A Hobbit, a Wardrobe, and a Great War: How J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis Rediscovered Faith, Friendship, and Heroism in the Cataclysm of 1914-1918 (Thomas Nelson, 2015)
The untold story of how the First World War shaped the lives, faith, and writings of J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis The First World War laid waste to a continent and permanently altered the political and religious landscape of the West. For a generation of men and women, it brought the end […]
God, Lock, & Liberty: The Struggle for Religious Freedom in the West (Lexington Books, 2014)
In “God, Locke, and Liberty: The Struggle for Religious Freedom in the West,” historian Joseph Loconte offers a groundbreaking study of Locke’s Letter, challenging the notion that decisive arguments for freedom of conscience appeared only after the onset of the secular Enlightenment.
The Searchers: A Quest for Faith in the Valley of Doubt (Thomas Nelson, 2012)
“The Searchers” is a tale of two friends, a stranger, and a search for truth in a world gone mad with doubt. Historian Joseph Loconte unlocks the meaning of their exchange, set in the chaotic days following the execution of Jesus of Nazareth. Sooner or later, we will find ourselves among the searchers.
The End of Illusions: Religious Leaders Confront Hitler’s Gathering Storm (Rowman & Littlefield, 2004)
In “The End of Illusions: Religious Leaders Confront Hitler’s Gathering Storm,” Joseph Loconte brings together pieces from the most significant religious thinkers of the pre-war period. In these essays, the writers eloquently and passionately present their arguments for going to war or maintaining the peace, issues vibrantly relevant today.
Seducing the Samaritan: How Government Contracts Are Reshaping Social Services (Pioneer Institute, 1997)
An examination of how government funding to private social service providers often has deletrious effects.