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2022 July-August

Letters to the Editor: July-August 2022

Which Spirit Leads?... Ominous Analogues... An Antidote to Daily Headwinds... Emergent from the Shadows... Rasputin’s Advice... Die on the Hill? No. Defend the Hill? Yes!

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The News You May Have Missed: July-August 2022

Produce Progeny or Pay Up!... Death Imitates Art... Outlaw for Life... Mushroom Clouds on the Moon... Still She Smirks... and more

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A Life’s Worth of Failure, an Abundance of Gratitude

SEEING OURSELVES AS WE REALLY ARE

Karl Keating

What should our attitude be toward failure? I propose that our attitude should be one of gratitude, as strange as that may seem.

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Interview with an American Exorcist

AN ANCIENT MINISTRY REVIVED FOR OUR TIMES

Christopher Beiting

Monsignor Rossetti has been an exorcist for the D.C. archdiocese for 12 years and has led hundreds of exorcism and deliverance sessions.

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John Milton, Farewell

THE THRILL IS GONE

James Como

I’ve come to realize that Lucy Beckett is right: Milton is no Christian. That is, he gets it wrong and, worse, seems not to know it.

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The Great Deformer

NEW OXFORD NOTEBOOK

Pieter Vree

When Pope Francis told millions at the 2013 World Youth Day to "make a mess," he was also describing the modus operandi of his papacy.

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‘Tis Pity We’re All Whores

CULTURAL COUNTERPOINT

Jason M. Morgan

If we want our dignity — and our freedom of speech — back, then we have only to stop giving it away to the Internet.

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Iconoclasm Past, Present & Always

Kenneth Colston

Iconoclastic savagery on behalf of divine transcendence and iconophilic intensity for divine immanence have long warred.

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A Man of the Church but Not in the Church

Barbara E. Rose

Jordan Peterson teaches that profound stories like those in Genesis are truer than reality, in the sense that they apply to everyone always.

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Briefly Reviewed: July-August 2022

Reviews of A Mousetrap for Darwin: Michael J. Behe Answers His Critics... The Cosmic Vision of Teilhard de Chardin

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