First published in 2006, Illumine is a publication of the Bryan Institute for Critical Thought and Practice. Each issue provides thoughtful commentary on current issues and events.  

An archive beginning with the September/October 2008 issue is provided below:
  • Summer 2012

    "Materialist Metaphysics and the Moral Impulse," by J. Daryl Charles, Ph.D.
  • Winter 2012

    "The Intellect and Evolution" by Stephen M. Barr
  • Summer 2011

    "Awakening from Nihilism: The Templeton Prize Address" by Michael Novak, M.A.
  • Nov/Dec 2010

    "Flight from Nature: The Progressive Turn in American Politics and Law" by Bradley C.S. Watson, Ph.D.
  • Sept/Oct 2010

    "Designed for Sex: What We Lose When We Forget What Sex Is For" by J. Budziszewski, Ph.D.
  • Jul/Aug 2010

    "Prejudice, Pride, and Sectarian Schools" by Benjamin McArthur, Ph.D.
  • May/Jun 2010

    "A Requiem for Friendship" by Anthony Esolen, Ph.D.
  • Mar/Apr 2010

    "Education and the Mind Redeemed" by John F. Crosby, Ph.D.
  • Nov/Dec 2009

    "Small but Significant: Counter-Cultural Thoughts from the Wisdom Perspective" by J. Daryl Charles, Ph.D.
  • Sep/Oct 2009

    "The Evangelical Social Conscience" by Michael Gerson
  • Mar/Apr 2009

    "The Theology of American Exceptionalism" by Raymond J. Haberski, Jr., Ph.D.
  • May/Jun 2009

    "Columbus, Geronimo, and Native American History: A Worldview Perspective" by Jack Traylor, Ph.D.
  • Nov/Dec 2008

    "The Role of Great Books in Undergraduate Education" by Michael M. Jordan, Ph.D.
  • Sep/Oct 2008

    "A Weighty Hope" by Paul Gutacker