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Reflections Spring 09 - "The Fire Next Time: Faith and the Future of Nuclear Weapons"

Reflections Spring 09 - "The Fire Next Time: Faith and the Future of Nuclear Weapons"

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"Reflections" is a magazine of theological and ethical inquiry published by Yale Divinity School, New Haven, Connecticut.
"Reflections" is a magazine of theological and ethical inquiry published by Yale Divinity School, New Haven, Connecticut.

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Refections
YALE DIVINITY SCHOOL
the fire next time:faith and the future of nuclear weapons
Spring 2009
 
 
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cover artwork: makoto fujimura
front cover
“Water Flames Vermillion” 
back cover
“Precious Grace” 
Makoto Fujimura, born in 1960 in Boston and educated bi-culturally
between the U.S. and Japan, is a New York-based artist.His work reects a sustained meditation on relations between artand faith, beauty and reconciliation. His essays and blogs at www.makotofujimura.com suggest his keen interest in a contemporary
world in the throes of transformation, anxiety, and hope. In 1990, he
 founded The International Arts Movement, which gathers creativeartists to wrestle with issues of faith, humanity, and creativity.Critic Robert Kushner has written: “The idea of forging a new kind 
of art, about hope, healing, redemption, refuge, while maintaining 
visual sophistication and intellectual integrity, is a growing 
movement, one which nds Fujimura’s work at the vanguard.” 
 
photography: paul shambroom
Born in New Jersey and now living in Minneapolis, Paul Shambroomhas made a photographic career exploring the relationship between
 American power and culture.The images seen in these pages were selected from his book of 83color photos called 
Face to Face with the Bob: Nclear Reality
 
after the Cold War
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003).
 At www.paulshambroomart.com, he writes: “The ending of the Cold War raised great hopes that justication for nuclear weapons would 
tumble along with the Berlin Wall. To date, such hopes have beenunfounded. … I hope my photographs will connect viewers to thecontinuing legacy of these events, and help them to confront and dene their own attitudes about the nuclear present and future.” 
Reections
is a magazine of theological and ethical inquiry
published biannually by Yale Divinity School. Opinions expressed are solely those of the authors and do not represent those of thesponsoring institution and its administration and faculty.
We welcome letters to the editor. All correspondence regarding 
Reections
should be addressed to Ray Waddle at the School’s
address or at
reections.editor@yale.ed
.
For a free subscription or to buy additional copies of this issue, please
go to www.yale.edu/reections, or call 203-432-5359.
Reections
 
study guides, summaries of back issues, and other information canbe found on the web site as well.
REFLECTIONS – VOLumE 96, NumBER 1ISSN 0362-0611
Harold W. Attridge – publisher Ray Waddle – editor Frank Brown – managing editor Peter Johnson – graphic designer, YaleRIS John Lindner, Gustav Spohn – senior advisersKira Gallick – circulation manager Rachel Watson – poetry acquisitionLisa Levy – proofreader Campbell Harmon – online coordinator Tyler Wigg-Stevenson – guest contributing editor 
Peacekeeper issile before test lanch, California, 1993. Capable of carrying ten separate nclear warheads, the Peace-keeper was considered the ost powerfl, accrate issile ever prodced. The 50 Peacekeepers in the u.S. arsenalwere deactivated in 2005. Ω
“There is violence and injustice in our world that must be confronted. We must confront it not by splitting apart but by standing together as free nations, as free people. I know that a call to arms can stir the soulsof men and women more than a call to lay them down. But that is why the voices for peace and progressmust be raised together.” – President Barack Obama, Palm Sunday 2009, Prague
 
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