explore Spring 2013

explore Journal

Spring 2013

Sacred Texts in the Public Sphere

 

In this Issue

sm-1316-Madigan

Sacred Text, Sacred Space

How Closed Texts Open to Infinity

By Daniel A. Madigan, S.J.
 
sm-1316-Zorn

A Non-Zionist Drash of Lech Lecha

Discussion of how the "whole student" can only be taught by the "whole professor"

By Jeffrey Zorn
 
sm-1316-Wildman

Living Values through the Center for Social Justice and Public Service

Reflections on addressing the justice gap in the legal system

By Stephanie M. Wildman and Deborah Moss-West
 
sm-1316-Fitzgerald

A Photo Essay

Interpreting and Embodying Sacred Texts in the Public Sphere

By Theresa Ladrigan-Whelpley
sm-1316-VanDorn

A Pet Name for My Beloved

Reflecting on the power of poetry in unexpected ways

By Maggi Van Dorn
 
sm-1316-Siddiqee

Listening to God in Community

Reflecting on truly interacting with the Qur'an

By Seher Siddiqee
sm-1316-Massaro

An Oddly Satisfying Sacred Text

The potential beauty of a bulleted list

By Thomas Massaro, S.J.
sm-1316-Singh

Sikh Scripture and Inter-Religious Community

A University as a true inter-religious community

By Sukhmander Singh
sm-1316-Deanes

My Reflections on MLK's "Letter from Birmingham Jail"

A Letter to Amara and Anissa

By Lester Deanes

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