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  Volume 7, Number 4, Winter 2004

Table of Contents

From: Rhetoric & Public Affairs

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Special Issue: Religious and Theological Traditions as Sources of Rhetorical Invention

Introduction

pp. 445-448
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Justice and Argument in Judaism: A D'var Torah on Shofetim

pp. 449-460
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A Calvinist and a Scholar

pp. 461-468
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On the Way to Canterbury: A Rhetorician's Tale

pp. 469-486
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"Come Let Us Reason Together": The Heritage of the Churches of Christ as a Source for Rhetorical Invention

pp. 487-498
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Rhetoric and the Catholic Imagination

pp. 499-511
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One Friend's Journey

pp. 513-523
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Apologia Pro Curriculum Vitae

pp. 525-538
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In the World But Not of It: Mennonite Traditions as Resources for Rhetorical Invention

pp. 539-554
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Filled with the Spirit: Rhetorical Invention and the Pentecostal Tradition

pp. 555-572
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For the Least Among Us: Articles of Faith of a United Methodist Rhetorician

pp. 573-585
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Being Baptist

pp. 587-601
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Rhetorical Invention and Lutheran Doctrine?

pp. 603-614
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Research Areas

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