Darrell Falconburg

About Darrell Falconburg

Darrell Falconburg is the Academic Program Officer at the Russell Kirk Center for Cultural Renewal. Prior to joining the Kirk Center, he worked as an administrator and teacher for newly formed classical schools. He is pursuing a PhD in the Humanities with a history emphasis from the great books program at Faulkner University. He received an MA in Philosophy from Mount Angel Abbey and Seminary as well as a BA in History from the College of Idaho.

Dante and the Catholic Intellectual Tradition on Faith and Reason

The topic of the relatedness between reason and faith is important. As people leave the faith in high numbers, one of the reasons given is that faith and reason — more specifically, scientific reason — are viewed as incompatible. The Cath … [Read more...]