Brian Clayton

Brian Clayton is professor of philosophy at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, where he teaches courses on faith and reason, C. S. Lewis, Walker Percy, and J. R. R. Tolkien. He is also the director of Gonzaga University's Faith and Reason Institute. He is co-author with Douglas Kries of Two Wings: Integrating Faith & Reason (Ignatius Press, 2018).


Volume 146

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Guests on Volume 146: Mark Mitchell, on liberalism’s false metaphysical claims about purpose, human nature, and tradition; Hans Boersma, on the cultural implications of the beatific vision; Henry T. Edmondson, III, on Flannery O’Connor’s understanding of political life; Brian Clayton and Douglas Kries, on the common and faulty assumption that faith and reason cannot be reconciled; Conor Sweeney, on wrestling with the ‘death of God’ with the help of hobbit wisdom, religious experience, and sacramental theology; and Carole Vanderhoof, on the creative, intelligent, and demanding integrity of Dorothy L. Sayers.