The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, passed 75 years ago today, issued a bold challenge to the Soviet Union and all tyrannies. That challenge stands.
On Sept. 15, 1939, two weeks after Nazi Germany invaded Poland, triggering World War II, J.R.R. Tolkien wrote to his publisher to explain why he didn’t expect to make much progress on his new story about hobbits.
Ninety years ago, one of the greatest minds in history defended the Western heritage and explained how Jews contributed to it.
At New College, students are again learning to value and perpetuate the Western tradition.
Even conservatives and Christians are failing to appreciate the importance of cultural transmission.
Carl Henry’s message to the Evangelicals of his day is one they should heed in ours, else they will cease to be relevant.
The life and teachings of Jesus were his lodestar.
Mussolini understood something about the human need to worship.
Whatever the ultimate fate of Trumpism, America’s Mussolini moment is far from over.
Dirck Coornhert’s 1582 Synod on the Freedom of Conscience speaks to our polarized age.