Christopher Columbus

By Dr. Warren Carroll
A convert to Christianity, Carroll was educated at Bates College and received a Doctorate of History from Columbia University. After founding Christendom College, he served as the College’s president until 1985 and then as the chairman of its History Department until...

Prince Henry the Navigator of Portugal (1390-1460)

By Dr. Warren Carroll
A convert to Christianity, Carroll was educated at Bates College and received a Doctorate of History from Columbia University. After founding Christendom College, he served as the College’s president until 1985 and then as the chairman of its History Department until...

The Watchwords of Christendom College: Truth Exists, The Incarnation Happened

By Dr. Warren Carroll
A convert to Christianity, Carroll was educated at Bates College and received a Doctorate of History from Columbia University. After founding Christendom College, he served as the College’s president until 1985 and then as the chairman of its History Department until...

Andrew Eiva and the End of the Communist Empire

By Dr. Warren Carroll
A convert to Christianity, Carroll was educated at Bates College and received a Doctorate of History from Columbia University. After founding Christendom College, he served as the College’s president until 1985 and then as the chairman of its History Department until...

The Fall of the Soviet Union

By Dr. Warren Carroll
A convert to Christianity, Carroll was educated at Bates College and received a Doctorate of History from Columbia University. After founding Christendom College, he served as the College’s president until 1985 and then as the chairman of its History Department until...
“Witness”, by Whittaker Chambers

“Witness”, by Whittaker Chambers

By Dr. Warren Carroll
“Why are Chambers and the man he exposed, Alger Hiss, so important? Because at that moment in American history, in the 1950’s, when we first engaged communism in a shooting war in Korea, he revealed that communism was our supreme enemy and showed us why. He was...