Vol. 73, No. 3

June 2023 TABLE OF CONTENT   Articles Re-Reading the Annunciation (Luke 1:26-38): Towards Comprehensive Sexuality Education Telesia Musili Mystery and the Problem of Election in Judaism and Christianity Malka Z. Simkovich Halakha vs. Capitalism Allen Lipson Who Do Our Methods Serve and Protect? Pedagogical and Meta-Ethical Challenges in Teaching Breonna Taylor Andrew Stone Porter  …

Vol. 73, No. 2

June 2023 TABLE OF CONTENT Articles Our Sounds Reach the Other World: Sacred Musical Instruments and Their Spiritual Roles Cara R. Schreffler A Brief History of Jewish Victimhood Identity Marc J. Rosenstein Setting the Table: A Bahá’i geographer reflects on faith, fieldwork, and farmworkers Anisa Kline Echoes of a Method: Inductive Christian Social Ethics, Social…

Vol. 73, No. 1 – The Theologies of Land

March 2023 TABLE OF CONTENTS SPECIAL ISSUE: THE THEOLOGIES OF LAND Edited by Domenik Ackermann Articles Comparative Theology On and In Place: An Introduction to the Special Issue Paul Hedges Mosaic Tiles: Comparative Theological Hermeneutics and Christian-Jewish Dialogue About the Land Domenik Ackermann The Paradoxes of Place: Cultivating Particularity and Planetarity Amid Climate Catastrophe O’neil…

Vol. 72, No. 4

December 2020 TABLE OF CONTENTS Articles Universal Responsibility as a Key Concept for an Interreligious Dialogue with the Mahāyāna Geluk Tradition Patricia Guernelli Palazzo Tsai Remembering (and Forgetting) COVID-19 in Britain’s Religious-Secular Landscape David Tollerton Fake News, Fake Prophets: Mis/Disinformation, Public Health, and the COVID-19 Global Pandemic in Nigeria and Beyond: A Christian Narrative Gbule…

CFP for special issue of CrossCurrents journal, “Queer Muslim Media.” Edited by Amanullah De Sondy and Magda Mohamed

This issue brings together work situated at the intersection of the three terms of the title: How are queer Muslims represented in media? How does media allow an alternative space for queer Muslims? Is Muslim belief and practice influenced by media production? How might a religious tradition such as Islam reconfigure what we mean by queer, especially as queer…