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Forbidden Lies

Speaking Truth About the Sexes Is Not Optional
by Anthony Esolen


Phillip E. Johnson

by James M. Kushiner

Scriptural Clarity

by Donald T. Williams

The Endgame

by J. Douglas Johnson

Narrative Dissonance

by S. M. Hutchens

The Heart of the Bible

by Donald T. Williams

More, Less & Mere

by S. M. Hutchens

The Mark of Mark

by Donald T. Williams

Frank Speech

by S. M. Hutchens

Really Bad Guys

by S. M. Hutchens


From Heavenly Harmony

Master of Majesty & Lament

On the Work and Legacy of Henry Purcell (1659-1695)

by Ken Myers

First Books

More on Music

by Kathie Johnson


Godward Bound

by Anthony Esolen

Mortal Remains

The Religion of Antichrist

by S. M. Hutchens

As It Is Written...

The Age of Samson

by Patrick Henry Reardon

A Thousand Words

Portrait of St. Luke in the Gospel Book of Otto III

by Mary Elizabeth Podles

33.1—January/February 2020


About Face

On Beauty & the Personal Being of God & Man
by Anthony Esolen

Do You Know Your Child’s Doctor?

The Politicization of Pediatrics in America
by Alexander F. C. Webster

All One in Christ

Why Christian Platonism Is Key to the Great Tradition
by Hans Boersma

Toxic Matriarchy

The Cure for Too Much of a Good Thing May Be Painful
by C. R. Wiley


Fewer & Farther Between

Elizabeth Nussen on Generational Spacing & Familial Inertia

It's Personal

Craig Kellogg Galer on the Consequences of One Birth Before Roe v. Wade

A Vocabulary for Worship

Dan Sheffler on Taking Seriously Gravitas, Dignitas & Pietas

Surprised by Gentleness

Colleen Carroll Campbell on a Saint's Charism That Cures Toxic Perfectionism

book reviews

Through Tolkien's Eyes

An Encouraging Thought: The Christian Worldview in the Writings of J. R. R. Tolkien by Donald T. Williams
reviewed by Josiah Peterson

Conscience & the Limits of Caesar

Liberty in the Things of God: The Christian Origins of Religious Freedom by Robert Louis Wilken
reviewed by Thomas Albert Howard

Spiritual, Not Religious

Pagans & Christians in the City: Culture Wars from the Tiber to the Potomac by Steven D. Smith
reviewed by Hunter Baker


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