Both Stories

All Christology begins "from below." Rahner’s distinction, "from below/from above," describes the plots of the Christological stories we tell, but not...

Easier Said Than Defined

Robert Krieg emphasizes the distinction between a "Christology from above" and a "Christology from below." But it seems that making this distinction is...

Who Do You Say I Am?

The biblical scene is well known. Jesus turns to his disciples and asks, "Who do people say that I am?" Various people reply, "John the Baptist" or "Elijah" or...

Wrongful Life?

The law tells stories. So argues Catholic legal scholar Mary Ann Glendon in her short but fascinating book, Abortion and Divorce in Western Law. Glendon draws...

Evildoer

No doubt about it: Iraq is a terrorist nation. Saddam Hussein’s government used chemical weapons against its own Kurdish population in 1988 and it invaded and...

War budget

How far will the United States go? The time has come to ask the Bush Administration about the war on terrorism, its aims and costs. Senate majority leader, Senator...