Volume 13, Issue 6: Footnotes
Quotations in Order of Appearance
1. von Kuehnelt-Leddin, Erik, Leftism Revisited (Washington D.C.: Regnery Gateway, 1990), p. 57.
2. Menken, H.L., A Menken Chrestomathy (New York: Random House, 1982), p. 616.
3. Dabney, R.L., Discussions (Harrisonburg: Sprinkle, 1979), p. 496.
4. Jones, E. Michael, Libido Dominandi (South Bend, IN: St. Augustineís), p. 57.
5. Weaver, Richard M., Ideas Have Consequences (Chicago: University of Chicago, 1984), p. 35.
6. Berman, Harold J., Law and Revolution (Cambridge: Harvard, 1997), p. 25.
7. Menken, H.L., A Menken Chrestomathy (New York: Random House, 1982), p. 626.
8. Lockerbie, Bruce D., Dismissing God (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1998), p. 62.
9. Marlin, George J., More Quotable Chesterton (San Francisco, CA: Ignatius, 1988), p. 416.
1. Mona Ozouf, "Revolutionary Religion" in Francois Furet and Mona Ozouf, eds., A Critical Dictionary of the French Revolution (trans. Arthur Goldhammer; Cambridge, MA: Harvard, 1989), p. 562.
2. Cavanaugh, William, Torture and Eucharist (London: Blackwell, 1998), p. 279.
3. Quoted in Mona Ozouf, Festivals and the French Revolution (trans. Alan Sheridan; Cambridge, MA: Harvard, 1988), p. 326, fn. 19.
4. Hellwig, Monika, The Eucharist and the Hunger of the World (Franklin, WI: Sheed & Ward, 1992), p. 50.
5. McElvaney, William, Eating and Drinking at the Welcome Table: The Holy Supper for All People (St. Louis, MO: Chalice Press, 1998), pp. 94, 96.
1. John Chrysostom, "On the Priesthood."
2. New American Standard Bible. I have italicized for emphasis.
3. Iím told that Chuck Swindoll answers his own phone. Letís all call him and find out. . .
4. Except for the Scriptures on the qualifications of elders in 1 Tim. 3 and Titus 1.
1. Scruton, Roger, The Aesthetics of Music (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997), 485 ff. and M. Tanner, "Sentimentality," Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (1976-77) 127-47.
1. Gen. 2:24
2. Rom. 15:10 cf. Deut. 32:43.
3. For some light reading in case you havenít heard it already, this well-known Indian parable was popularized in Saxeís nineteenth century poem which can be found on the world wide wait, among other places, at www.wordfocus.com/word-act-blindmen.html
4. Ps. 79:9 (cf. Ps. 106:8; Ps. 25:11; Ez. 20:44)
5. Ex. 6:2-8
6. Ex. 33:13
7. Ex. 33:19
1. Carey, James W., Communication as Culture: Essays on Media and Society (Winchester, MA: Unwin Hyman, 1989), p. 203.
1. Sainsbury, Mark, Logical Forms: An Introduction to Philosophical Logic (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1991), p. 8.
1. Sainsbury, Mark, Logical Forms: An Introduction to Philosophical Logic (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1991), p. 14.
2. ibid., 5, 6.
1. Sandeen, Ernest R., The Roots of Fundamentalism, British and American Millenarianism 1800-1930 (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1970), p. 58.
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