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editorials

Clever Little Analysts

“We Don't Torment Jesus. We Only Question Him”
by S. M. Hutchens


quodlibet

From the Editor

by J. Douglas Johnson

Fr. Mankowski's Pen

by Anthony Esolen

Secular Narnia

by R. V. Young

Don't Say Gay

by J. Douglas Johnson

The Samuel Johnson Rule

by Patrick Henry Reardon

Sources of Pollution

by S. M. Hutchens

Empty Achievement

by S. M. Hutchens

columns

Mortal Remains

L’Chaim!

by S. M. Hutchens


From Heavenly Harmony

Injunction to Joy

George Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)

by Ken Myers


Illuminations

Triune Home

“O Father All Creating” by John Ellerton (1876)

by Anthony Esolen


A Thousand Words

Giovanni Bellini’s Saint Francis in the Desert

by Mary Elizabeth Podles


As It Is Written...

Dominical Dialectics

by Patrick Henry Reardon



35.6—Nov/Dec 2022

features

Of Sages & Prophets

The Grammar of Wisdom & the Rhetoric of Prophecy
by Patrick Henry Reardon


Jesus, Son of Humankind?

The Necessary Failure of Inclusive-Language Translations
by Paul Mankowski


Theft by Inflation

The Sinful Manipulation of Weights & Measures
by Dylan Pahman & Alexander William Salter


Old School Beauty

On the Ennobling Presence of a Goodly Place
by Robert P. George


views

To Is or Not To Is

J. Douglas Johnson on E-Prime

The Lion, the Witch & the Warthog

Rebecca Sicree on Enjoying Books Aloud, Alone & at Parties

The Prince’s Peace

James M. Kushiner on the Divine Promise Fulfilled by the Child of Bethlehem

book reviews

Gnostic Anti-Sexuals

Origen's Revenge: The Greek and Hebrew Roots of Christian Thinking on Male and Female by Brian Patrick Mitchell
reviewed by Allan C. Carlson


Points of Contact

The Evangelical Theology of the Orthodox Church by Bradley Nassif
reviewed by Louis Markos


The Last Cavalier Poet

Lionel Johnson: Poetry and Prose edited by Robert Asch
reviewed by André Gushurst-Moore


One Big Phony War

Of Popes and Unicorns: Science, Christianity, and How the Conflict Thesis Fooled the World by David Hutchings and James C. Ungureanu
reviewed by Max Longley


commonplaces

NEW: Piquant excerpts lifted from Touchstone editors' own reading & listening.

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