About Turley Talks
Welcome to Turley Talks
A New Conservative Age is Rising
All over the world, there’s been a massive blowback against the anti-cultural processes of globalization and its secular aristocracy. From Russia to Europe and now in the U.S., citizens are rising up and reasserting their religion, culture, and nation as mechanisms of resistance against the dehumanizing tendencies of secularism and globalism.
And it’s just the beginning.
I believe that the secular world is at its brink, and a new conservative age is rising.
Join me each week as we examine these worldwide trends, discover answers to today’s toughest challenges, and together learn to live in the present in light of even better things to come.
This is Turley Talks.
About Dr. Steve Turley
Steve Turley (PhD, Durham University) is an internationally recognized scholar, speaker, and author who is widely considered one of the most exciting voices in today’s growing patriot movement.
Dr. Steve’s popular YouTube channel has over 1 million subscribers and daily showcases his expertise in the rise of nationalism, populism, and traditionalism throughout the world. His videos, podcasts and writings on civilization, society, culture, education, and the arts are widely renowned and can be accessed here at TurleyTalks.com!
Dr. Turley is the author of over 20 books, including The Return of Christendom: Demography, Politics, and the Coming Christian Majority, The New Nationalism: How the Populist Right is Defeating Globalism and Awakening a New Political Order, and Classical vs. Modern Education: A Vision from C.S. Lewis.
A frequent guest on numerous talk radio shows, Dr. Steve is best known for his optimistic and upbeat analysis of current events in light of conservative trends which never fails to excite and inspire audiences all over the world, including the World Congress of Families in Verona, Italy and the Association of Classical and Christian Schools nationwide. His research and writings have appeared in such journals as Christianity and Literature, Calvin Theological Journal, First Things, Touchstone, and The Chesterton Review.
He and his wife, Akiko, have four children and live in Newark, DE, where they together enjoy fishing, gardening, and watching Duck Dynasty marathons.