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Justin D. LyonsAugust 1, 2023
Donald Trump’s infamous “Two Corinthians” reference has proven exemplary of the relationship of right-populism and religion.
Jeffrey CimminoJune 9, 2023
Nigel Biggar’s new book is a spirited, well-argued defense of British history against its popular progressive detractors.
Mike CotéJune 7, 2023
Review of Hillsdale professor Brad Birzer’s book on Christian humanism
Michael LuccheseJune 6, 2023
How a military works to rebuild itself, and how to find value in service to an ungrateful nation are evergreen lessons of Atkinson’s novel.
Garrett ExnerMay 29, 2023
Porter Halyburton’s extraordinary memoir of his POW experience is a testament to the power of choice and human liberty
Marc LiVeccheMarch 25, 2023
Adm. Alfred Thayer Mahan was one of the greatest naval minds America has ever known. He deserves to be remembered.
Matt GobushMarch 13, 2023
A recently published collection of Jonathan Edwards’ sermons showcases the 18th century theologian’s enduring insights.
Jesse CrutchleyFebruary 3, 2023
Henry Kissinger has done it again with the publication of this outstanding book on leadership.
Mark AmstutzJanuary 26, 2023
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