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The new issue has a stimulating line-up of articles. The lead editorial by Leon J. Podles addresses the ultimate sacrifice that some reforms require, followed by columns and views by Phillip Johnson, Ken Myers, Patrick Henry Reardon, and others.
Features include a piece on the destruction of home by Russell D. Moore, arguments in defense of marriage by Anthony Esolen, the sign of Constantine by Peter J. Leithart, and the wisdom of Don Quijote’s Sancho by Bernardo Aparicio Garcia.
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