Jeremy A. Kee

Jeremy A. Kee

About Jeremy A. Kee

Jeremy A. Kee holds a B.A. in Political Science and an M.A. in Counseling.

What Is Honor?

By |2019-03-26T14:36:41-05:00May 7th, 2018|Categories: Aristotle, Culture, Timeless Essays, Virtue|

To do the honorable thing is to submit the whole of one’s being to the belief that there is underlying all human life and interaction, and indeed all of existence, a universal sense of right and wrong… Today’s offering in our Timeless Essay series affords our readers the opportunity to join Jeremy A. Kee [...]

Romano Guardini’s Diagnosis of the Modern World

By |2018-02-04T23:18:53-05:00November 27th, 2017|Categories: Christianity, Civil Society, Culture, Featured, Modernity, Romano Guardini|

Modern man is an empty, soulless husk, a shadow of humanity. He looks the part, and he goes through all the motions, but he does nothing of his own volition... “Man himself faces this same question of ‘place.’ Where is the place of man? The question seeks answer not merely as to the place man [...]

A Far Green Country: Looking Past Uncertainty Towards Eternity

By |2016-02-12T15:28:04-05:00January 17th, 2015|Categories: C.S. Lewis, Christianity, Heaven, J.R.R. Tolkien|Tags: |

“In your presence there is abundance of joy; at your right hand there are pleasures forevermore.” – Ps. 16.11 Perhaps it is the noticeable lack of concrete information surrounding what Heaven is and will be that so jibes against our modern mechanistic minds, but this is no doubt something that so many Christians find [...]

Suffering and Dying with a Purpose

By |2014-12-21T08:25:44-05:00December 21st, 2014|Categories: Christianity, Death|Tags: |

Recently while walking down Bath House Row in Hot Springs, Arkansas with two friends of mine, both nurses, I found myself involved in a conversation regarding the matter of assisted suicide, personified by the recent case of Ms. Brittany Maynard, who elected to end her own life prematurely so as to avoid the suffering [...]

Who is Our Neighbor in a World Full of Enemies?

By |2014-09-26T14:00:20-05:00September 28th, 2014|Categories: Christianity, Culture, Love|Tags: |

“And who is my neighbor?” So begins Jesus’ parable of the Good Samaritan, which contains one of the great Christian teachings. Though most are familiar with the parable, it bears repetition. Jesus tells of a man who is overtaken by bandits and left for dead on the side of the road. In this near-death state [...]

On Happiness and Cable News

By |2014-06-25T14:32:42-05:00June 20th, 2014|Categories: Happiness, Television, Truth|Tags: |

I often wonder what benefit is derived from the obsession so many of us have with cable news. From my observation, the byproducts of watching and listening to the pundit class drone on are anger, mistrust, and, if we are honest, abject hatred for the opposing opinion. All that is offered on these channels are the superficial [...]

What is Honor?

By |2018-10-16T15:25:58-05:00June 7th, 2014|Categories: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Aristotle, Classics, Culture|Tags: |

I. Introduction There was a time in days gone by when honor was the driving force behind the life of every great, good, and decent man. Every action of his hand, every thought that found its way from the mind to the mouth and past the lips, every motivation for every endeavor worthy of [...]

Remembering the God Man Forgot

By |2019-09-14T21:45:40-05:00April 29th, 2014|Categories: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Christianity|

“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.” i In time in memoriam, this Christian proverb would be found deep in the hearts and readily on the tongues of all, and if not the proverb itself, then certainly the sentiment thereof. In our modern age, however, men have turned away from the wisdom [...]

Learning from Solzhenitsyn

By |2019-09-14T21:49:24-05:00March 2nd, 2014|Categories: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Featured, Truth|

I. “The Farther A Society Drifts…” As the generations progress, man’s relationship with what the ages have known as the truth grows evermore tenuous. It is rejected for reasons as laughable as being considered in our eyes not applicable, as if after the many thousands of years of man walking upright, man is suddenly [...]

The Age of Indifference

By |2019-09-14T21:48:07-05:00February 5th, 2014|Categories: Christianity, Morality, Russell Kirk|

In 1984, Russell Kirk penned an essay of almost prophetic accuracy, which soon thereafter appeared in the pages of Modern Age. This essay, The Age of Sentiments, suggests that the world was in transition between one age, the so-called “Age of Discussion”, and into another, one which Kirk labels “the Age of Sentiments.” As Kirk [...]