Providence’s Marc LiVecche speaks with Joe Chapa, his Air Force pilot, about his new book Is Remote Warfare Moral?
Marc LiVeccheSeptember 2, 2022
Patrick O. Cohrs spoke on May 4, 2022, to discuss his book The New Atlantic Order.
Patrick O. CohrsJune 12, 2022
Mark Tooley speaks with Lauren Turek, author of “To Bring the Good News to All Nations: Evangelical Influence of Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Relations.”
Mark Tooley & Lauren TurekJanuary 14, 2022
In this interview, John Barrett answers several questions based on his book, “Evangelism and Politics: A Christian Perspective on the Church and the State.”
John Barrett & Craig BailieOctober 29, 2021
Reagan was an optimist. He always tended to think that things would turn out well. She was a far shrewder judge of people and the people around him and had a much clearer sense of who had their own agenda.
Mark TooleyOctober 15, 2021
Was James Baker the most important Secretary of State since Henry Kissinger?
Mark TooleyAugust 20, 2021
Mark Tooley speaks with Joel Looper, author of Bonhoeffer’s America: A Land without Reformation, which comes out in August.
Mark Tooley & Joel LooperJuly 15, 2021
Even though some on the right have argued that the United States needs to return to a strong common national identity to survive, Goldman argues in “After Nationalism” that America has normally not had this type of cohesion for most of its history.
Samuel Goldman & Mark MeltonJune 28, 2021
Eric Nelson of Harvard University discusses with Mark Tooley his book The Theology of Liberalism: Political Philosophy and the Justice of God, in which he connects liberalism’s origins to Christian debates over Augustine, Pelagius, and Arminianism.
Mark TooleyMay 28, 2021