Heloise and Abelard by Etienne Gilson

One of the most famous romantic tragedies of the Middle Ages was also a historical event–the relationship of Heloise and Abelard. Abelard was a philosopher and theologian teaching in Paris during the early 1100s. He had a towering intellect with an ego to match. His career was highly successful and occasionally controversial. He was hired [Read More...]

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Book Review: Big Bad Ironclad! by Nathan Hale

Big Bad Ironclad! by Nathan Hale American patriot and colonial spy Nathan Hale continues regaling his executioners with tales from future history (because he got sucked into a book or something in the first volume–just go with it). Here he gives the story of the first armored naval vessels in the 1860s. The two most famous [Read More...]

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Review: When the Church Was Young

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Sarah Reinhard reviews When the Church Was Young by Marcellino D’Ambrosio. [Read more...]

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