January 2000
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jan2000, Issue 99, p2
Prints correspondences on topics relating to religion and public life. Includes challenge to the spiritual materialism of Artificial Intelligence enthusiasts such as Marvin Minsky; Feminized Christianity and bridal mysticism; Edith Stein as apostate saint and the conflict between the truth-claims of Judaism and Christianity.


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