TFP Recommends Books

The Coming Ice Age

One thing modern science has shown the world is just how unscientific it can be. At times, pseudo-scientists skew data to promote a liberal agenda and rail about the evils of man and his harmful effect on the earth.A good … Continue reading

Celebrating Our Military Tradition

Military musicians have always been an integral part of the American armed forces. However, for the first 100 years, military bands bore little resemblance to the marching ensembles of today. When the British began to colonize the New World, their … Continue reading

Building the Spirit of Adventure

The sound of conversation begins to fade. The canoeists first hear the approaching rapids like the sound of a buzzing bee. That buzzing is soon transformed into the roar of a lion. First, on the surface of the water, small … Continue reading

New Insight and Perspective into Fatima

Innumerable volumes have been written about the miraculous apparition of Our Lady to three shepherd children in Fatima. Each one adds its own flavor and gives new insight into this most important event. Such is the case with a new … Continue reading

The Real Saint Francis

When one thinks of Saint Francis of Assisi, often what comes to mind are images of a soft and weak man immersed in a pacified landscape, full of birds and bunny rabbits who are awestruck at every word that falls … Continue reading

Lessons To Be Learned

Left to Tell is the personal story of Immaculée Ilibagiza and her harrowing survival of the Rwandan Genocide of 1994. While many other books have dealt with the subject, this volume stands out, because in addition to the riveting account … Continue reading

Bringing Christ’s Passion to Life

Rationalism and empiricism have greatly influenced the modern world. Unless something can be touched or seen, it is deemed useless or even nonexistent. Because of this, man’s capacity for meditation and the practice of religion is greatly hampered. Thus, when … Continue reading

Flattening the Flat Error

Sometimes conventional “knowledge” is fraught with error. A powerful example of this is the false notion that medieval man believed in a flat earth. Defenders of this “flat error” suggest that Columbus’ great voyage to the New World did more … Continue reading

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