Patriarchy: Fatherhood &
the Restoration of Culture

The 2018 Touchstone Conference—Videos

Duration: 35:56 with Q & A afterwards — Talk delivered on Saturday, October 13, 2018

Is Patriarchy Inevitable? Answers Secular & Religious

—Allan C. Carlson—
Touchstone Senior Editor

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Is Patriarchy Inevitable? Answers Secular & Religious

Allan C. Carlson earned his Ph.D. in Modern European History from Ohio University. He is the President emeritus and founder of the Howard Center for Family, Religion, and Society in Rockford, Illinois, where he continues to serve as editor of The Family in America. He was also a visiting professor of history at Hillsdale College in Michigan. Dr. Carlson has written extensively on issues of family and society. Among his most recent publications are: Godly Seed: American Evangelicals Confront Birth Control 1873-1973 (Transaction Publishers); Conjugal America: On the Public Purpose of Marriage (Transaction Publishers); and Third Ways: How Bulgarian Greens, Swedish Housewives, and Beer-Swilling Englishmen Created Family-Centered Economies—And Why They Disappeared (ISI). Dr. Carlson is also founder of the World Congress of Families.

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