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editorials

Episcopal Duties


by Patrick Henry Reardon

"First, Do No Harm"


by James Hitchcock

columns

The Leading Edge

Uncle Tom?s Victory

by Phillip E. Johnson

As It Is Written...

The Parables & the Structure of the World

by Patrick Henry Reardon


16.6—July/August 2003

features

"That They May Be One"

Prospects for Unity in the Twenty-First Century
by Richard John Neuhaus

A Realistic Alliance

A Response to Richard John Neuhaus
by S. M. Hutchens

Turning Our Hearts to the Fathers

The Orthodox Church & Christian Unity
by Metropolitan Maximos

Turning Our Hearts to the Cross

A Response to Metropolitan Maximos
by Addison H. Hart

The Divisions We Must Sustain

Cultural Division & Christian Unity
by Robert P. George

The Emergent Ecumenism

A Response to Robert P. George
by Thomas C. Oden

The Unity of Faith

Evangelicalism & "Mere Christianity"
by Timothy George

The Paradox of Enemies & Allies

A Response to Timothy George
by James Hitchcock

Standing Together, Standing Apart

Cultural Co-belligerence Without Theological Compromise
by R. Albert Mohler, Jr.

Standing with Christ

A Response to R. Albert Mohler, Jr.
by David Mills

Communion & Division

The Structure of Knowledge
by Patrick Henry Reardon

views

Mall Christianity

Gillis J. Harp on Seeker Sensitivity & Cultural Captivity

The Last Prophet

Ian Hunter on Alexander Solzhenitsyn

The Cross & the Swastika

Roberto Rivera on Christianity & Anti-Semitism

No Dread of the Undead

Robert Hart on Virtues & Vampires

Book Reviews

Unity, Truth & Christian Identity

In One Body Through the Cross
edited by Carl E. Braaten and
Robert W. Jenson
A review by S. M. Hutchens

The Unnatural in Pursuit of the Unreal

A Defense of Abortion
by David Boonin
A review by Anne Barbeau Gardiner

Rational Beasts

Dominion by Matthew Scully
A review by Christopher Killheffer

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