The Thomas Merton Center at Bellarmine University

The Merton Annual - Volume 23

  • Matthews, Gray. "Introduction: Facing the Astoninshing." 7-12.
  • Merton, Thomas. "Preface to Dom Denys Rutledge's In Search of a Yogi." 13-19.
  • Conner, James, OCSO. "Thomas Merton - Final Integration Through Interreligious Dialogue." 20-28.
  • McDermott, Rachel Fell. "Why Zen Buddhism and Not Hinduism? The Asias of Thomas Merton’s Voyages East." 29-46.
  • Gardner, Fiona. “A Kind of Arduous and Unthanked Pioneering.” 59-66.
  • Anderson, Tyson. “What Matters Is Clear.” 67-79.
  • Horan, Daniel P., OFM. “Striving Toward Authenticity: Merton’s ‘True Self’ and the Millennial Generation’s Search for Identity.” 80-89.
  • Raab, Joseph Quinn. “Insights from the Inter-Contemplative Dialogue: Merton’s Three Meanings of ‘God’ and Religious Pluralism.” 90-105.
  • Kaplan, Edward K. “Abraham Heschel and Thomas Merton: Prophetic Personalities, Prophetic Friendship.” 106-115.
  • Magid, Shaul. “Be Alone, Together: Religious Individualism, Community and the American Spirit in Emerson, Merton and Heschel.” 116-131.
  • Kavka, Martin. “The Ends of Anxiety in Merton and Heschel.” 132-148.
  • O'Connell, Patrick F. “'A Son of This Instant’: Thomas Merton and Ibn ‘Abbād of Ronda.” 149-183.
  • Cannon, Nass. “No Mirror, No Light – Just This! Merton’s Discovery of Global Wisdom.” 184-196.
  • Golemboski, David. “What Kind of World-Lover? Thomas Merton on Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Death-of-God Theology.” 197-211.

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