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Volume 16, Issue 2:
Welcome to Yawnsville
Thema: Life and Death of Homo Pervertens
Douglas Wilson takes a look at the game of destruction.
Too many Christians want want a society of decent Leave It to Beaver family values without that society acknowledging the restoration of humanity in Christ. In short, they want something that cannot be. Nature abhors a vacuum. Despite the best of intentions, those Christian activists who want to chase homosexual marriage out of the public square without the lordship of Jesus Christ being acknowledged in that square are condemned to hopeless defeat after hopeless defeat.
Memorandum: Owning the Curse
Douglases Jones and Wilson assign the blame.
For generations, we, as fathers, have lied about God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit through our refusal to live self-sacrificially. Even in our own congregations, fathers are provoking their children not only to sin, but into patterns of resentment, into the patterns of homosexuality."
The Supporting Cast:
Sharpening Iron: Letters to the Editor
From Us, From You
The Cretan Times: New News
Thistles - Nathan Wilson
Presbyterion: On Church Government
Beyond the Five Solas - Douglas Wilson
Musica: On Perky Tunes
You Will Have Songs - Duck Schuler
Husbandry: For Husbands
Keeping the Hetero in Heterosexual - Douglas Wilson
Femina: For Wives
The Tomboy - Nancy Wilson
Childer: On Childrearing
Spanking Stories - Douglas Wilson
The Brendanís Voyage - Woelke Leithart
Feed My Puppies - Gary Hagen
Arrows in the Hand of a Limp-Wristed Man - Ben Merkle
Liturgia: on Worship
Baptism Now Saves You - Peter Leithart
Doctrine 101: Basic Christian Teaching
The Rainbow - Patch Blakey
Trivialization of Troy - Peter Leithart
Cave of Adullam: Mutterings Regnant
Footnotes, Etc.: Where We Got All This
Our Wonderful Sources
Recipio the Younger
New White Colonialism - Ben Merkle
Meander: A River in Greece
Ball, Shot, Pocket - Douglas Wilson
P.J. OíRourke Interview- Douglas Wilson
Similitudes: Stories with a Point
New York - Douglas Wilson
"We are here, on the west side of these hills. About two days travel to the west, you will come to a market town called New Yorkhere."
Pictura: A Story, not too Long
Atlas Shrugged - Mark Beauchamp and Nathan Wilson
`New York?' Andrew said."
Mr. Shrugged was an egoist, a wildly successful egoist. But
his library card had been cancelled."