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October 12, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Across the nation, schoolchildren are being taught that Christopher Columbus was a genocidal maniac. Monuments to the explorer are being quietly removed from the public square—if they haven’t already been destroyed by radical activists. But as Robert Royal, author of Columbus and the Crisis of the West, pointedly asks, “If the arrival of our civilization and religion on these shores, whatever later evils ensued, cannot be calmly discussed, let alone defended, what are we now as a people?”
Join us for just such a civil forum, as we assemble renowned public intellectuals to give us the true and complex story of “a daring explorer, consummate navigator, and a man on a mission not only of discovery but of evangelization.”