Gregory Walter is Associate Professor of Religion at St. Olaf College.
Technology as Tool and as World: Response to “The Question Concerning Technology and Religion”
November/December 2012 (Volume 12 Issue 6)
 There is no single question concerning technology and religion; the variety of technologies, their vast phenomena require attention to each and every instance to discern and evaluate their significance. A. K. M. Adam’s essay urges caution; it also charges communities to carefully evaluate technology from the various teachings and orientations that arise from the […]
Recognizing the Other in Liturgical Acts: Religious Pluralism and Eucharist
September 2010: Liturgical Ethics (Volume 10 Issue 9)
 A major difficulty facing contemporary life is the misrecognition of persons. This is the social pathology whereby we can improperly recognize the religious other and thereby do violence to another.1 Misrecognition denotes a variety of processes. In general, it marks the way that a person can ignore another, treat a person as a thing […]