Dr. Krcmery’s Christian faith helped him not only endure the communist regime, but also find meaning in thirteen years of torture and imprisonment.
Author: Bino Socrates
Bino Socrates is a John Jay fellow from the Spring 2018 class, with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Santo Tomas. Attending a seminar at the Witherspoon Institute inspired him to learn more from the West about religion in the public sphere, especially as he considers pursuing a career in academia. He aims to contribute towards bridging the gap between the secular outlook of some of his country's intellectual leaders and the deep-seated orientation towards Christian values of the majority of Filipino people.
A little more than seven decades have passed since the publication of The Abolition of Man (1943), and we are fortunate that the world is … Read More ›