There is a time for rhetorical qualifications. That time is not No Quarter November. During November 2018, Douglas Wilson hoisted the Jolly Roger and went merrily swashbuckling his way through the culture and the church. Where he might usually make careful qualifications and check all the “on the other hand” boxes, in this notorious month he instead wrote a series of blog posts that slashed right to the heart of various matters; no prisoners taken, no holds barred. From the worst of the worldly (sexual chaos and atheistic evolution) to the frailties of the faithful (lame church music and foppish liturgical garb), both foes and friends got skewered. This book is the resultant shish-kebab.
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