July-September 2001

Volume 13, Number 3




Through the Editor's Eyes

Typos, Teeth & Trivial Oopses

Catherine Groves

A pair of unforeseeable, though trivial, mistakes brings Catherine Groves to pause and reflect on the nature of human awareness.

A Peek Between the Covers

Dan Hahn

In this review, the Reverend Daniel B. Hahn explores Buddhist insights into psychological healing and emotional wholeness. Critiqued and compared are two books of special relevance — EMOTIONAL ALCHEMY: How the Mind Can Heal the Heart, by Tara Bennett-Goleman and CHASING ELEPHANTS: Healing Psychologically with Buddhist Wisdom, by Diane Shainberg.

A Pensive Pause


John W. Groff, Jr.

Father John W. Groff, Jr. recalls the time he led a weekend spiritual retreat, at the invitation of the chaplain and warden, at an Alabama state prison. There he met Autry, an inmate. And so developed a correspondence which lasted for the better part of a decade.

Heretic or Hero?

L. David Moore

Arius, often considered "the first major heretic condemned by the entire Church," might be said to have been the very reason Emperor Constantine called the Council of Nicaea in 325 CE. This in-depth study probes the teachings of Arius, the nature of the controversy, and the development of the creeds which eventuated into the Nicene Creed — a core statement of faith for most every Christian Church today.

The Puzzle of Oneness

Sharon Niman

Assuming the Oneness of all being, Sharon Niman, editor of Faces of the Goddess, probes what that means practically for our day-to-day relationships with others.

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