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Declining Self-Esteem

A First Step in Cultural Salvation
by Thomas S. Buchanan


The Holiness Option

by James M. Kushiner

Hail the Glorious Names

by S. M. Hutchens

Two Stray Thoughts Collide

by J. Douglas Johnson

The Second Iteration

by Donald T. Williams


Methodist Break-Up?

Will Growing Global Pushback on Sexuality Make Progressives Give Up & Leave?
by Mark Tooley

Abortion Angst

The Precarious State of Germany's Pro-life Law
by John D. Martin


A Thousand Words

Piero della Francesca's The Baptism of Christ

by Mary Elizabeth Podles

As It Is Written...

Peter's Sword

by Patrick Henry Reardon

From Heavenly Harmony

Charles Villiers Stanford's Gifts

Ancient Hymns Re-imagined by a Beloved Irish Composer

by Ken Myers


Washed in the Blood

by Anthony Esolen

Mortal Remains

Some Words on the Church

by S. M. Hutchens

First Books

Enhancing Music Appreciation

by Kathie Johnson

32.5—September/October 2019


Purpose-Driven Purging

Minimalism Is Not the New Christian Approach to Managing Possessions
by Harma-Mae Smit

Make Men Pious Again

2018 Conference Talk
by C. R. Wiley

Looking for Jacobs

Some Trivial Thoughts on the Study of Philosophy
by Graeme Hunter


Must Say No

Joshua Steely on When Christians Can't Compromise

The Academy's Blind Spot

Thomas Albert Howard on the Limits of "Post-Colonialism"

Newman's Grammar, Lewis's Assent

James Como on the Debatable Conversion of C. S. Lewis

Feral Sexuality

Anthony Esolen on the Inhuman Transformation of Transgenderism

book reviews

Healing East & West

The Orthodox Reality: Culture, Theology, and Ethics in the Modern World by Vigen Guroian
reviewed by John G. Panagiotou

A Dual Estrangement

Between Two Millstones: Sketches of Exile, 1974-1978 by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
reviewed by James A. Altena


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