Here, Kirk counsels the reader to direct his energies toward cultural renewal. Distilled in these pages are many of the central tenets of Kirk's brand of humane conservatism.
What They're Saying...
"In prose of high seriousness, Kirk portrays an American culture in deep trouble. Nonetheless…he is guardedly hopeful, too."
— The Grand Rapids Press
"All of these sound essays are thoughtful, well-crafted and soundly-based, superbly presented with historical and literary references and the educated wit and wisdom of a man who clearly stands out as an icon of conservative thought."
— Small Press Magazine
"[A]n impassioned call to reinvigorate the realms of humane learning and the larger social order."
"It should be on every conservative's shelf."
— Washington Times
"All in all Redeeming the Time is a superb work: its keen illumination of today's travails by the light of orthodox Christianity powerfully demonstrates the timeliness of the timeless."
— The Social Critic
"Written in prose characteristically lively and graceful, these essays delve into the nature of culture; the precarious balance of order justice, and freedom; the true purpose of education; the dangers of ideology; the importance of beauty and the central role of imagination to life's fullness."
— Virginian Pilot