Last week, I had the great privilege of speaking with President Albert Mohler (Southern Baptist Theological Seminar) about conservatism, Russell Kirk, politics, culture, and religion. One of the best interviews I’ve ever had. Thank you so much, Dr…. Read More
From crazy atheists to equally crazy fundamentalists, many have proclaimed the Medieval period as “dark and superstitious.” They are either ignorant or evil (or, maybe both). This lecture, viewed through the lens of Romano Guardini’s thought on unity,… Read More
What makes the Medieval unlike the classical or modern worlds.
Still booking through western civilization–but on schedule, amazingly enough. Here is the first lecture on the Medieval period. Or, perhaps more accurately, why you should never call the Middle Ages, “dark.” Here’s hoping you agree.
I had a great time on BookTV (or, as my kids call it: Reading Rainbow for Adults). This was recorded at Hillsdale College, September 5, 2016. The makeup person even trimmed my insanely academic and mad-scientist like eyebrows…. Read More