2000-06-02

Date: 
Friday, June 2, 2000

Trading Up

The movement that first coalesced in Seattle at the anti-World Trade Organization demonstrations last December and recurred in Washington, D.C., in opposition...

The Author Replies

I can address only a few of Stephen Pope’s welcome questions. First, I agree that undergraduate teaching is a prime opportunity for theology to contribute to the...

A Second Opinion

Only by using the word in its most Pickwickian sense would I ever call myself a "young" theologian. Indeed, I belong, at least chronologically, to that post-fifty...

Theologians: Young & Older

Christopher Ruddy ["Young Theologians," April 21] has written an intriguing and challenging essay on the state of academic theology and its relation to the church [...

A Pathological Condition

That is how some have described the contempt and animosity felt by those who are obsessed with the "crimes" of Bill and Hillary Clinton. Take former Reagan...

Something New

As the response to Christopher Ruddy’s recent Commonweal article on young theologians suggests (see, "Continuing the Conversation"), this is a time of great foment...