On this episode, Kevin Vallier joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss his recent book “Trust in a Polarized Age.”

On this episode, David Flatto joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss his recent book “The Crown and the Courts: Separation of Powers in the Early Jewish Imagination.”

Carl Rollyson joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss the second volume of his biography of William Faulkner “The Life of William Faulkner: This Alarming Paradox, 1935–1962.”

On this episode, Bradley Watson joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss his recent book “Progressivism: The Strange History of a Radical Idea.”
R. R. Reno joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss his recent publication from Wiseblood Books “Duty, the Soul of Beauty: Henry James on the Beautiful Life.”
Christopher Rufo joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss his recent short film on homelessness in America’s west coast cities and the failure of “housing first” policies.
James Nolan joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss his recent book “Atomic Doctors: Conscience and Complicity at the Dawn of the Nuclear Age.”
On this episode, Eric Adler joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss his most recent book “The Battle of the Classics: How a Nineteenth Century Debate Can Save the Humanities Today.”
Anthropologist Tanya Marie Luhrmann joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss her recent book “How God Becomes Real: Kindling the Presence of Invisible Others.”
Andrew Zwerneman joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss his recent book “History Forgotten and Remembered” and how history is and should be taught in schools today.
Carter Snead joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss the need for an embodied anthropology to undergird public bioethics. His new book is “What It Means to Be Human: The Case for the Body in Public Bioethics.”
Andrew Keen joins the podcast to reflect on the Tech Revolution. He is the author of four books on this topic: “The Cult of the Amateur” (2007), “Digital Vertigo” (2012), “The Internet is Not the Answer” (2015), and “How to Fix the Future” (2018).
Anne Hendershott joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss her recent book “The Politics of Envy.”
​Carl Trueman joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss his recent book “The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self: Cultural Amnesia, Expressive Individualism, and the Road to Sexual Revolution​​.” ​
Gad Saad joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss his recent book “The Parasitic Mind: How Infectious Ideas are Killing Common Sense.”
John Butler joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss his recent book ”God in Gotham: The Miracle of Religion in Modern Manhattan.“
Roger Kimball edited the recent collection of essays “Who Rules?: Sovereignty, Nationalism, and the Fate of Freedom in the Twenty-First Century.” He joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss.
Louis Markos joins the podcast to discuss his book “The Myth Made Fact: Reading Greek and Roman Mythology through Christian Eyes.”
On this episode, Scott Yenor discusses his book “The Recovery of Family Life: Exposing the Limits of Modern Ideologies.”
Jason Bedrick and Jay P. Greene are editors of the recent book “Religious Liberty and Education: A Case Study of Yeshivas vs. New York.” They join First Things contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss.