Matthew Raphael Johnson is a scholar of Russian Orthodox history and philosophy. He completed his doctorate at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln in 1999. He is a former professor of both history and political science at the University of Nebraska (as a graduate student), Penn State University and Mount St. Mary’s University. Since 1999, he was the editor (and is presently Senior Researcher) at The Barnes Review, a well-known renegade journal of European history.
Dr. Johnson is the author of eight books. Six are from Hromada Books, “Sobornosti: Essays on the Old Faith;” “Heavenly Serbia and the Medieval Idea;” “Orthodoxy, Autocracy, Nationality: Lectures on Medieval Russia;” “The Ancient Orthodox Tradition in Russian Literature: “The Foreign Policy of Mass Society: The Failure of Western Engagement in the Middle East;” and “Officially Approved Dissent: Alasdair MacIntyre’s Strategic Ambiguity in His Critique of Modernity.” And two published by The Barnes Review, “The Third Rome: Holy Russia, Tsarism and Orthodoxy;” and “Russian Populist: The Political Thought of Vladimir Putin.”
Adam Davis is an English writer from Nottingham who has a multitude of many different interests that range from futurism, transhumanism and the abolition of suffering, to the preservation and restoration of European high culture as well as psychedelia, mysticism, music and sexology. He is a passionate collector of knowledge and wisdom that has been hidden and suppressed, and he enjoys lively discussions and debates with himself as well as other people. He is a committed contrarian who loves to experiment with balancing (or not) two opposing ideas, and sometimes three when there is a synthesis also. Adam also tasks himself with shining lights onto under-reported issues and crises such as White refugees, post-surgical regret in the Trans community (people desperate to undergo de-transition), the suffering of the unborn, missing children and the shutting down of the pornography industry.
One of the last sons of Perseus.
Zachariah is a Spartan of Doric descent, educated in Canada as a bioethicist.
His pursuit of transcendence has led him to tireless training, strict fasting, voracious reading, and regular pilgrimages back to the birthplace of his ancestors in the shadows of the Taygetus mountains.