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Our Political Mission

It's Not What Some Think It Should Be
by J. Douglas Johnson

More to Moore

Russell Moore: Vaya con Dios
by S. M. Hutchens


Conference 2021

by James M. Kushiner

Cocksure on the Fifth Day

by Patrick Henry Reardon

The Short Answer

by S. M. Hutchens

9/11's Survivor Tree

by James M. Kushiner

Incommensurable Truths

by S. M. Hutchens

Party Time

by Donald T. Williams

Socially Distant Churches

by S. M. Hutchens


From Heavenly Harmony

Unvain Repetition

On the 500th Anniversary of the Death of Composer Josquin des Prez

by Ken Myers

First Books

Kindness & Gratitude

by Kathie Johnson

A Thousand Words

Kintsugi Bowl

by Mary Elizabeth Podles

Mortal Remains

The Little Classicist & the Fall of the Churches

by S. M. Hutchens


A Hero for Our Time

"Forsaken Once and Thrice Denied" by Cecil Frances Alexander

by Anthony Esolen

As It Is Written...

The Atonement

by Patrick Henry Reardon

34.5—Sept/Oct 2021


Sexual Being

The Love of Purity Opens Our Minds to a Radiant Mystery
by Anthony Esolen

Columbus Overboard

His Recent Voyage Off the Flat Earth of Revisionist Historians
by Alexander F. C. Webster

Reading Beowulf, Magnifying Christ

What Tolkien Taught Me About the Gospels
by Gavin T. Richardson

Sacred Syllabus

The Case for Authentic Christian Higher Education
by William Jason Wallace


Troubling the Waters

Korey D. Maas on Absurd Conclusions over Baptismal Validity

Divine Therapy

Carl R. Trueman on the Doctrine of God & Expressive Individualism

God's Ground Zero

James M. Kushiner on Signs of Mercy & Judgment at the World Trade Center

Waking Up on 9/11

Christina Ray Stanton on a Firsthand Encounter with Terror & Conversion

book reviews

Concealed Premises

Unborn Human Life and Fundamental Rights: Leading Constitutional Cases Under Scrutiny edited by Pilar Zambrano and William L. Saunders
reviewed by Justin Buckley Dyer

Angels in the Upper Room

What on Earth Is Heaven? by James Paul
reviewed by Arthur W. Hunt III

A Foreign Prophet

Solzhenitsyn and American Culture: The Russian Soul in the West edited by David P. Deavel and Jessica Hooten Wilson
reviewed by Philip LeMasters


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