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Critical Faculties

Faith and reason

By Christopher Shea
June 20, 2004

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IF YOU HAD TO LIST the problems afflicting America, lack of vigor in the culture wars would probably not be very high on the list. (Can any of us bear another red-state/blue-state story?) Yet two very different writers – from opposite sides of the secular/ religious divide – recently declared that there are two groups of people who ought to ... (Full Article: 817 Words)

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