Tag Archives: Christopher Dawson

The Spirit of the Age

“It is easy to give way to the dominant tendency to surrender to the spirit of the age and the spirit of the world by shutting our eyes to the errors of public opinion and the evils and injustice of … Continue reading

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Whence hope?

“All through history we find plentiful evidence of the same non-moral and irrational tendency which causes idealists and humanitarians to despair. . . . [However] the Christian ought to be the last person in the world to lose hope in … Continue reading

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The Right Side of History

Those who prattle on about being on the right side of history are the Pied Pipers who are leading us into a post-historical and post-cultural wilderness — as the great historian Christopher Dawson saw so clearly in 1938 (just before … Continue reading

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