Articles by Larry Harwood

Larry Harwood

Dr. Larry D. Harwood is a layman in the Anglican Church in North America in Wisconsin. He is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and History at Viterbo University and the author ofMedieval Civilization: Formation, Fruition, Finality and Fall (2016), and two collections of short stories, Sacred in a Secular Age (2020) and Struggle in a Secular Age (2013). Harwood has in preparation an historical novel of religious migration set in contemporary China and America and entitled The Bicyclists. His book Mad About Belief: Religion in the Life and Thought of Bertrand Russell will be published in 2021.

Book Review: “The Gathering Storm: Secularism, Culture, and the Church by Al Mohler”

I remember teaching a university church history course when an astute student remarked that in times of cultural change, history “gallops” in a way noticeably different from its usual snail’s pace. The strident and swift changes brought to American culture recently are noticeable symptoms of aggressive and visible secularism that seeks to undermine traditional orthodox…

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