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Summer 2001, Vol. 4, No. 2




Cover Story:
Purging Ourselves of Timothy McVeigh
America tries to put the Oklahoma City bombing behind it.
by Edward Linenthal




From the Editor: The Minister, the Rabbi, and the Baccalaureate
An Atlanta suburb negotiates religious pluralism. 
Mark Silk

Idol Threats
The Taliban wins friends and influences people by destroying an ancient Buddhist monument in Afghanistan.
by Thomas Barfield

The Pope Among the Orthodox
Pope John Paul II woos tough audiences in pilgrimages to Greece and the Ukraine. 
by Andrew Walsh

Faith-Based Update: Bipartisan Breakdown
President Bush’s faith-based social service initiative goes from a gimme to a maybe.
by Dennis R. Hoover

The Perils of Polling
Asking the wrong question on charitable choice.
by Dennis R. Hoover

The Rael Deal.
A UFO-based religion goes for human cloning.
by Susan Palmer

Superceding the Jews
Cartoonist Johnny Hart’s Easter "B.C." cartoon triggers a national debate over "replacement theology."
by Andrew Walsh

Jamming the Jews
Charlie Ward of the Knicks learns a lesson about religious pluralism.
by Thomas W. Hambrick-Stowe

Evangelism in a Chilly Climate
Even entertainment-driven, multicultural revivalism is a weak draw in Connecticut. 
by William K. Piotrowski

Correspondence: Palestinians and Israelis
Letter to the Editor from Ron Stockton, University of Michigan-Dearborn, with reply from Rachel Stroumsa


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