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Salvo #24

Table of Contents


Salvo 24


FEATURES

Feature — Salvo 24

Holy Matrimony

The Unexpected Connection Between Religion & Sexual Fulfillment by Robin Phillips


COLUMNS

Column: Headquarters — Salvo 24

Just Brilliant!

Three Things Only a PhD Can Believe by Louis Markos

Column: Deprogram — Salvo 24

Sublime Mold

Does Intelligence Always Reside in the Brain? by Denyse O'Leary

Column: Undercover — Salvo 24

Sexually Transmitted Unease

How Casual Sex Works Bad Chemistry from Good by Terrell Clemmons

Column: Person of Interest — Salvo 24

Revive & Thrive
An Interview with Cal Thomas by Marcia Segelstein


DEPARTMENTS

Department: Opening Salvo — Salvo 24

Closing the Gap

On "The Most Despised Science Book of 2012" by James M. Kushiner

Department: Great Escapes — Salvo 24

The Evidentialist

How a Cold-Case Atheist Detective Became a Case-Making Christian by Terrell Clemmons

Department: Archives — Salvo 24

Metaphysics As If It Mattered

Some Old Books Need to Be Corrected by Still Older Ones by Cameron Wybrow

Department: Camouflage — Salvo 24

Make Yourself Talk

Life Coaching & How to Invent a Meaningful Life by Terrell Clemmons

Department: Allied Front — Salvo 24

Stand to Reason

Christianity Worth Thinking About by Salvo

Department: Biohazards — Salvo 24

Family Trees & Family Threes
On the Creation Three-Parent Embryos by Paige Comstock Cunningham



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