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Dr. Carroll Lecture Series

by Dr. Warren Carroll

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A convert to Christianity, Dr. Warren Carroll was educated at Bates College and received a Doctorate of History from Columbia University. After founding Christendom College, he served as the College's president until 1985 and then as the chairman of its History Department until his retirement in 2002. He is the author of numerous historical works including "The Rise and Fall of the Communist Revolution" and his major multi-volume work "The History of Christendom."

Customer Reviews

Truth exists

Just listened to one of his lectures. Wish I had discovered him before his earthly departure. Glad to hear someone still saying there are some absolutes.

Appalling

Just listened to his talk about John Schmitz. This Catholic calls a "hero" another Catholic who had a long extramarital affair, fathered 2 children out of wedlock & then abandoned them. This man was too extreme even for the JOHN BIRCH SOCIETY. Some father he must have been: 1 of his kids was MARY KAY LETOURNEAU. If you want to hear a raging conservative trumpet all the old Cold War lies and make saints and heroes out of some of the most dangerous extremists in 20th-century American politics, then this lunatic-fringe demagogue is your cup of arsenic-laced tea. I had to put 1 star because I couldn't put none.

History light

The Henry the Navigator talk veered off course into a ramble on slavery. Henry also disappears in the middle of the talk and Magellan suddenly appeared. A bit too much drama and light on facts.

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