Professor of philosophy John Kaag discovered an abandoned library in New Hampshire full of rare first edition books of the great works of Western philosophy, many of which were owned by quintessentially American thinkers like Ralph Waldo Emerson and William James.
Via Art of Manliness (49:28)
An introduction and overview of mass communication.
The Jewish revolt against Rome failed, but Josephus’s account became a pillar of the Israeli national story – and a touchstone for Christians.
By Barry Strauss @ The Wall Street Journal
Religion and Early Politics
By John Fea
This article originally appeared in Pennsylvania Heritage Magazine
Volume XXXVII, Number 4 – Fall 2011
New film on Mark Twain highlights his religious doubts
By Kimberly Winston @ Religion News Services via The Salt Lake Tribune
Ancient Conceptions of Happiness
Luke Timothy Johnson is the Robert W. Woodruff Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins at Chandler School of Theology.