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The Riddle of Man


How does the classic tragedy, Oedipus Rex, address the riddle of man?

The Riddle of Man2021-04-29T15:56:25-04:00

There’s One Born Every Minute


I just encountered a young man doing his morning run and we stopped and chatted. I live near a university, so I wasn’t surprised he was a student; a grad student getting his second undergraduate along with a master’s in music and music therapy—and a master’s from the “University of Theology and Spirituality” whatever that is. [...]

There’s One Born Every Minute2021-04-26T22:59:20-04:00

The Triumph of Winston Smith


No, Big Brother is not destined to win. As the life and example of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn demonstrate, the little man can triumph over the most tyrannical of governments....

The Triumph of Winston Smith2021-04-22T00:44:26-04:00



May/June Issue - Tolkien Sample Content from Our Latest Issue May/June Table of Contents Sample Article “Deep Roots are Not Reached by the Frost”: Tolkien and the Welsh Language — Stephen Brady J. R. R. Tolkien was intensely conscious that he was English, indeed West Mercian. His legendarium, of which The Lord of the Rings is [...]




Tolkien The new issue of the St. Austin Review is a theme issue dedicated to the author of The Lord of the Rings. Highlights include:  William Randall Lancaster on “Rings of Fellowship: Friendship and J. R. R. Tolkien”. Daniel Hubin surveys “The Long Defeat: Tolkien and the Christian Vision of History”. Timothy D. Lusch sees “Anglo-Saxon Spirituality in the [...]

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