Chase Padusniak is a PhD candidate in Princeton University's Department of English, where he specializes in medieval literature. In addition to his academic pursuits, Chase spends time working on creative projects such as films, poetry, and cultivating negativity.
- Chase Padusniak on exhaustion.
- Chase Padusniak on living not by lies.
- Chases Padusniak on Lacan and Peterson.
- Chase Padusniak on the good God of the Old Testament.
- Chase Padusniak on the overlooked elements of Robert Cardinal Sarah's thinking.
- Chase Padusniak takes a realistic look at medieval Lenten and Carnival practices.
- Chase Padusniak, PhD candidate in Princeton's English Department, deepens Rahner’s line on mysticism.
- Chase Padusniak, Princeton English PhD candidate, shows moralism's importance to the medievals and how it might be reasonably applied today.
- Chase Padusniak, Princeton English Department PhD Candidate, explains why the largest schism since the Reformation is escaping serious notice in the West.
- Chase Padusniak, Princeton English Department PhD candidate, reads Ratzinger's Introduction to Christianity as a unique political theology by exploring his sources.
- Chase Padusniak, Princeton University English Department PhD candidate, on the relative importance of speaking to science within the New Evangelization.
- Chase Padusniak, Princeton English Department PhD candidate, takes Byung-Chul Han as guide through the paradoxes of (not) attaining true happiness.