Essay

Scruton: An Elegy

January 20, 2020 Dr. Jon Kirwan 2

To those who knew him, Roger Scruton was a philosopher. Philosophy for him had little to do with that modern, tenured, and professorial guild that trades in logicism and dismisses wisdom as mere “folk psychology.” […]

Books

Looking into the Mirror of Islam

January 13, 2020 Dr. Samuel Gregg 15

As anyone who’s visited Europe in the past 30 years knows, Islam is becoming more visible throughout the Old Continent. That presence isn’t as large as some believe. In 2016, the estimated Muslim population of […]

Features

I, Nebuchadnezzar

January 12, 2020 Dr. Douglas Farrow 17

King Nebuchadnezzar made a golden statue whose height was sixty cubits and whose width was six cubits; he set it up on the plain of Dura in the province of Babylon. Then King Nebuchadnezzar sent for […]