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31.5—September/October, 2018

Liberalism Occupied

The Rise of the Gnostic Liberal State After Christianity

by Andrew Latham

30.6—Nov/Dec, 2017

The Rules of Progress
by S. M. Hutchens

30.6—Nov/Dec, 2017

American Gadara

Yes, Virginia, There Is a God

by James M. Kushiner

30.6—Nov/Dec, 2017

The Great Divorce

Christianity & the Liberal Society

by James Hitchcock

30.5—Sept/Oct, 2017

A Miscall to Arms
Why Selective Service for Women Is Immoral by Andrew A. Sicree

30.3—May/June, 2017

The Pity & the Pride

on One Difference Between Sins of the Flesh & Sins of the Soul

by Louis Markos

30.3—May/June, 2017

Three Trojan Horses

by Alexander F. C. Webster

30.2—March/April, 2017

L'affaire Esolen

We Stand in Solidarity & in Good Company

by James M. Kushiner

29.6—Nov/Dec, 2016

A Global Conflict of Interest
The Clash Between Religion & Secularism Overshadows The Clash of Civilizations by David V. Hicks

27.4—July/August, 2014

Not So Far
Writing from Left to Right: My Journey from Liberal to Conservative
by Michael Novak
by John C. Chalberg

27.4—July/August, 2014

Hindsight
The Twilight of the American Enlightenment: The 1950s and the Crisis of Liberalism
by George M. Marsden
by Greame Hunter

26.2—Mar/Apr, 2013

Body of Evidence

on Liberal Klingons & the Hard Facts of Christian Faith

by Donald T. Williams

24.4—July/August, 2011

Reformed to Death
on the Future of Feminized Liberal Judaism by Leon J. Podles

22.4—May, 2009

Losing Our Grips

on the Cultural Suicide of the Newly Enlightened

by James Hitchcock

21.4—May, 2008

No Child Is An Island
Freedom’s Orphans: Contemporary Liberalism and the Fate of America’s Children by David L. Tubbs by Gerald J. Russello

20.1—January/February, 2007

Brahmin Bull
The Liberal Case Against Abortion
by Vasu Murti
by Anne Barbeau Gardiner

19.4—May, 2006

The Relatively Good Book

on the Liberal Protestant Bible Translation

by B. J. Hutto

14.1—January/February, 2001

Too Close for Comfort
on Liberal Christianity by Rod Dreher

17.4—May, 2004

Supreme Modernism

A sidebar in James Hitchcock’s “Superemely Modern Liberals”

by David Mills

17.4—May, 2004

Supremely Modern Liberals

The Unhappy & Abusive Marriage of Liberalism & Modernism

by James Hitchcock

17.3—April, 2004

Europe Passé

When the World Sets the Agenda for the Church

by James Hitchcock

15.1—January/February, 2002

Confused by Terror
on Liberal Theology & September 11 by Mark Tooley

9.3—Summer, 1996

Stuck in the Sixties

An Excerpt from The Empty Church: The Suicide of Liberal Christianity

by Thomas C. Reeves

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27.3—May/June 2014

Religious Freedom & Why It Matters

Working in the Spirit of John Leland by Robert P. George

27.2—March/April 2014

Poetry Above Compulsion

Higher Education Should Advance the Glorious Liberty of the Sons of God by Anthony Esolen

30.5—Sept/Oct 2017

Passions' Republic

The Christian Cure for What Ails Modern Politics by David Bradshaw

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