Hillsdale Dialogues Podcast
Summary: A survey of great books, great men, and great ideas. Larry P. Arnn, president of Hillsdale College, on the Hugh Hewitt Show.
Hillsdale Professor of History Dr. Paul Rahe joins Hugh Hewitt to discuss the "Melian Dialogue."
Dr. Arnn and Hugh discuss the legacy and statesmanship of Margaret Thatcher.
Dr. Arnn and Hugh discuss Pericles' "Funeral Oration."
Dr. Arnn and Hugh Hewitt introduce the causes of the Peloponnesian War with an analysis of the debate between Corcyra and Corinth before the Athenians.
Dr. Arnn and Hugh Hewitt begin their study of Thucydides with an introduction to his "History of the Peloponnesian War" and a discussion of the importance and timelessness of this work.
Dr. Arnn and Hugh Hewitt continue their discussion on Herodotus by examining the differences between the ancient Greeks and Persians.
Dr. Arnn and Hugh Hewitt discuss the current political situation and the role of government in a constitutional system. They conclude their discussion with an introduction to Herodotus.
Hugh and Dr. Arnn discuss the letters of Paul, Peter, James, and John, and conclude with the Book of Revelation.
Hugh and Dr. Arnn provide an introduction to the New Testament and review the Gospels.
Hugh and Dr. Arnn complete their discussion about the Old Testament with a focus on Job, the Psalms, and Isaiah.
Dr. Arnn and Hugh Hewitt discuss Moses and the books of the Pentateuch.
Dr. Arnn and Hugh Hewitt complete their overview of the book of Genesis by discussing the stories of Abraham, Jacob, and Joseph.
Dr. Arnn and Hugh Hewitt give an introduction to studying the Bible and begin their discussion on the book of Genesis.
Hillsdale Dialogues Preview The Illiad
Hillsdale College President Dr. Larry Arnn, Hugh Hewitt, and Hillsdale College Provost and Professor of English Dr. David Whalen explain the enduring moral lessons to be learned from Homer’s epic poem The Odyssey.