19.7—September 2006

editorials

Without Conscience

by James Hitchcock
& David Mills


columns

The Leading Edge

Getting Over Dover

by Phillip E. Johnson

Book Returns

Wheelin’ Grace

by Franklin Freeman

As It Is Written...

Exodus in Genesis

by Patrick Henry Reardon


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features

Terror & the Last Enemy

9/11 & the Way of the Cross
by James M. Kushiner

Hope’s Eternal Spring

Shallow Optimism, Vain Hopes & God’s Absent Presence
by R. V. Young

The End of Marriage

Sex, Procreation & the Gnostic Triumph
by Allan Carlson

views

Puff the Maverick Dragons

David Mills on Religious News That’s Not

Truth Café

Mark D. Linville on the Campus Coffee Shop as the First Casualty of Relativism

The Wild Man

William K. Kilpatrick on Why Gorillas Don’t Build Libraries But Men Do

Samantha Shrugged

Barry Michaels on Thinking About Abortion with Those Who Won’t

book reviews

A Maid to Order Bible

Finally Feminist: A Pragmatic Christian Understanding of Gender by John G. Stackhouse, Jr.
by S. M. Hutchens

Surprising Choices

Prolife Feminism: Yesterday And Today edited by Mary Krane Derr, Rachel MacNair, and Linda Naranjo-Huebl
by Jocelyn Mathewes

Eminent Betrayal

Our Endangered Values:
America’s Moral Crisis
by Jimmy Carter
by Mark Tooley

Sisters in Chains

Terrify No More
by Gary A. Haugen
with Gregg Hunter
by Cristopher Rapp

Pain Without Gain

The Year of Magical Thinking
by Joan Didion
by Harold K. Bush

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