Monthly Archives: June 2011

A trilogy on a modern crisis

I am in the process of reviewing three books on misandry (hatred of men) in North American culture. The research is comprehensive and the assertions reasonable. It is overwhelming to comment on these because there is so much there. Suffice to say that anyone interested in this overlooked subject would do well to start here. Continue reading

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Little Rock Catholic Study Bible

First, Fr. Ronald Witherup and Abbot Jerome Kodell are two of the very finest with regards to bringing scholarly concepts to a popular audience. In my opinion they are head and shoulders above the more popular popularizers who dominate the Catholic media. Irene Nowell, OSB, is also quite good. The background articles are uniformly outstanding, and not run of the mill. Even advanced readers of the Bible will appreciate them. Continue reading

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