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The Crux Project Archives

In an earlier incarnation, Salvo magazine was an online journal called The Crux Project. Following is an archive of the material featured on that website.


The Death of Theory

For 25 years or more, the humanities have been in thrall to postmodern theory. Now its empire seems to be breaking up.
by Michael Cook

Sex on the Syllabus

Are porn studies the latest academic fad?
by Joe Jablonski

Three Questions

for Thomas Klocek, the former DePaul University professor fired over an altercation with muslim student groups
by Bobby Maddex

Gender Benders

Look, Mom, I'm a girl!
by Regis Nicoll


A Primitive of an Old Way

An interview with Neo-Baroque painter Edward Knippers
by Bobby Maddex and Johan Conrod

Why We Need the Arts In Times of War

by Peggy Rosenthal


Ten Films That Ask the Right Questions

Some movies just make you want to rethink your life.
by Bobby Maddex


A Good War Is Hard to Find

Abu Ghraib, Flannery O'Connor, and the problem of American innocence
by David Griffith

Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death

Why it's no longer an either/or situation
by Herbert London

How American Politics Became Secularized

An excerpt from the book Total Truth
by Nancy Pearcey

The True Melting Pot

A nation of assimilated immigrants
by Thomas M. Sipos


Peace, Love, and Traditional Values

A review of Crunchy Cons by Rod Dreher
by Bernard Chapin

Single Male Alone . . . and On Fire

Review of The Rantings of a Single Male: Losing Patience with Feminism, Political Correctness, and Basically Everything by Thomas Ellis
by Bernard Chapin

The Unbearable Lightness of Feminism

A review of Female Chauvinist Pigs: Women and the Rise of Raunch Culture
by Bernard Chapin

Beneath the Surface

Plumbing unfathomable depths of sea and spirit
by Jay D. Homnick


The Art (If Any) of Rock Music

by S. T. Karnick

Joyful Noises

Brian Wilson's SMiLE reminds us that great music should bring great enjoyment.
by Fred Schendel


The Materialist Magician

Materialism, magic, and the Global Consciousness Project
by Jordan J. Ballor

The Demolition of Man

The scientific attempt to cheat death in a culture of death
by Terry Graves

Survival of the Metaphysically Fittest

If scientific naturalism is correct, then the scientific naturalist is on the brink of extinction.
by John D. Martin


Three Questions

for Dr. Mark Regnerus, sociology professor at the University of Texas and member of the Center for the Scientific Study of Religion
by Bobby Maddex

Dunno Much Scientology

Tom's Cruise-ade
by Regis Nicoll


The Privileged Planet

An excerpt from Guillermo Gonzalez and Jay W. Richards' groundbreaking book on the ways in which our place in the cosmos is designed for discovery
by Guillermo Gonzalez and Jay W. Richards

Science and the Church

What it means to question Darwinism
by Herbert London

Full Contact

My dream dialogue with Ellie Arroway
by Regis Nicoll

By Design or By Chance?

An excerpt from Denyse O'Leary's comprehensive book on the theories surrounding the origin of life
by Denyse O'Leary

The New Religion of Computer Consciousness

Transhumanists are working on their own cyber-immortalized Tower of Babel
by Leslie Sillars

Sex and Family

“Protection“ from What?

Abstinence, fertility cycles, and sex education
by Kate Bluett

Marriage Ain't What It Used to Be

. . . Or is it?
by Mike D'Virgilio

Everybody's Doing It

Planned Parenthood's Teenwire and its encouragement of adolescent sexual behavior
by Dawn Eden

Sex Boom Bah

Cheerleading gone wild
by Herbert I. London

In Praise of Free Love

by Sam Torode


The Devil Made Me Do It

Freedom, responsibility, and the media
by Thomas M. Sipos

Holiday Wars

Twas the season for discrimination
by Thomas M. Sipos


A Doctor in Spite of Himself

A review of Fox's new television series House
by Mike D'Virgilio

Housewives Not Desperate

Sexist show calls Hollywood's progressive bluff
by Adam Groza

None Too Revealing

An interview with David Seltzer, the writer behind the confusing—and confused—NBC television series Revelation
by Bobby Maddex

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