Lireing The Fragility Of Order Catholic Reflections On Turbulent Times Par George Weigel Pccare247.us Every Page In This Book Shines With Moral Clarity, Literary Pyrotechnics, And The Illumination Of History.The Fragility Of Orderproves Once That George Weigel Is Our Virgil Through The Darkwoods Of Modernity Mary Eberstadt, Senior Research Fellow, Faith And Reason Institute Author, Adam And Eve After The PillThe Essays In This Volume, Written Independently Over Two Decades, Have A Wonderful Unity Rooted In Weigel S Penetrating Intellect And Global Vision His Thoughts On Benedict XVI S 2006 Regensburg Lecture A Lecture Savagely Misrepresented By Critics At The Time, But Brilliant In Retrospect Are Worth The Price Of The Entire Book But They Re Just One Part Of A Lucid, Compelling, And Highly Recommended Read Most Rev Charles Chaput, O.F.M Cap.,Archbishop Of PhiladelphiaFor Over Thirty Turbulent Years, George Weigel Has Been A Steady Voice Of Reason, Providing His Readers With Theologically Informed Perspectives On Politics And Events.The Fragility Of Order Is A Sober Yet Cautiously Hopeful Collection Of Essays On International Relations, The Travails Of The Republic,and The State Of The Church In A World Where Freedom, Reason, And Truth Are Under Assault Mary Ann Glendon, Learned Hand Professor Of Law, Harvard UniversityGeorge Weigel, One Of The World S Foremost Authorities On The Catholic Church, Possesses A Unique Combination Of Deep Theological Understanding, Political Sophistication, And Perceptive Historical Analysis That Makes His Insights About Our Turbulent Times So Illuminating This Book Ultimately Reminds Us That Good Ideas, Rooted In Tradition, Lead To Good Ends And Bad Ones To Ruinous Outcomes Raymond Arroyo, EWTN Lead Anchor New York Times Best Selling Author, The Will Wilder SeriesThe Fragility Of Order Can Be Read As A Kind Of History, Moving On Two Levels Weigel Begins With The First World War And Then Brings Us Through The False Dawn Of The End Of History On Up To Our Perilous Present Day At The Same Time, We Watch The Unfolding Of Weigel Himself Not Just As A Historian But Also As A Social Critic And, Most Importantly, A Theologian Only A Writer And Thinker As Gifted As Weigel Could Pull This Off He Is The Great Clarifier For Our Muddled Times Andrew Ferguson,National Correspondent, Weekly Standard Author, Crazy UandLand Of LincolnWeigel S Superb Essays On The Difficulty Of Keeping Order Are A Very Welcome Occasion For Us To Review Where We Have Been, Where We Are Now, And Where We Are Likely To Be If The Order Is Not Corrected James V Schall, S.J., Emeritus Professor Of Political Philosophy, Georgetown University Author, The Order Of ThingsGeorge Weigel Is A Leading American Catholic Intellectual, And His Thoughtfulness And Erudition Are On Colorful Display InThe Fragility Of Order This Insightful Collection Of Essays Touches On Key Issues Related To Culture, History, Foreign Policy And Religion Anyone Interested In History, Current Events, And The Role Of The Church In The Modern World Will Be Enriched By Reading This Book Timothy Michael Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop Of New YorkGeorge Weigel Is Distinguished Senior Fellow Of Washington S Ethics And Public Policy Center, Where He Holds The William E Simon Chair In Catholic Studies He Is The New York Times Bestselling Author Of Two Dozen Books, Including The Two Volumes Of His Internationally Acclaimed Biography Of Saint John Paul II, Witness To Hope And The End And The Beginning.
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- The Fragility of Order: Catholic Reflections on Turbulent Times
- George Weigel
- 11 March 2019 George Weigel