In 1981, a book was published by a well-regarded, but-until-then-not-terribly-famous philosopher. The book was called [...]
The Prince and the Pauper is a long-ago case of mistaken identity set in Britain’s [...]
Shakespeare (1564-1616) must have sensed these cultural changes deeply enough to predict and highlight the perils of [...]
The following is a list, not of the twelve greatest Christian novels, since I haven’t read [...]
Though written in the late 1940s, Ideas Have Consequences, by Richard M. Weaver, remains more [...]
A common question asked of classical Christian educators is why we should read the pagans. [...]
E. D. Hirsch, a first-rate scholar and the author of Cultural Literacy, masterfully exposes the [...]
That the greatest publishing event in history should turn out to have been a children’s [...]
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