History

The Many Dimensions of Christian Nationalism

Christian nationalism is a multifaceted phenomenon, influenced by a variety of factors that are each worth individually examining

C. S. Lewis Was Right on History

Mark Tooley has misunderstood CS Lewis’s philosophy of history, missing that Lewis was, in fact, right on history.

Gateway to Statesmanship: Selections from Xenophon to Churchill

Review of Intercollegiate Studies Institute President John Burtka IV’s new book “Gateway to Statesmanship: Selections from Xenophon to Churchill”

Stop Making History A Weapon 

We must learn not to be contented with nuggets of simplified history that reinforce our existing views

The Russo-Ukrainian War Through History’s Lens

The history of Imperial Russia is more relevant than ever with the invasion of Ukraine

When Turkey Cruelly Press-Ganged Christians and Jews During WWII

Christians and Jews faced terrible persecution in Turkey during WWII

Review of Michael Hesemann’s The Pope and The Holocaust

The historical reputation of Pope Pius XII and his role in the Second World War have been disputed with passionate and often angry conviction since almost the time of his death.

Young Henry Kissinger’s Philosophy of History

With Henry Kissinger celebrating his 100th birthday on May 27th, 2023, a review of his undergrad honors thesis is apt.

The Torch and Tapestry of Generations

How has America’s leadership gotten so old?