George Roche (1935–2006) was a renowned scholar and college leader. He had a PhD in history and worked as seminar director at the Foundation for Economic Education before serving as the president of Hillsdale College from 1971–1999. As the youngest college president in the country, he successfully raised the college to national prominence and changed the face of Hillsdale. He is the author of numerous books, including A World Without Heroes.
An elegant essay in the tradition of Chesterton, Lewis, Merton, and Muggeridge, George Roche’s A World without Heroes rebukes secular humanism as the most dehumanizing force of our modern age. This ringing defense of Christianity—humorous, ins... SEE MORE