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Contributors William Bush, know chiefly for his work on Georges Bernanos, is Professor Emeritus ofFrench at the University ofWestern Ontario. He is the autfior ofa critical edition of Marie of die Incarnation's La Relation du Martyre des seize carmélites de compiègne (Cerf, Paris: 1993) and the full-scale study To Quell the Terror:The Mystery ofthe Vocation of the Sixteen Carmelites ofCompiègne, scheduled for publication in early 1999 by die Institute of Carmélite Studies Publications inWashington. John M. Dolan is Co-Chair of the Program in Human Rights and Medicine in the medical school ofthe University of Minnesota and Morse-Alumni DistinguishedTeaching Professor of Philosophy at that university. He is die autiior of various legal and philosophical journals and of a logic book, Inference and Imagination. Joseph M. Hallman is Professor of Theology at the University of St. Thomas where he has taught since 1981 . He is the author of a book and several historical and systematic studies which attempt to show that an examination of the issues of divine change and suffering in the Christian theological tradition sheds light on the uniqueness of the Christian view of God and Jesus, and that a process approach might be useful for defending and explaining that view. Hallman is currently studying the Christologies that emerged after the Council of Chalcedon in 45 1 , especially in the churches of the East. Tahirih V. Lee is a Visiting Associate at the Harvard Fairbank Center for East Asian Research. She holds a Ph.D. in history fromYale University and a J.D. from the Yale Law School. Sandra Menssen isAssociate Professor of Philosophy at die University ofSt.Thomas and co-editor ofLogos. She has published articles on the philosophy ofreligion and etiiics in such journals as The Monist, Faith and Philosophy, The American Behavioral Scientist, and The American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly. She is currendy working on a book withThomas D. Sullivan titled Evil, God, and theAgnostic Inquirer:A NonstandardApproach. PATRICK Reilly is Professor Emeritus of English Literature and former chair of the department at the University ofGlasgow. He graduated with an M.A. from the University of Glasgow and a B.Litt from the University of Oxford, and has written six books: 223 Jonathan Swift: The Brave Desponder, George Orwell: The Age's Adversary, The Literature ofGuilt: From Gulliver to Golding, and three books forTwayne's Masterwork Studies. Raymond A. SchrOTH, S.J. graduated from Fordham College in 19SS and taught journalism and American studies there from 1969 to 1979. He was dean of Rockhurst College from 1979 to 1981 and ofThe College of the Holy Cross until 1985. He was Will Durant Scholar in the Humanities at St. Peteris College in 1985-86 and taught journalism at Loyola University New Orleans until returning to Fordham as assistant dean in 1996. A former associate editor of Commonweal, he is now media critic for the National Catholic Reporter and author offour books, including TheAmericanJourney ofEric Sevareid (Steerforth Press). JOSEPH Schwartz is Professor Emeritus of English at Marquette University where he served as chair of the department for many years. For eighteen years he was editor of Renascence and is currently Senior Editor. He is a recipient of the Pere Marquette Award for Teaching Excellence. Among his many publications are the primary and secondary bibliographies of Hart Crane. He received his Ph.D. from the University ofWisconsin-Madison. Michael Stoeber is Associate Professor of die Department of Religion and Religious Education, The Cadiolic University ofAmerica. His main research interests are indie area ofthe philosophy of comparative religion. His publications include: Evil and the Mystics' God: Towards a Mystical Theodicy (University ofToronto Press and Macmillan Press, 1992); Theo-Monistic Mysticism: A Hindu-Christian Comparison (St. Martin's Press and Macmillan Press, 1994) and co-edited with Hugo Meynell, Critical Reflections on the Paranormal (State University of NewYork Press, 1996). Thomas D. Sullivan is Professor of Philosophy at the University of St. Thomas, where he holds the Aquinas Chair in Philosophy andTheology. He has published numerous articles on metaphysics, the philosophy ofreligion, the philosophy oflogic, and etiiics in journals such as The Monist, Faith and Philosophy, The Notre DameJournal ofSymbolic Logic, Philosophy, and The...


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