October-December 2001

Volume 13, Number 4




Confessions of a Christianophobe

N.M. Landaiche III

A favorite, frequent author in C*NAQ pages, N.M. Landaiche III confronts his own inner depths as he grapples with his uneasy relationship to Christianity. Any reader who has struggled to either embrace or reject the influences of Christian culture and upbringing will be stirred by this intensely moving essay.

Through The Editor's Eyes


Catherine Groves

Catherine reflects on the events which transpired on September 11, 2001 — the "Attack on America" — as she watched her familiar New York skyline fall. The center of this piece focuses upon her concern for innocent Moslems who serve as a convenient target of bigotry for the wounded, scared and enraged in our nation.

A Peek Between the Covers

Mark Pitstick

Dr. Mark R. Pitstick tackles a vital and controversial topic in his review of Christian de la Huerta's COMING OUT SPIRITUALLY: The Next Step. De la Huerta contends that the roots of prejudice against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered individuals lie largely within religion. He examines the biblical passages that traditionally have been thought to forbid homosexuality in light of recent scholarly advances into biblical interpretation and the context in which these key scriptural writings were composed.

Common Ground: Reclaiming Earth & Spirit

Jesse Wolf Hardin

An author new to C*NAQ and founder of The Earthen Spirituality Project, Jesse Wolf Hardin offers his vision of how we might reclaim earth and spirit — and in doing so stem the destruction of our planet increasingly brought forth by our lifestyles and dialectics. 

A Pensive Pause

On This Morning, June 11, 2001

John W. Groff, Jr.

Father John W. Groff, Jr. looks at the significance of June 11, 2001 as Timothy McVeigh was executed for the destruction of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.

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