Andrew A. Tadie

Andrew Tadie is an associate professor of English and the director of the Faith and Great Ideas program at Seattle University. He is the co-editor of an anthology about Lewis, Chesterton, Dorothy L. Sayers, T. S. Eliot, and Evelyn Waugh, called Permanent Things: Toward the Recovery of a More Human Scale at the End of the Twentieth Century.


Volume 20

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Guests on Volume 20: Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, on the benefits of single-sex education, and the confusion of "elite" feminism; Robert D. Richardson, Jr., on why the work of Ralph Waldo Emerson continues to attract certain religious seekers; Roger Lundin, on Emerson's assertion of alternatives to Christianity, and how they have seeped under the American cultural skin; Wilfred McClay, on individualism and collectivism in American society; Andrew A. Tadie, on learning to love and learn from G. K. Chesterton; Robert Jenson, on why the life of the mind matters to the Church, and how it should take shape in the world; Ted Prescott, on why artists have been attracted to abstraction, and what viewers should look for in abstract art; and Ted Libbey, on Haydn's The Creation.