The Rarity of the God-fearing Man

A Michigan farmer, some years ago, climbed to the roof of his silo, and there he painted, in great red letters that the Deity could see, “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. . . .” Without knowledge of fear, we cannot know order in personality...

A Cautionary Note on the Ghostly Tale

Since most modern men have ceased to recognize their own souls, the spectral tale has been out of fashion, especially in America. As Cardinal Manning said, all differences of opinion are theological at bottom; and this fact has its bearing upon literary tastes....

History and the Moral Imagination

Historical Consciousness: The Remembered Past by John Lukacs Reprinted by Transaction Publishers (Library of Conservative Thought), 1994. Review reprinted from The Sewanee Review, Spring 1969, Volume LXXVII, Number 2. Applying a philosophical intellect to the study of...

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