And what is history anyway? These questions are at the heart of my latest article for the Imaginative Conservative:
The latest article of mine to be published by Faith & Reason compares the daydreams of optimism and the nightmares of nihilism with the realism of Christianity:
The National Catholic Register has just published my meditation on the necessity of cultural roots.
The latest article of mine to be published by the Journal of the Cardinal Newman Society considers the perennial relevance of the works of Shakespeare.
Do Christianity, atheism and Islam have anything in common? In an article in the National Catholic Register I look at the abyss of difference that separates them.
What is the difference between an education based on the Great Books and one which is based upon the Great Conversation? This is the question I address in an article just published by the Journal of the Cardinal Newman Society:
In my latest article for the Imaginative Conservative I report on the worrying increase in the censorship of conservative websites, including the Imaginative Conservative itself, which is being instigated and enforced by the tech-giants.
Are we beginning to see a new Catholic Literary Revival? In an article of mine just published by Catholic Arts Today I argue that there are encouraging signs: