Publications

The Christian Imagination

Symposium: The Tension at the Heart of American Government

Reverse Feminism in Eastern Europe

C.S. Lewis on Power

Mosque in the Shadow of the Church

An Elegy on Leadership

Calvin and Locke?

The Fatal Flaw of American Charity

Why No One Wants to Be an Engineer

Three Things Conservatives Could Learn from Richard Hooker

Every member of the State ought diligently to read and to study the constitution of his country, and teach the rising generation to be free. By knowing their rights, they will sooner perceive when they are violated, and be the better prepared to defend and assert them."
John Jay, Charge to the Grand Jury, Ulster County, New York, NY 1777