The Venerable Bede: Following the Medieval Christian Footpath

For if history records good things of good men, the thoughtful hearer is encouraged to imitate what is good: or if it records evil of wicked men, the devout, religious […]

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Ancients of Old

So many times, we are pushed to look at contemporary work because it’s new and innovative. Yet, we forget that there would not be anything we consider modern without the […]

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Drinking from the Well of the Past: A Reflection on the Role of History in Literature & Philosophy for the Modern World

Very deep is the well of the past. Should we not call it bottomless? Bottomless indeed, if — and perhaps only if — the past we mean is the past […]

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Listening to the Past

In his work The Lost World of Genesis One, Old Testament scholar John Walton gets his reader in a proper frame of mind before diving in and exploring Genesis 1 […]

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