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editorials

Eyeing the Sanctuary

Freedom for Churches Affirmed . . . For Now
by James Hitchcock



communiqué

Once Seized, Fits All

The Hegemony of the Common Core Educational Standards
by Michael Avramovich


columns

Mortal Remains

Ministry & Learning

by S. M. Hutchens


From Heavenly Harmony

Bach to Basics

by Ken Myers


A Thousand Words

La Disputa, Raffaello Sanzio

by Mary Elizabeth Podles


Illuminations

What Did He Do?

by Anthony Esolen


As It Is Written...

Vineyard of the Son

by Patrick Henry Reardon



27.5—Sept/Oct 2014

features

The Business of Spiritual Man

The Role of Christianity in Peter Drucker's Early Work
by Hunter Baker


The Hundred Years' War

The Culture of Death's Campaign Against the Catholic Church
by Brantly Millegan


The Light of Everyman

Benedict XVI's Regensburg Lecture, St. John's Proemium & Intercultural Understanding
by Graeme Hunter


views

Thou Shalt Now Covet

Robert Hart on Spiritual Evolution & the Myth of Equal Rights

Food for Thought

Rachel Lu on Growing Vegetables as a Primer in Moral Philosophy

Absence of Evil

Benjamin V. Beier on the Surprising Augustinian Grammar of The Great Gatsby

Songs Without Borders

Paul Gregory Alms on Why Springsteen's "The River" Couldn't Be Written Today

book reviews

Wesley's Partisans

Methodism and Politics in the Twentieth Century by Mark Tooley
by Robert Benne


In Yonder Stalled

The Silence of Animals: On Progress and Other Modern Myths
by John Gray
by Matthew Anderson


Shades of Divinity

On the God of the Christians (and on one or two others) by Rémi Brague
by S. M. Hutchens


No Offense Taken

What Is Marriage? Man and Woman: A Defense
by Sherif Girgis, Ryan T. Anderson, and Robert P. George
by Douglas Farrow


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