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Keeping Faith & Breaking Ground Episode 17: The Advent of History & The History of Advent

Great expectations… In this 1997 presentation Gil Bailie provides a guided tour of the history of history. History actually has a history. It was not always the case that humans lived in history. That is what lies behind the idea … Continue reading

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Progress, Religion, and Technology

In a lecture on the work of historian Christopher Dawson given in 1993, Russell Hittinger wrote: “From his first published work, Progress and Religion (1929), to the lectures given during the twilight of his career in America, he was emphatic … Continue reading

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The ideology of immanent progress…

“The fact that the ideology of immanent progress forgets death is a striking example of the superficiality and thoughtlessness with which it treats the most essential, decisive problem. … Carpe diem is the sole conclusion of godless historiosophy.” — Sergius … Continue reading

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