The University Bookman
Reviewing Books that Build Culture
“In this biography of Evans, Steven F. Hayward has offered not merely Evans’s story but what amounts to a history of the conservative movement through Stan’s eyes.”
“Merrill…reveals a propensity for fiction not only thought-provoking, but also soul-searching.”
“Far from being an obscure intellectual backwater, the story of the nouvelle theologie and its rivals may illuminate the central animating conflict of Christian political theology as such.”
“…it was during the Partisan Review years that Burnham honed the analytical skills and political acumen that eventually made him the West’s greatest intellectual Cold Warrior.”
David Weinberger reviews How and How Not to Be Happy.
Bartholomew de la Torre, O.P. reviews Give Speech a Chance.
Joseph Tuttle reviews War and Peace: A Fulton Sheen Anthology.
Gregory M. Collins reviews Black Liberation Through the Marketplace.
Auguste Meyrat reviews Faith of our Fathers.