CrossCurrents: Ambiguity

Volume 67, Number 4, December 2017

Edited by Anne Foerst

CrossCurrents: Ambiguity

98 pp., 6 x 9

  • Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4696-6689-1
    Published: December 2017

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Distributed for the Association for Public Religion and Intellectual Life

CrossCurrents connects the wisdom of the heart with the life of the mind and the experiences of the body. The journal is operated through its parent organization, the Association for Public Religion and Intellectual Life (APRIL), an interreligious network of academics, activists, artists, and community leaders seeking to engage the many ways religion meets the public. Contributions to the journal exist at the nexus of religion, education, the arts, and social justice.

In the December 2017 issue of CrossCurrents:

“Ambiguity” by Anne Foerst

“About the Cover Art” by Tobi Kahn

“Japanese American Spiritual Ambiguity and Arts of Silence” by Brett J. Esaki

“Belief and Delusion as Palliative Responses to Uncertainty” by Philip R. Corlett

“‘Clear as God’s Words’?–Dealing with Ambiguities in the Bible” by Manfred Oeming

“More Choice, Less Uncertainty: The Paradoxical Relationship of Political Identity and News Exposure in the American Public Sphere” by Benjamin Gross

“Why the Wende?” by Peter Heinegg

“The Road to Monotheism” by Peter Heinegg

“Do They Contradict Themselves?: Very Well Then They Contradict Themselves” by Peter Heinegg