Vol. 2, No. 2 September 30, 2004
Our second edition of the 2004-2005 academic year is genuinely interdisciplinary, with one paper each from a field in the humanities (religion), the social sciences (political science), and the natural sciences (neuroscience).
By Jill Hicks
Galatians 3:23-28 serves as a window into Pauline thought regarding the implications of the coming of Christ. The context, structure, literary analogues, and contemporary relevance of this key passage are examined.
By Angela Sager
The success of the Iranian Revolution was largely dependent on the combination of religious piety and political intuition cultivated and exhibited by its leader, the Ayatollah Khomeini.
By Bryan Hansen
A comprehensive understanding of MS and of the relationship between cognitive and memory dysfunction are essential in defining memory as the area of cognition most severely affected by MS.