About Brian Miller

Brian K. Miller is currently studying law at George Mason University where he also works as a Research Assistant. He frequently blogs for Intercollegiate Review.

Is Cleanliness Next To Godliness?

By |2016-02-12T15:28:04-06:00December 16th, 2014|Categories: Beauty, Christianity, G.K. Chesterton|Tags: |

“He [the new priest] also kept it differently, scouring away the blood after each slaughter and sprinkling fresh water; it smelled cleaner and less holy.” —C. S. Lewis, Till We Have Faces They say cleanliness is next to godliness. They, as “they” usually are, are wrong. G.K. Chesterton reminds us that saints can afford to [...]

Tremendous Trifles

By |2014-11-02T01:01:22-05:00November 2nd, 2014|Categories: Abortion, Christianity, Marriage, Morality|

My professor once asked me if I thought the landmark decision of Roe v. Wade was logically decided. Being the devout pro-life, traditionalist Christian that I am, I said yes. It was perfectly logical, if of course, we accept the two decisions upon which Roe was built. In Griswold v. Connecticut the court essentially invented [...]

Harmony: An Old Way of Looking at the World

By |2019-11-08T16:03:37-06:00August 16th, 2014|Categories: Architecture, Books, Environmentalism, Nature|

It was the late Stratford Caldecott who first struck up my interest in Harmony: A New Way of Looking at Our World by Charles, the Prince of Wales. Caldecott described the book as the coffee table manifesto of traditionalism. After my own reading, I can only concur with his description. For the traditionalist, this book’s [...]

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