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1984 January-February

Letters to the Editor: January-February 1984

Standing Up for the Helpless... Perplexed & Disappointed... State of Confusion... Science Presupposes Faith... Ill-Conceived & Trivial... Battle Lines Shifting... Farewell!... Rejoicing... The Luxury of Infighting... Sorry... Delighted

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Conjugal Intimacy

IN LIGHT OF CREATION, FALL & REDEMPTION

Marshall Fightlin

Sacred Scripture and the mystical tradition in the Church present our redemption by Christ in terms of a husband-wife relationship.

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Blood, Water, Wine - Sacrament - Paradox Regained

THREE POEMS

J.R. Hochstedt Jr.

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Can a Political Conservative Be a Christian?

A QUESTION OF PRIORITIES

James J. Thompson Jr.

The Christian conservative must not subsume his religion under his politics and thereby pervert a timeless Gospel into an ideological weapon.

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Canticle

A POEM

Katherine Brown

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On Women’s Liberation

HARVARD DIARY

Robert Coles

The significance of the biological distinctions between men and women, amplified by centuries of religiously and culturally encouraged differences, are not to be altogether scorned.

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A Stage Exists Someplace

A POEM

James Hunter

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A Coming “Crackdown” in the U.S.?

VATICAN WATCH

James Hitchcock

Any serious effort to free American Roman Catholicism from the influence of neo-modernism will involve a confrontation with some of the bishops.

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Re-evaluating Chesterton

Arthur Livingston

Alzina Stone Dale wrote the first in what one hopes will be a spate of books re-eval­uating G.K.C. and elevating him to his deserved place in English letters.

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Television’s Impact

Wightman Weese

TV is an effective teacher of a worldview diametrically opposed to the Christian worldview.

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Briefly Reviewed: January-February 1984

The Broken Image... The Mystery of the Ordinary... A Whirlwind Named Tim... The Message of the Bible: An Orthodox Christian Perspective... The Continuity of Christian Doctrine... Spirituality for Ministry

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