Journal of Ecumenical Studies
Contents of Volume 27 (1990)

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Volume 27, Number 1 (Winter, 1990)


Introduction: Theology in a Pluralistic Setting: Report on Adolescent Pregnancy
by Ellen T. Charry and Annette Brownlee 1

Children Bearing Children: The Crisis of Premature Pregnancy
by Bruce Chilton 8

Religious Communities and Youth
by Ellen T. Charry 10

Experiential Findings
by John T. Ford 15

Protestant Position Paper
by John Jefferson Davis 28

Roman Catholic Position Paper
by John T. Ford 30

Jewish Position Paper
by Gordon Tucker 34

Orthodox Position Paper
by George C. Papademetriou 37

Protestant Deliberations
by Bruce Chilton 42

Addendum to Protestant Report
by Thomas Mikelson 50

Roman Catholic Deliberations
by Jerome Bracken 51

A Roman Catholic Case Study
by Jerome Bracken 60

Jewish Deliberations
by Michael A. Signer 66

An Orthodox Case Study
by George C. Papademetriou 68

Protestant Response
by Bruce Chilton 70

Protestant Response
by James A. Carpenter 75

Roman Catholic Response
by William Werpehowski 77

Roman Catholic Response
by Lucien Richard 83

A Jewish Response
by Michael A. Signer 89

An Orthodox Response
by George C. Papademetriou 91

by Bruce Chilton 93

by Ellen T. Charry 95

Baby Dedication in Traditional Christianity: Eastern Orthodox "Churching" of Forty-Day-Olds
by Ron Grove 101

Volume 27, Number 2 (Spring, 1990)

Protestant Hopes for the Twentieth Century
by Paul Bock 237

Commentary on ARC/USA Statement on Anglican Orders
by R. William Franklin and George H. Tavard 261

Jesus and Jeremiah in the Matthean Tradition
by David J. Zucker 288

Christ and Buddha
by Seiichi Yagi 306

Supersessionism, Engraftment, and Jewish-Christian Dialogue: Reflections on the Pres byterian Statement on Jewish-Christian Relations
by Robert R. Hann 327

Volume 27, Number 3 (Summer, 1990)

One Covenant or Many Covenants? Toward a Theology of Christian-Jewish Relations
by Gavin D'Costa 441

Faith and Ethics after the Holocaust: What Christians Can Learn from the Jewish Narrative Tradition of Hutzpah
by Darrell J. Fasching 453

The Inner Ground of Christian Theology: Church, Faith, and Sectarianism
by David Wayne Layman 480

The Ecclesiology of KoinÇnia and Baptism: A Pentecostal Perspective
by Cecil M. Robeck, Jr. , and Jerry L. Sandidge 504

Heeding the Early Congar Today, and Two Recent Roman Catholic Issues: Seeking Hope on the Road Back
by Richard J. Beauchesne 535

Volume 27, Number 4 (Fall, 1990)

Luther's Critique of the Ecumenical Assumption that Doctrine Divides but Service Unites
by Carter Lindberg 679

Philip Schaff: An Ecumenical Pioneer
by John C. Meyer 697

Anglican Comprehensiveness and the Pluralism of David Tracy
by Pierre Welté Whalon 708

The Opening of the American Mind: A Fresh Look at Cults of Persecution
by Lowell D. Streiker 731

Epistemological Tolerance: A Step toward Christian Unity?
by Myroslaw Tataryn 753

Explorations and Responses:

Orthodox-Catholic Unity and the Revised Code of Eastern Canon Law
by Patrick Viscuso 108

Some Reflections on Robert Hann's Critique of the Pres byterian Statement on Jewish-Christian Relations
by William P. Anderson 343

A Reply to Reviews  by Chernick and Levine of Sigal's The Halakhah of Jesus of Nazareth according to the Gospel of Matthew
by Harvey Falk 347

Chernick Reply to Harvey Falk and Leonard Swidler
by Michael Chernick 355

Levine Reply to Harvey Falk and Leonard Swidler
by Amy-Jill Levine 360

by Miriam Nathan 364

Christian Identity in Ecumenical Perspective: A Response to David Wayne Layman
by James William McClendon, Jr. , and John Howard Yoder 561

Noahide Laws, Christian Covenants, and Jewish Expectations
by G. David Schwartz 767

Evangelical Catholicity and Baptist Ecumenicity: A Response to "Christian Identity in Ecumenical Perspective"
by David Wayne Layman 773

A Response to an Antisemitic Incident
by Eugene J. Fisher 781

Book Reviews 217-223, 369-421, 581-625, 783-828

Books Received 228, 232-234, 421, 439, 626, 828

Ecumenical Abstracts 226-228, 422-431, 628-671,829-847

Ecumenical Events 229-231, 432-438, 672-678, 848-858