Part Two of our conversation with Joe Loconte, Professor of History at The Kings College.
Joseph LoconteMarch 20, 2019
In Safe Passage, Kori Schake details how transitions in geopolitical power lead to violence, except when the United States slowly and peacefully took over the hegemonic role Great Britain played.
Wilson ShirleyJanuary 30, 2019
Tonight people will gather for Burns Night to remember one of Scotland’s national heroes. But should this man’s flaws cause us to rethink his place in national mythmaking and nationalism in general?
Mark MeltonJanuary 25, 2019
Regardless of the risks, every free nation in the world should be climbing over one another to be the first to offer Asia Bibi sanctuary.
Marc LiVeccheNovember 15, 2018
A century ago, the Great War ended. Remembrance Day is an opportunity to recall those who fought, the fallen, and the costs and sometimes necessity of war.
Marc LiVeccheNovember 11, 2018
Perpetually grouchy British conservative commentator Peter Hitchens, Christian brother to the late atheist (and more optimistic) journalist Christopher Hitchens, in…
Mark TooleyFebruary 23, 2018
The new film Darkest Hour about Churchill’s tense first days as premier movingly portrays how the fortitude of the common…
Mark TooleyDecember 24, 2017
Government serves God provisionally, not indefinitely. Xi Jinping Thought will have a short shelf life compared to the Word that endures forever.
Mark TooleyNovember 7, 2017
This essay, written by Lynn Harold Hough for Christianity and Crisis on October 19, 1942, praises the quiet strength and steely courage of the British people throughout World War Two.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineOctober 13, 2017
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