D. Bruce Lockerbie

D. Bruce Lockerbie, author of Dismissing God: Modern Writers' Struggle against Religion, is the chairman and CEO of Paideia, Inc., which is a team of consultants that works with public interest institutions. He earned his degrees in English and American studies from New York University. In addition to teaching and administrating for thirty-five years, his professional activities include contributing to encyclopedias. His most recent book is A Christian Paideia (2005).


Volume 37

Guests on Volume 37: Gregory Wolfe, on how "religious humanism" follows the model of the incarnation; Jill P. Baumgaertner, on violence and the grotesque in Flannery O'Connor; D. Bruce Lockerbie, on the struggle of many modern writers against religion; Roger Lundin, on Alfred Kazin's God and the American Writer; Donald McCullough, on the religious rootedness of courtesy; David Nye, on how technologies build cultural momentum in unexpected ways; Kathleen Powers Erickson, on the Spiritual Vision of Vincent Van Gogh; and Michael Marissen, on how J. S. Bach avoided anti-Judaism.