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editorials

Alma’s Mater

The Violent Hypocrisy of Some Peace & Justice Christians
by Russell D. Moore

Fully Living Sacrifices

Where Nietzsche Was Right About Christians
by S. M. Hutchens

columns

The Leading Edge

They Are A-Changin’

by Phillip E. Johnson

Angels in the Wilderness

by Gilbert Meilaender

As It Is Written...

Gog Rising

by Patrick Henry Reardon


20.6—July/August 2007

features

Esther’s Guarded Condition

Dying When Common Sense & Common Decency Have Departed
by Anthony Esolen

Preaching Without Reaching

The Irrelevance of Relevant Preaching
by David Mills

The Anglo-Saxon Evangel

The Beowulf Poet Was a Shrewd Christian Apologist
by Douglas Wilson

views

Night Lights

Paul J. Cella III on Stellar Illuminations & the Mystery of Being

End of Discussion

Scott Noto on Intolerable Dialogue at an Inclusive Blog

Penultimate Penalty

Anthony McCarthy on the Man Who Loses His Right to Life

Church Complex

James M. Harrison on the Value of Being Uncomfortable with Others

Book Reviews

Illuminations

In the Light of Christ: Writings in the Western Tradition
by Lucy Beckett
A review by Franklin Freeman

Counter Tourist

The Politically Incorrect Guide to English and American Literature
by Elizabeth Kantor
A review by R. V. Young

Cosmic Grandeur

A Meaningful World: How the Arts and Sciences Reveal the Genius of Nature
by Benjamin Wiker and Johathan Witt
by Jay W. Richards

Self Evidence

From Nature to Experience: The American Search for Cultural Authority
by Roger Lundin
A review by John Harmon McElroy

Prodigal Continent

Without Roots
by Joseph Ratzinger and Marcello Pera
A review by Robert Hart

Helpful Agnostic

The Truth About Leo Strauss
Catherine and Michael Zuckert
A review by Michael P. Foley

Practical Apologetic

Simply Christian: Why Christianity Makes Sense
by N. T. Wright
A review by Louis Markos

In His Sanctuary

Recalling the Hope of Glory: Biblical Worship from the Garden to the New Creation
Allen P. Ross
A review by Peter J. Leithart

Shades of Intelligence

Fair Play: The Moral Dilemmas of Spying
by James M. Olson
A review by Tristan Abbey

Retro-Sexual

The Thrill of the Chaste
by Dawn Eden
A review by Mike Aquilina

Falsely Alarmed

Thy Kingdom Come: An Evangelical?s Lament
by Randall Balmer
A review by Ralph Mackenzie

Misguided Missive

Letter to a Christian Nation
by Sam Harris
A review by Laura Echevarria

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