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editorials

Passing on the Right


by S. M. Hutchens


Deep Charity


by Graeme Hunter



report

Darwin Takes the Fifth

What Really Happened at the Kansas Evolution Hearings
by Edward Sisson


The Empire Strikes Out

Theologians Pit Christ Against Imperial America
by Mark Tooley


columns

Book Return

Urban Bungle

by Wilfred M. McClay


As It Is Written...

Haman's End

by Patrick Henry Reardon



18.7—September 2005

features

A Requiem for Friendship

Why Boys Will Not Be Boys & Other Consequences of the Sexual Revolution
by Anthony Esolen


Pink Campaign

How the Media Made Homosexuality Mainstream
by Rod Dreher


Seances & Science

The Lessons of the Spiritualist Challenge to Darwinism
by John Mark Reynolds


views

New Manuscript Discovery Shakes Christianity to the Core

Christopher Bailey on a Third-Century Find That Could Challenge Even The Da Vinci Code

Jordan's Light

Ryan J. Jack McDermott on How Jesus Makes You Young Again

Pluralism's Pride

Peter J. Leithart on Why All Religions Can’t Be Equal

Fair Enough

Perry Glanzer on Secular Angst About Gifted Students

Stem Sell Job

Gilbert Meilaender on Why The Christian Century Is Wrong About “Spare” Embryos

book reviews

Witchful Thinking

Witchcraft Goes Mainstream
by Brooks Alexander
reviewed by David Haddon


The True Scales of Justice

The First Grace
by Russell Hittinger
reviewed by J. Daryl Charles


Mathew's Passion

Father Mathew’s Crusade
by John F. Quinn
reviewed by Mike Aquilina


Warrior Bishop

The Atterbury Plot
by Eveline Cruickshanks
and Howard Erskine-Hill
reviewed by Anne Barbeau Gardiner


Vatican Window

All the Pope’s Men
by John L. Allen, Jr.
reviewed by Michael P. Orsi


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