- Vol XVI No 2
FROM THE ARCHIVES:|
Forrest Church's Theology for the 21st Century; Special Issue: The Realities of Life with Terrorism; more from the archives
Anxiety the Teacher
Whoever has learned to be anxious in the right way has learned the ultimate. . . . Then anxiety enters into his soul and searches out everything and anxiously torments everything finite and petty out of him, and then it leads him where he wants to go. . . . [Thus] the individual through anxiety is educated into faith.
SØREN KIERKEGAARD (1813–1855)
The Concept of Anxiety, 1844. Quoted in Robert Gerzon's article, "Sacred Anxiety," in this issue.
MARCH/APRIL 2002 FEATURES
Violence and DoctrineChristianity has disastrously misinterpreted Jesus' death, leaving a legacy of violence. / BY RITA NAKASHIMA BROCK AND REBECCA ANN PARKER
On the cover: Mosaic detail, "Christ in Benediction Enthroned with Four Angels." Nave, Basilica of St. Apollinare Nuovo (Arian), Ravenna, 6th century. Copyright Scala/Art Resource, New York.
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