Fall 2001, Vol. 4, No. 3

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Fall 2001

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Articles in this issue

From the Editor: The Civil Religion Goes to War

Religion After 9-11:

Good for What Ails Us

Falwell and Robertson Stumble

Islam is Everywhere

Pacifism on the Record

When Our Allies Persecute

No Bad Sects in France

The Stem Cell Conundrum

Gain, No Pain

On the Beat: Covering Religion in Hard Times

Letter to the Editor and Reply



T. Jeremy Gunn is the Senior Fellow for Religion and Human Rights at Emory University. He previously worked for the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom and the Office of International Religious Freedom at the Department of State.

Ronald M. Green is the chair of the Department of Religion and Director of the Ethics Institute at Dartmouth College. He has been active on private and public ethics boards dealing with the stem cell issue.

Benjamin-Hugo LeBlanc, a Canadian, is writing his Ph.D. thesis at the École Pratique des Hautes Études-Sorbonne (Paris) and Laval University (Quebec) on the evolution of the social representations of "sects" or "new religious movements" in the French and French-Canadian press between 1970 and 2000.