Eric Kaufmann’s book on immigration and identity is both provocative and absorbing.
Catholic Ireland has collapsed before, most noticeably during the Reformation, when all possessions and privileges were lost. But in the end, the gates of Hell did not prevail against us.
There has been no finer work on how Church and State related to one another in an independent Ireland than Professor Whyte’s fascinating account.
‘Christianity in Ireland’ is a collection of insightful essays about the fascinating history of Christianity in a nation which now pours scorn over its heritage.
Sam Harris is a terrific public intellectual, but his criticism of American Christianity is one-sided.
‘The Strange Death of Europe’ was one of the most important books in recent times, written by one of the bravest men in recent times.
Rod Dreher’s book, ‘The Benedict Option,’ was one of the most important books on religion written in recent years. Here is why.
The Algerian War scarred both Algeria and France forever. The echoes of the conflict still reverberate through French life, as seen in this election campaign.
Charles de Gaulle was one of the greatest statesmen in history, and in writing ‘A Certain Idea of France,’ Julian Jackson has given us a truly great biography.