22 June 2006

Salvo.

Just up on the web is a site for Salvo, the print organ of the Crux Project, and, somehow, sister publication of Touchstone, apparently for the young and pop culturally-hip, as opposed to the mainly young fogies (c'est moi!) who subscribe to Touchstone. Anyhow, looks to contain some interesting stuff, declaring its mission thusly:

Blasting holes in scientific naturalism, marveling at the intricate design of the universe, and promoting life in a culture of death.
Critiquing art, music, film, television, and literature, interrupting mass media influence, and questioning the sanity of our consumerist lifestyle.
Countering destructive ideologies, replacing revisionist fictions with undeniable facts, and paring away political correctness.
Debunking the cultural myths that have undercut human dignity, all but destroyed the notions of virtue and morality, and slowly eroded our appetite for transcendence.
Recovering the one worldview that actually works.

Apparently, they are not making the content of the first issue available on the website, but the Crux Project site gives a taste.
 

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