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Label: Birmingham-Southern College
Manufacturer: Birmingham-Southern College
Number Of Pages: 86
Publication Date: 2003
Publisher: Birmingham-Southern College
Studio: Birmingham-Southern College
The 2003 annual issue, Volume 70, of Southern Academic Review contains the articles "Recreating Christianity in Their Own Image: Duality and Affirmation of the Black Religious Identity" by Evelyn Coleman; "Abraham Lincoln's Purposeful Faith During the Civil War" by Daniel Tidwell; "Degrees of Suffering and Moral Perfection" by Joseph John, "Misreading or Miswriting?: The Author Carolyn Chute vs. The Readers of The Beans of Egypt, Maine" by Katy Smith; "Erotophobia-Erotophilia: Individual Differences in Cognitive Processing" by Joseph F. Chandler, Caroline K. Street, Michelle M. Hilgeman, and Lauren A. Harrington; "The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Paradox and Bell's Inequality" by Johannes Norrell; "German Foreign Policy Under Bismarck and Kaiser Wilhelm II" by Charles Roberts; and "F. Scott Fitzgerald at His Worst?: An Analysis of 'The Offshore Pirate'" by Jessical Kilgore. Southern Academic Review seeks to publish material of scholarly interest to the students and faculty of Birmingham-Southern, and the editorial scope encompasses all disciplines.