Columbus and the Crisis of the West

Columbus and the Crisis of the West

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After decades of politically charged controversy, the reputation and standing of Christopher Columbus lies battered beneath mountains of misjudgments and distortions. The surge of historical revisionism now ravaging the legendary explorer insists that his daring adventures brought only tragic consequences: disease, death, subjugation of native peoples, incitement of the African slave trade, destruction of the environment, and other horrors.

But is this a legitimate assessment of Europe's inevitable western expansion?

In Columbus and the Crisis of the West, Dr. Robert Royal carefully examines the mind and motives of Christopher Columbus, distinguishing him as the greatest explorer of his age, whose courage and vision extended Christian Europe and inspired the American spirit.

Book information

ISBN: 9781644134054
Publisher: Sophia Institute Press
Imprint: Sophia Institute Press
Pub date:
DEWEY: 970.015092
Language: English
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 386g
Height: 213mm
Width: 137mm
Spine width: 25mm