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  Volume 15, Number 4, Fall 2012

Table of Contents


pp. 5-16

Poetic Knowledge and Cultural Renewal

pp. 17-35

The University’s Cutting Edge—Source of Its Flatness, Or: Reclaiming the University’s Third Dimension

pp. 36-56

Awaken, O Spirit: The Vocation of Becoming in the Work of Edith Stein

pp. 57-74

Bad Priests and the Valor of Pity: Shusaku Endo and Graham Greeneon the Paradoxes of Christian Virtue

pp. 75-96

The Work of the Best and Greatest Artist: A Forgotten Story of Religion, Science, and Stars in the Copernican Revolution

pp. 97-124

The Influence of Christianity on the Spanish Conquest of America and the Organization of the Spanish-American Empire

pp. 125-144

Sub signis visibilibus”: Visual Theology in Trent’s Decrees on the Eucharist

pp. 145-158

Work as Worship in the Garden and the Workshop: Genesis 1–3, the Feast of St. Josephthe Worker, and Liturgical Hermeneutics

pp. 159-178

“Rym[ing] thee to good”: Didacticism and Delight in Herbert’s “The Church Porch”

pp. 179-209

Contributor Notes

pp. 210-213

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