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2019 January-February

Dale Vree, R.I.P.

EDITOR OF NEW OXFORD REVIEW FOR 31 YEARS

Pieter Vree

With a heavy heart I announce the death of Dale Vree, my father and former editor of the NEW OXFORD REVIEW. He passed away peacefully on December 10.

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Letters to the Editor: January-February 2019

Shocking!... Revolting! Disgusting!... Not One Book, but Many... Antidote to a Depraved Society... Enough Already!... Super Natural Family Planning... It Could Have Been Worse... Bolstered by Truth

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The News You May Have Missed

What Would Jesus Drive?... Reprieve for the Atheist Minister... Sinead O’Muslim... Nothing but a Number?... Not Your Tranny Granny... You May Now Kiss the Hologram... Scouts’ Dishonor... The Young & the Voteless... A Child Shall Lead Them... King’s Crossing... Get Your Grub On... The Essence of Cockroach... Eggsploitation... How the Mighty Have Fallen... more

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Letter to a Friend on Church Scandal

BREAKING UP IS BAD TO DO

Frederick W. Marks

The Church still teaches everything taught by the first generation of Christians; it still conforms to the specifications laid down by Jesus for His Church.

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Are Revelation & Modernity Compatible?

THE DANGER OF “DOUBLE TRUTH”

James V. Schall

The effort of the Church to come to terms with the modern world too often assumes that contemporary culture is neutral when, in fact, it is closed to the transcendent.

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Nazarenes under the Scimitar

ISLAMIC PERSECUTION OF CHRISTIANS: A BRIEF HISTORY

Ronald J. Rychlak

The only place in the Middle East where Christians face no restrictions on the practice of their faith is Israel, where they comprise two percent of the population.

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Learning the Meaning of Longsuffering

REVERT'S ROSTRUM

Casey Chalk

We all suffer together, we members of the mystical body of Christ. Our every act of virtue contributes to the glory of Christ’s Church.

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“The Birth-mark.” By Nathaniel Hawthorne

LITERATURE MATTERS

Michael S. Rose

Should we try to repair our imperfections using our human ingenuity and genius? In other words, should man aspire to control nature, to play God?

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The Great Awokening: The Puritan Roots of the Social Justice Warrior

Jason M. Morgan

Social Justice Warriors behave like cult members. They are little Cromwells who demand Robespierre-level ideological purity of every single person.

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Parental Love vs. Loveless “Rights”

Anne Barbeau Gardiner

"Abortion Rights: For and Against" is exceptional in showing with startling clarity how the fight over abortion is really a battle between love and lovelessness.

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Briefly Reviewed: January-February 2019

The Knights Templar at War 1120-1312... The Fragility of Order: Catholic Reflections on Turbulent Times

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