About the Author

Reid Turner attended Bethel University and Bethel Theological Seminary in St. Paul, MN and pursued additional graduate studies at the University of Chicago. He founded and managed an investment advisory firm in San Francisco for twenty years. It was while a student in Chicago that he converted to Catholicism and was received into the Church.

While this blog is primarily intended as a companion to the book, and to share observations on the present era as it relates to St. Hildegard’s visions, posts on a variety of subjects will be included as well. Other subjects of interest include saints, prophecy, scripture study, apologetics, as well as economics and current events.

The Five Beasts of Saint Hildegard is his first book and will soon be followed by Liberating Marriage in an Age of Heresy: St. Hildegard of Bingen and Reform in the 12th Century.

5 thoughts on “About the Author

  1. thank you for this helpful essay.

    have you looked at detrich von hildenbrand (the wwii era philosopher)? his wonderful view on the dignity of the person and particularly as it relates here his work on human love would seem to be of interest. his wonderful wife alice, a stellar philosopher in her own right (who can be found on youtube) help us here.


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