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Volume 9, Issue 4:

The Legacy of Beowulf

Poetry and the Anglo-Saxon Mind


Verbatim: Quotations on Our Theme
Selections from Beowulf - Anonymous Anglo-Saxon

Thema: A Column on Our Theme
North of the World - Douglas Wilson

Sharpening Iron: Letters and Responses
Readers and Editors

Anvil: Editorials
C-Today, Conspiracy, Baseball, AntiChrist - Douglas Wilson & Douglas Jones

Magistralis: On the Civil Magistrate
Leading in Righteousness - Greg Dickison

Presbyterion: On Church Government
A Church Bible - Douglas Wilson

Husbandry: For Husbands
Chick Flicks - Douglas Wilson

Femina: For Wives
Weaned Children - Nancy Wilson

Childer: On Childrearing
Tucking Them In - Douglas Wilson

Puritan Eye: Thoughts from the Past
Defense of Poesy - Sir Philip Sydney

Exegetica: Textual Exegesis and Exposition
By Faith When He was Dying - Hebrews 11:17-22 - James Nance

Similitudes: Stories with a Point
The Bull in the Field - Douglas Wilson

Stauron: On the Cross
Aspects of the Cross - Nathan Wilson

Non Est: On Unbelief
Poetic Worlds - Douglas Jones

Repairing the Ruins: On Education
The Great Education Experiment - Patch Blakey

Poetics: On the Arts
Men Hate Poetry - Douglas Jones

Doctrine 101: Basic Christian Teaching
Not Under Law? - Patch Blakey

Africanus: Missionary Life
Conflict Among Missionaries - Csaba Leidenfrost

Historia: On History
Relics: Owning History - Chris Schlect

Medicus: On the Medical Arts
Sleep--Blessing or Curse? - John Grauke

Whole Counsel: Systematic Questions
Remembering the Solas - Ben Merkle

Ex Libris: Various Book Reviews
A Pouchful of Books

Disputatio: An Exchange of Ideas
Life and Defending Life - Douglas Wilson and Paul Hill

Eschaton: Final Things
The Destruction of Jerusalem, Part 1 - Jack Van Deventer

Cave of Adullam: Mutterings on the Regent Follies
P. T. Sherman

Pictura: A Short Story
The Great Escape - Nathan Wilson

Footnotes, Etc.: Where We Got All This Stuff
Our impeachable sources

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