Here’s a round-up of recent writings by Bookman editor Gerald Russello elsewhere on the Internet and in print. • At the Imaginative Conservative Russello responds to Claes Ryn’s argument that conservatives have failed the culture. • He reviews Gregory Wolfe’s Beauty Will Save the World in the October edition of Chronicles. • At the National Catholic Register he discusses a recent Colorado religious liberty case denying families access to funds for private education, based on an outdated reading of a bigoted “Blaine”-style amendment. • In The Wilson Quarterly, he reviews Why Trilling Matters.
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We're off and running with a new Chesterton-Kirk lecture series in the Detroit area. The inimitable Dale Ahlquist of the @chestertonsoc headlined tonight's talk, "The Starry Pinnacle of the Commonplace: How to Restore the Normal to an Abnormal World." Sanity prevailed in Detroit.
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