Chronicles Magazine December 1992

  • VIEWS

    Priests and Pedophiles

    "Catholic priests claim to be celibate, but we know what they're really up to. Most of them seduce women, the rest like little boys. Priests trap them in the confessional, and when the priests are found out, the bishops let them off with a slap...

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    The Pilgrimage of Malcolm Muggeridge

    By the time he died in November 1990, Malcolm Muggeridge had become the most widely read Christian apologist since C. S. Lewis— much to the disgust of his peers in the press, who had been irritated with him since he first rejected his family faith.

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  • REVIEWS

    At Arm's Length

    The disgruntled professor who equates academic integrity with paucity of book sales and who is thereby convinced that the masses who follow the writings of C.S. Lewis must be a cult of sorts, will take a perverse delight in the publication of his...

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