Joseph Bottum

Dr. Joseph Bottum is a widely published essayist and poet, and religious scholar living in the Black Hills of South Dakota. His work has appeared in the Atlantic Monthly, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and many other newspapers, magazines, and journals, while his books include The Pius War and his latest poetry collection, The Second Spring.

The former literary editor of the Weekly Standard and former editor in chief of First Things, Dr. Bottum holds a Ph.D. in philosophy from Boston College. He has been a monthly columnist for Crisis magazine, hosted for three years the nationally syndicated radio show "Book Talk," and done commentary for television networks from EWTN to the BBC, including NBC's "Meet the Press" and the PBS evening news.

Writings by Joseph Bottum  (View Biography)

Title Date
Tebow Time2011/12/16
Christians in the Middle East2011/11/17
The Destruction of Mexico2011/10/19
Christian Provocations2011/09/28
The Delicate Flower of Chinese Feelings2011/09/14

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