Philip Van der Elst

Philip Vander Elst is a freelance writer and lecturer who has spent nearly 30 years in politics and journalism, and is now a colleague of Richard Cunningham’s at Areopagus Ministries. After obtaining his Philosophy and Politics degree at Oxford University, where he was also an officer of the Oxford Union Debating Society, he worked at the Centre for Policy Studies, the Institute of Economic Affairs, and edited the political journal Freedom Today. He has written widely on political, philosophical, economic and religious subjects for papers on both sides of the Atlantic and has been a visiting lecturer at many American universities and colleges. His publications include: Idealism Without Illusions: A Foreign Policy for Freedom (Freedom Association, 1989), Resisting Leviathan: the Case Against a European State (Claridge Press, 1991); C.S. Lewis: Thinker of Our Time (Claridge Press, 1996); The Principles of British Foreign Policy (Bruges Group, 1997), and Libertarianism, A Christian Critique (Christian Institute, 2003).
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Name Speaker/Author Topic Duration Datesort ascending
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Can We Be Free Without God?
Philip Van der Elst ApologeticsEthical 01:20:34 4 Jun 2004
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C.S. Lewis and Post-Christian Culture
Philip Van der Elst Culture and ArtLiterature 01:26:49 2 Jun 2004