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The Abusive Society

The Far Country of Sexual Rebellion
by James Hitchcock & James M. Kushiner


R. C. Sproul, R.I.P.

by Patrick Henry Reardon

How Can They Lie Like That?

by S. M. Hutchens

A Sacrifice of Song

by Peter J. Leithart

War on Two Fronts

by S. M. Hutchens

The Little Skeptic

by S. M. Hutchens


Mortal Remains

The Gifts of the Poor

by S. M. Hutchens

From Heavenly Harmony

Eloquent Lamentation

by Ken Myers


When Worship Goes Wrong

by Anthony Esolen

A Thousand Words

The Votive Crown of King Recceswinth

by Mary Elizabeth Podles

As It Is Written...

Ashibag Unscripted

by Patrick Henry Reardon

31.2—March/April 2018


The Garland of Immortality

A Theology of Martyrdom in the Early Church
by Bryan A. Stewart

Watchful Dragons

Neil Gaiman’s Brush with Narnia Lingers
by Russell D. Moore

Reason Takes Up Arms

How Best to Face the Total War of the Anti-Culture
by R. J. Snell

Millennial Mission

The Transmission of Christianity Is Not a New Task
by Nathanael Devlin

The Work of the Bee

Musical Borrowings & Trinitarian Echoes
by Christopher Hoyt


Anatomy of a Conversion

Paula Huston on Becoming a New Kind of Human Being

Judge Not

David C. Brenner on Being the Biggest Sinner in the Room

Holy Prosperity

Diane Woerner on a Strength That Is from God Alone

Celtic Spirituality Revisited

Andrew Garnett on Insights from the Rule of Columbanus

book reviews

The Pains of Nineveh

Year of the Sword: The Assyrian Christian Genocide, A History
by Joseph Yacoub, tr. James Ferguson

A review by Anne Barbeau Gardiner


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