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The Two Cities: The Decline of Christendom
Christendom is no more. Europe has left the Catholic faith. But it was a slow apostasy: modernity took centuries to arrive. Study the collapse of Christian society and the roots of our own liberal society in Part II of Dr. Andrew Willard Jones’ course on Church History.
The Two Cities: The Crisis of Modernity
Modernity set in quickly and its effects were world-changing. Join Dr. Andrew Willard Jones in exploring the rise of industrial society, the birth of the ideologies, World Wars, and the major developments in the Church at Vatican II.
Join Nick and Alex Plato as they discuss the basic tenets of New Polity. What is "postliberalism" and why should I care? How did we get here and is there any way to get out? They'll hash out ideas and correct each other as only brothers can.
How Science Became a Religion: Philosophy of Science Before, During, and After Christendom
Professor Logan Gage walks us through the dramatic history of science, exploring its methods and power, and ultimately giving Christians the intellectual firepower to think through its authority in modern life.
The Meaning of Gender: A Catholic Critique of Queer Theory
Marc Barnes tackles gender, sexuality, and marriage. He finds their basis in ancient history, walks through the logic of the LGBTQ+ system, and helps us understand the profundity of the Church's teaching on gender.
The Two Cities: The Rise of Christendom
Andrew Willard Jones argues that all history is salvation history—the story of God's dramatic relationship of creating and redeeming humanity. His first course begins with Adam in the Garden and moves to the slow but thorough conversion of Europe into Christendom.
Videos that make you think
Watch our foundational mini series to get started. Nick and Alex Plato discuss the basics in what we like to call, "Platos' Dialogues". Start with this short clip, then register to watch the rest.Watch More