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Taking Liberties

The Secular State Without the Decalogue
by James M. Kushiner


Surprised by Knowledge

by Peter J. Leithart

Political Abuse

by S. M. Hutchens

Idol Threats

by Donald T. Williams

Prayer Screens

by S. M. Hutchens



The Wedding Guest

O Father All Creating

by Anthony Esolen

As It Is Written...

The Left-Handed Right-Hander

by Patrick Henry Reardon

A Thousand Words

The Chalice of Abbot Suger

by Mary Elizabeth Podles

From Heavenly Harmony

The Beauty of Many as One

Musical Counterpoint as an Analogy to the Trinitarian Life

by Ken Myers

Mortal Remains

Getting Rid of "Youth"

by S. M. Hutchens

First Books

Introducing Fine Art

by Kathie Johnson

31.5—September/October 2018


Urban Prospects

The Cities of Man & the Dwelling Place of the Lord
by Anthony Esolen

Fool and Lie Makers

Public Education & the Secular Idols Replacing God
by Nicholas Nussen

Liberalism Occupied

The Rise of the Gnostic Liberal State After Christianity
by Andrew Latham

Errands into the Moral Wilderness

Forms of Christian Family Witness & Renewal
by Allan C. Carlson


Affective Devotion

James A. Altena on Church Music as Facilitating Worship

Ecclesiastes' Son

Andrew Kuiper on Jewish Liturgy & Deeper Christian Exegesis

Unsaintly Saintliness

Steven Faulkner on Graham Greene's Whisky Priest

Pastoral Realism

Paul Gregory Alms on the Congregation as a Wilderness

book reviews

Doctored Malevolence

Gosnell: The Untold Story of America's Most Prolific Serial Killer
reviewed by Howard Isaac Williams

Solace in the Shadows

Walking Through Twilight: A Wife's Illness—A Philosopher's Lament
reviewed by Charles Strohmer


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