Karl Schmude explores Dawson’s thoughts on the revolutionary nature of religion – particularly Christianity – as contrasted to modern secularism.
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Dr Nora Liassis explores the poetic works of Christians in the fourth and fifth centuries and their interaction with the Roman culture and society.
Anna Krohn presents the heart-centred philosophy of Dietrich von Hildebrand which recognises human dignity, hierarchy of virtues, and a demand of humility.
Archbishop Porteous shows how the revolutionary conception of marriage in Christianity affected the Ancient West, and continues to be good for society.