PODCAST: “Reason, Faith, and the Struggle for Western Civilization” with Dr. Samuel Gregg

In June 2019, JWI’s Deputy Director Garrett Snedeker and Intern Jake Rinear shared a discussion with Dr. Samuel Gregg, author of the book Reason, Faith, and the Struggle for Western Civilization (Regnery Gateway Editions, 2019). Dr. Gregg is an author and the director of research at the Acton Institute.

Samuel Gregg is Director of Research at the Acton Institute. He writes and speaks regularly on morality and economics. He is the author of many books including, among others, On Ordered Liberty (2003), The Modern Papacy (2009), Wilhelm Röpke’s Political Economy (2010), Becoming Europe (2013), and his prize-winning The Commercial Society (2006). 

Dr. Gregg’s book is available on Amazon here.

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