editorials

Notre Madame et le President

There Was No Moral Common Ground
by Anthony Esolen



report

The Green Witch

Narnia Altered by Climate Change at the Franklin Museum
by Kathryn Walker


columns

The Leading Edge

The Heart of Africa

by Phillip E. Johnson


As It Is Written...

The Gospel Apocalypse

by Patrick Henry Reardon


Contours of Culture

Waiting for Epimenides

St. Paul's letter to Titus

by Ken Myers



22.6—July/August 2009

features

Freedom & Propriety

Rituals of Spontaneity: Sentiment & Secularism from Free Prayer to Wordsworth by Lori Branch
by Peter J. Leithart


Bad Books for Kids

A Guide to the World of Youth Literature & What You Can Do About It
by David Mills


Russia’s Gospel Writer

Dostoevsky & the Affirmation of Life by Predrag Cicovacki Dostoevsky: Language, Faith, and Fiction by Rowan Williams
by Ralph C. Wood


views

Unhappy Fault

Leon J. Podles on the Integration of Anger into the Virtuous Life

Durable Hymns

Donald T. Williams on Five Marks of Excellence That Could End the Worship Wars

Samurai Bioethics

John G. West on a Noble Defense Doomed by Darwinian Materialism

Paradox Lost

S. M. Hutchens on Open Theism & the Easy Road to Heresy

book reviews

Peace & Piety

World of Faith and Freedom: Why International Religious Liberty Is Vital to American National Security
by Thomas F. Farr
reviewed by Keith Pavlischek


Identity Theft

Being Catholic Now: Prominent Americans Talk About Change In the Church and the Quest for Meaning by Kerry Kennedy
reviewed by Christopher A. Castaldo


departments

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