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2022 June

Letters to the Editor: June 2022

Those “Noxious” Protestant Heretics... Evil in the Semblance of Good... Processing the Synodal Process... The Rational Foundation of Religious Faith... and more

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The News You May Have Missed: June 2022

Diversity Dummies... Dissecting for Dollars... Pay with the Hand... Fangs for Your Service... Hello, Dolly... Robodog in the Ruins... and more

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Looking Beyond Our Fragile Shelter

THE CASE FOR COLONIZING MARS

Lewis M. Andrews

Bringing down the price tag for colonizing Mars has made it a seeming solution to several social and even metaphysical concerns.

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Finding God’s Will in Each Moment

VITAL WORKS RECONSIDERED, #55

David D. Jividen

In the many stories of saints who followed their inspirations despite the seeming impossibility of what God was asking them to do, He was the source of life for these souls.

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A Woman Philosopher for Our Times

ALICE VON HILDEBRAND, R.I.P.

Ronda Chervin

Alice von Hildebrand’s most important philosophical book analyzes how critical it is that positive feminine traits permeate the life of all women, regardless of their vocation.

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From the Narthex

Here we present samples of offerings in the Narthex, the NOR’s online blog.

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Mystic Chords of Memory

REVERT'S ROSTRUM

Casey Chalk

Would I have learned to appreciate classical music — and even the very best of jazz or blues — if I hadn’t first learned to appreciate the best of rock and pop?

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Which Way the Wind Blows

GUEST COLUMN

John Lyon

Daily we hear of intemperate students demanding this or that “right” drawn from a grab-bag of innumerable potential claims on others’ behavior.

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Dispatch from the Spiritual Battlefront

Christopher Beiting

Diary of an American Exorcist portrays demons as they are: spiteful, proud, vicious, sadistic, impulsive, delusional, and hate-filled.

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Briefly Reviewed: June 2022

Masaru... How to Listen & How to Speak: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants to Renew Commonsense and Uncommonsense Wisdom in the Contemporary World

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Last Things: June 2022

David Mills

End-times mavens like to assign the meanings they want to cryptic or ambiguous Bible verses, and cherry-pick world events in the same way, to make political claims.

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