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Christians All Together

by James M. Kushiner

Levels of Alliance

by S. M. Hutchens


Blue Songs & Red Cowboys

What Presbyterians, Baptists & Episcopalians Did over Summer Vacation
by Mark Tooley


The Leading Edge

Two Men & a Maybe

by Phillip E. Johnson

As It Is Written...

Scroll Food

by Patrick Henry Reardon

19.8—October 2006


Hearts Uplifted

Or, How to Sing Your Way Out of Hell
by Anthony Esolen

Waking Up Is Hard to Do

How Walker Percy Brought Sin & Grace to the New Yorker Reader
by Thomas Howard

Random Acts of Design

Francis Collins Sees Evidence That God Made the Cosmos—But Life Is
by Jonathan Witt


Over the Counterculture

Wilfred M. McClay on Transgressive Bohemians as Regressive Bobos

The Best Fears of Our Lives

Russell D. Moore on the Good Father’s Quiet Desperation

Livestock Exchange

Mark D. Linville on Peter Singer’s Bestial Loss of Moral Reasoning

Napoleon Blown Apart

Michael E. Bailey on the Pauline Aliens of Preston, Idaho

book reviews

Gall in the Family

Faith of My Fathers by Chris Seay
reviewed by Mark Coppenger

Highest Comedy

Paradise by Dante Alighieri,
edited and translated by Anthony Esolen
reviewed by R. V. Young

Men at Worship

Why Men Hate Going To Church
by David Murrow
reviewed by S. M. Hutchens

The Battle of Abraham

Lincoln’s Melancholy by Joshua Wolf Shenk
reviewed by Beth Impson

Gospel Beads

The Rosary by Garry Wills
reviewed by Michael P. Orsi

Exit Window

Everyman by Philip Roth
reviewed by Graeme Hunter


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